Join PEAK Grantmaking and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) for a three-part learning and professional development series where we’ll explore career pathways in philanthropy, equity as an essential competency for emerging leaders, and tools for effective self-advocacy and pay equity in your career journey. The first session, A Leader Salon on Career Journeys in Philanthropy, is scheduled for August 2, and the second session, Reimagine Leadership: Racial Equity as a Leadership Competency, is scheduled for August 19.
In the final session of our learning series for emerging practitioners, we will focus on compensation equity. According to the 2018 Nonprofit Compensation Report, GuideStar found that white women in the nonprofit workforce made just 77 percent of the total earnings made by white men. This gap is even more pronounced for women of color. For example, Black or African American women made 61 percent of white men’s total earnings and Hispanic women made 53 percent of total earnings in 2017.
These inequalities have real consequences for nonprofit and public sector professionals, but you can make a difference for yourself and others! Join Kaitlin Ostlie, Tashie Sloley, and Indya Hartley as they demonstrate how you can leverage publicly available tools and information like salary and jobs survey reports and form 990s to address wage and title discrepancies and advocate for change.
Thrivent Charitable Impact & Investing
Carnegie Corporation of New York
The ELMA Philanthropies Services
Open and complimentary to PEAK and EPIP members