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Community Voices Celebrate PEAK


Community Voices Celebrate PEAK

Hear from PEAK champions Candy Champion, Ashley Dietz, Margaret Egan, Tiauna George, Allison Gister, Deb Debbaut, Jina Freiberg, Jonathan Goldberg, and Adam Sanders about why they love PEAK and what excites them most about being a part of our community.

Jina Freiberg, Public Welfare Foundation: Happy anniversary to us!

Tiauna George, The Energy Foundation: I can’t believe we’re both turning 25. Wow!

Jonathan Goldberg, Surdna Foundation: Happy anniversary to all my friends and colleagues at PEAK. 25 years, well done!

Margaret Egan, Egan Consulting: I don’t think there’s anybody who doesn’t agree with me that PEAK rocks.

Deb Debbaut, Iowa West Foundation: I think it’s the people that make PEAK Grantmaking so special. Happy anniversary, and here’s to 25 more!

Candy Champion, Turner Foundation: Congratulations and happy anniversary, PEAK Grantmaking. What an amazing accomplishment!

Ashley Dietz, Florida Philanthropic Network: Happy 25th anniversary to PEAK Grantmaking! I am so grateful for all of the wonderful work that you have done. Keep dreaming big and keep being a great organization.

Adam Sanders, Mother Cabrini Health Foundation: Here’s to 25 more years. Thanks for introducing me to some wonderful colleagues and friends and mentors along my journey in grants management.

Jina Freiberg: My favorite part of PEAK is the members. All of you, who are always so gracious with your time and resources. I think that’s really empowering.

Candy Champion: I am looking forward to growing our PEAK family and increasing our knowledge of all things philanthropy over the next 25 years to come.

Allison Gister, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation: Probably not surprising to hear this but the people are what make PEAK special for me, and it’s PEAK that has brought us together.

Tiauna George: In the next 25 years, I’d like to see PEAK become the premier organization for all things grants management, grant practice, grant systems, and technology.

Margaret Egan: A quarter century. Hot diggity!