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PEAK2022 Online

PEAK2022 Online

From March 21–25, 2022, more than 1,200 members of the PEAK community came together for a virtual conference centering on what it looks like to “live your PEAK.” Across the week, we imagined how grantmaking can truly embody what PEAK stands for: Principles, Equity, Advocacy, and Knowledge, taking inspiration from thought-provoking keynotes, interactive peer dialogues, skill-building breakouts, and community gatherings, leaving empowered to lead change in their organizations and the sector at large.

Program Highlights

Three keynotes featured dynamic speakers in conversations on operationalizing equity, advocating for psychological safety, and emergent learning in the philanthropic sector.

A series of breakouts took deeper dives into practice areas through panel and workshop sessions, roundtables, and short talks. These programs highlighted key topics such as trust-based philanthropy, launching a values-based grants management system, grantmaking as a 501(c)(4), centering people with disabilities in your practices, and the burden of indirect cost limits on grantees.

Each of PEAK’s chapters and peer groups convened, providing opportunities to join with regional communities, caucuses, affinity groups, or communities of practice.

Through daily social and networking events, colleagues connected at our opening reception, newcomers’ orientation, speed networking sessions, social hour, and volunteer reception, and join in a virtual field trip to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

Plus, we had NOLA Time! Throughout the week, a nine-episode series of short, inspiring films from New Orleans nonprofits and filmmakers highlighted the area’s history and culture through music, dance, film, and spoken-word performances.


Thank you to the PEAK2022 Online Conference Committee for your leadership!

Chindaly Chounlamountry Griffith
, Cochair
Principal Consultant
Streamlife Consulting LLC

Amy Hall, Cochair
Senior Charitable Giving Associate
Georgia Power Company

Richerd Winton, Cochair
Grants Management Associate
The Kresge Foundation

Bernadette Gladish
Program Associate
Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation

Kathleen Badejo
Grantmaking Specialist
Quad Cities Community Foundation

Danette Peters

Leena Jones
Grants Associate
Open Philanthropy

Patrick Barnes
Program and Information Coordinator
Dyson Foundation

Alexandria Featherstone-Gomez
Grants Associate
Kenneth Rainin Foundation

Daniel Oviedo
Grants Associate
Stupski Foundation

Katy Furtado
Director of Grants & Operations
The Wege Foundation

Jennifer Katell
Grants Manager
The SCAN Foundation

Hannah Murray
The Humane League Grant Specialist
Open Wing Alliance

La Keisha Leek
Department Administrator, Grants Management
MacArthur Foundation

Stephanie Richards
Administrative Assistant
Morgan Family Foundation

Megan Maldonado
Program Manager, Rebuild Texas Fund
OneStar Foundation

Gene Yoon
Office Coordinator
Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority

NOLA Subcommittee

Adelaide Downham
Greater New Orleans Foundation

Jessica Allen
Women’s Foundation of the South

Ladye Anne Wofford

Special thanks to Marva Lewis McKnight of Marva Lewis McKnight Consulting for her steadfast and excellent support of PEAK Grantmaking and our annual conference each year!


Vu's and Amoretta's headshots are side by side. Vu holds a unicorn, while Amoretta smiles.
Monday, March 21 | 12:00–1:15 p.m. ET

Connecting on Equity: An honest conversation on what’s standing in the way of progress

As we aim to uplift and operationalize equity in the philanthropic sector, we find hesitation and slow movement toward progress. Our opening keynote brings together two dynamic leaders, Vu Le and Amoretta Morris, for a candid exchange that explores that reticence and challenges us to push forward with bold and unrestrained resolve to be more equitable in our grantmaking practices.

Sponsored by Fluxx

Vu Le is a writer, speaker, vegan, Pisces, and the former executive director of Rooted in Vibrant Communities, a nonprofit in Seattle that promotes social justice by developing leaders of color, strengthening organizations led by communities of color, and fostering collaboration between diverse communities. He plies his irreverent sense of humor and direct approach to the world of nonprofit work on his blog NonprofitAF.

Amoretta Morris is the president of Borealis Philanthropy. She came to Borealis from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, where she served as director of National Community Strategies. Throughout her career, Amoretta has devoted herself to social change. She brings a range of critical perspectives and experiences to philanthropy—as an organizer, grantee, board member, staff member, and donor. Amoretta has more than a decade of experience shaping policies and programs to improve the lives of youth and families. She has moved between the nonprofit and government sectors, either organizing for social change from the outside or reforming institutions from the inside.

Aiko and Megan are pictured side by side in their headshots.
Wednesday, March 23 | 12:00–1:15 p.m. ET

Advocating for Psychological Safety and Wellness in the Philanthropic Sector

Building trust and psychological safety are key components to creating a more equitable philanthropic sector. In order for those dynamics to thrive, it is essential to build strong relationships between staff, boards, grantee partners, and other key stakeholders. Join us for a critical conversation with Aiko Bethea and Megan Reitz to learn more about what psychological safety is and the foundational role it plays in fostering trust, wellness, and relationship-building. Together, they will explain how you can build stronger teams and organizations and lead from your seat to advocate for safety, trust, and wellness.

The founder of RARE Coaching & Consulting, Aiko Bethea is an executive coach to leaders and teams of Fortune 100 companies and global nonprofit organizations, guiding them to remove barriers to inclusion. Her career is deeply rooted in the government, philanthropic, nonprofit, and private sectors, and she has served in numerous leadership roles including the director of compliance for the city of Atlanta, deputy director of a compliance department at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the head of diversity and inclusion for Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. She has been recognized by Forbes as one of the top seven anti-racism educators for companies and by CultureAmp as a DEI influencer to follow.

Megan Reitz is a facilitator, teacher, speaker, executive coach, researcher and author dedicated to exploring and finding ways to improve the way we interact with one another in the workplace. Working at the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue, and mindfulness, she has presented her research to audiences throughout the world and is ranked as one of the top 50 management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50 and is on the 2021 HR Most Influential list of thinkers. Her most recent research with John Higgins examines how perceptions of power enable and silence others is the subject of their new book, Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard.

The four panelists' headshots are featured side by side.
Friday, March 25 | 3:15–4:30 p.m. ET

Continuing the Conversation: The changing face of philanthropy

Four women of color CEOs continue the discussion that started at PEAK2021 on the changing face of philanthropy. PEAK’s Satonya Fair will lead a conversation with Susan Taylor Batten, Carmen Rojas, and Sherece West-Scantlebury to discuss their own emergent learning journeys over the past year, share experiences that have equipped them for the challenges now facing the sector, and connect on how their thinking has evolved regarding ways to narrow power gaps and deepen partnerships with their staff, collaborators, and communities.

Sponsored by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust

PEAK President and CEO Satonya Fair, JD works closely with the board and staff to articulate and implement a vision for the future of PEAK, ensuring a values-driven approach in which equity, diversity, inclusion, and an awareness of power dynamics is central to the craft of philanthropy. Fair brings more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Prior to PEAK, she was vice president and chief philanthropy officer at The Executive Leadership Council where she developed and launched a philanthropic engagement strategy for the organization. Fair was director of grants management at the Annie E. Casey Foundation and served in management roles at Citi. Advocating for practices and policies that support children, their families, and communities is a mainstay to Fair’s professional career and volunteerism. She earned her JD at The University of Cincinnati.

Susan Taylor Batten is president and chief executive officer of ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities. Since joining ABFE in 2009, Batten has led the organization’s philanthropic advising and programming on responsive philanthropy in Black communities for foundation leaders, donors, and aligned partners. Batten came to ABFE after more than 25 years of leadership experience in both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining ABFE, Batten served as senior associate with the Annie E. Casey Foundation. In the public sector, Batten worked as a senior analyst for the US Department of Agriculture and in the Government of the District of Columbia as an analyst on initiatives supporting children, youth, and families.

Dr. Carmen Rojas is the president and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation. Prior to joining Marguerite Casey Foundation, she was the cofounder and CEO of The Workers Lab, an innovation lab that invests in entrepreneurs, community organizers, and government leaders to create replicable, revenue-generating solutions that improve conditions for low-wage workers. In addition, Rojas was the acting director of collective impact at Living Cities. In this role, she supported 22 of the largest foundations and financial institutions in the world in order to improve economic opportunities for low-income people, supporting projects in the fields of economic and workforce development, energy efficiency, and asset building. Rojas earned her Ph.D. in city and regional planning from the University of California, Berkeley.

Sherece West-Scantlebury, Ph.D. is the CEO of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation. From her early beginnings as a housing advocate in New York City to leading programs at some of the most prestigious foundations in the southeastern United States, Sherece West-Scantlebury has been relentless in her quest to increase prosperity for families striving to move out of poverty. Before the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, she was the founding CEO of the Foundation for Louisiana, and prior to that role, she was with the Annie E. Casey Foundation. West-Scantlebury earned her Ph.D. in public policy at the University of Maryland.


Make your plans to attend daily breakout sessions, roundtables, and short talks to take deep dives into key topics that will build and reinforce your grantmaking knowledge and skills.

Monday, March 21

1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Sponsored by Foundant Technologies

Case Studies of Nimbly Shifting to Centering DEI and Trust-based Philanthropy
Susan Benford, Philanos
Mary Broach, Impact100 Philadelphia
Stephanie Cook, The San Diego Women’s Foundation
Linda Eggbeer, Anne Arundel Women Giving Together
Christina Canales Gorczynski, Impact Austin

Driving DEI Through Grantmaking Practices: How do these really rank?
Jen Bokoff, Disability Rights Fund
Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, Latino Community Foundation
Susan Hairston, Susan Hairston Consulting Group
Ursula D. Stewart,
Roland Kennedy, Jr., Carnegie Corporation of New York

Be the Change: Grants and data management as change management
Janet Camarena, Candid
Laia Grino, Candid

Power-building, Trust, and Cocreation: The role of a community action team in equitable grantmaking
Vanessa Briggs, The Alliance for Health Equity
Chinwe Onyekere, HealthSpark Foundation

3:00–4:15 p.m. ET

Wraparound: Supporting nonprofits across multiple programs
Yvonne M. De La Rosa, Ph.D, Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin
Graciela Sanchez, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center
Stephanie LaFroscia, San Antonio Area Foundation
Ben Tremillo, San Antonio Cultural Arts
Danielle Campbell Steans, San Antonio Youth Ballet

You Won’t Know Until You Try: Lessons in embracing and testing new ideas
Victoria Flint, Mat-Su Health Foundation
Roberto Cremonini, GivingData
Jane Robinson Ward, Meyer Foundation

Designing and Launching a Values-Based Grants Management System
Brooke Treadwell, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Laura Kimura, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Tuesday, March 22

12:00–1:15 p.m. ET

Sponsored by SmartSimple

Advancing Social Justice and Equity Through Fiscal Sponsorship
Cate Chang, Adler & Colvin
Stephanie Petit, Adler & Colvin
Lem White, Possibility Labs

Building Grants Management Systems With a Trust-Based Lens
Shaady Salehi, Trust-Based Philanthropy Project
Elaine Mui, General Service Foundation

Bring the Wow Factor to Your Dockets and Dashboards in Excel
Kristen Summers, Saint Luke’s Foundation

Leveraging Intermediaries To Drive Racial Equity: Lessons learned for grantmakers
Victoria Matthew, VentureWell
KD Maynard, VentureWell

1:30–1:50 p.m. ET

Enacting Your Values Through Your Grants Management System
Meredith Li Morgan, Foundant Technologies
Elsie Thomson, Foundant Technologies

1:50–2:10 p.m. ET

Funders Against Burnout Jobs
Jamila Jabulani, Class Action
Betsy Leondar-Wright, Class Action

Tying Financial Practices to Values: Risk, accountability, and trust
Kimberly McClain, Global Fund for Children
Annemarieke Murthi, Purposeful
Muhammad Shahzad, Chanan Development Association

2:10–2:30 p.m. ET

Powering Up Productivity: Stay sane while working remotely, in transition, or on site
Lee Kuntz, Innovation Process Design

Lean Grantmaking: Half the heartache, twice the impact
Sam Caplan, Submittable

3:00–4:15 p.m. ET

A Growth Mindset: Creating principles for philanthropy to advance learning
Claire Chang, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
Paul Masiarchin, Minnesota Council on Foundations
Josh Vang, Minnesota Council on Foundations

Welcome to Our Ted (Lasso) Talk!
Ricshawn Adkins Roane, Weissberg Foundation
Marissa Lifshen Steinberger, One Eleven Leadership

Demographic Data Collection: Five years later
Kelly Brown, Viewpoint Consulting

Wednesday, March 23

1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Sponsored by Walton Family Foundation

Humility, Humanity, and Healing: Acknowledging inequitable grantmaking practices and building trust
Carolyn Desrosiers, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region
Jenny Krikava, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region
Sheng Lee Yang, Us 2 Behavioral Health

What is Our Responsibility to Unsuccessful Applicants?
Roberto Bacalski, American Nurses Foundation
Hannah Bryant, American Nurses Foundation
Michelle Greanias, American Nurses Foundation

Pooled Funds, Donor Collaboratives, Collective Action Funds: Navigating compliance in donor partnerships
Shirley McLaughlin, Adler & Colvin
Jennifer Shipp, Heising-Simons Foundation

3:00–4:00 p.m. ET

Collaborative Learning: What do we want to learn about impact and evaluation?
Jennifer Katell, The SCAN Foundation
Rachel Kimber, The Arcus Foundation
Ravit Dotan, University of Pittsburgh

Listening and Messaging Matters During a Crisis
Jennie McLaurin, National Association of Community Health Centers
Wanda Montalvo, National Association of Community Health Centers
Ursula D. Stewart,

Strengthening Grassroots Organizations Through Trust-Based Capacity Building
Sheryll Durrant, Just Food
Michelle Fries, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Michelle Kauhane, Hawaii Community Foundation
Daryle W. Unseld, Jr., Boys & Girls Club of Kentuckiana
Sevetri Wilson, Resilia

Sharing Stories of Power and Participation in Practice
Akilah Massey, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
Mareeha Niaz, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Grantmaking as a 501(c)(4): The why, the how, and the what
Melanie Matthews, Senior Advisor and Consultant, Brassington Consulting
Hannah Kahn, Arnold Ventures

Thursday, March 24

12:00–1:15 p.m. ET

Helping Grantmakers Integrate Listening as a Core Part of Their Work
Jonathan Brack, Fund for Shared Insight
Megan Campbell, Feedback Labs
Lori Grange, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Collin Mullis, Jessie Ball duPont Fund

Introduction to Data Visualization and Accessibility
Richelle Pittella, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

What Funders Can Learn From Advocacy Organizations: Leveraging the power of strategic communications
Dietlind Lerner, Dietlind Lerner Mission-Driven Strategic Communications
Quardean Lewis-Allen, Youth Design Center
Vett Petty, Achieve Atlanta
Ursula D. Stewart,

ТАК Ukraine! Open Space Dialogue
Satonya Fair, PEAK Grantmaking

1:30–1:50 p.m. ET

Shifting to More Inclusive Approaches to Grantmaking
Zenia Dacio-Mesina, WES Mariam Assefa Fund
Monica Munn, World Education Services

Has Adding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts Truly Allowed for BIPOC Women to Have a Space in Philanthropy?
Fallon Peterson, The Nord Family Foundation
Latina Kimbrough, The Nord Family Foundation

1:50–2:10 p.m. ET

Will Foundations’ Crisis Responses Create Lasting Change?
Naomi Orensten, Center for Effective Philanthropy

Using Participatory Grantmaking to Increase Equity in Grantmaking: A case study of the Share Fund
Lauren Janus, Phila Engaged Giving

3:00–4:15 p.m. ET

“True Cost” Is an Equity Issue: The disproportionate burden of indirect cost limits on grantees of color
Kurt Miller, Annie E. Casey Foundation
John Summers, BDO FMA
Katie Tetrault, Annie E. Casey Foundation

Overlooked, Underserved, and Missing: How to mainstream LGBTQ+ funding and increase equitable giving
Carla Batts, Allegany Franciscan Ministries
David Bender, Pinellas Community Foundation
Rene Cantu, Equality Florida

Expanding the Philanthropic Landscape to Support Native Americans
Carly Bad Heart Bull, Native Ways Federation
Eileen Briggs, Bush Foundation
Catherine Bryan, First Nations Development Institute
Daniel Lemm, Blandin Foundation
Erik Stegman, Native Americans in Philanthropy

Friday, March 25

12:30–1:45 p.m. ET

Sponsored by Submittable

Centering Disability to Drive Equity
Nikki Brown-Booker, Borealis Philanthropy
Gail Fuller, Disability & Philanthropy Forum
Emily Ladau, Disability & Philanthropy Forum
Risa Jaz Rifkind, Disability Lead

Managing Risk for Equitable Grantmaking
A. Nicole Campbell, Build Up Companies

Pathways for Equitable, Efficient, and Sustained Access to Nonprofit Infrastructure for Communities
Carman Gaines, Local Color
Teresita Maz, The Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation
Thaddeus Squire, Social Impact Commons

Understanding Grantee Financial Health in Today’s Context
Jennifer Pedroni, BDO FMA
Hilda Polanco, BDO FMA

2:00–3:00 p.m. ET

Becoming an Effective Change Manager
Lisa M. Nespeca, ChangeVantage Consulting

Daring and Caring: Peer stories of self-advocacy and support
Elyse Gordon, EPIP

Engaging Diverse Voices and Perspectives Within Mission-Specific Organizations
Jon Marker, Jim Joseph Foundation
Heidy Zohar Ramirez, Jim Joseph Foundation

Insights Into Your World: What Candid is learning about the demographic makeup of the sector’s nonprofits
Cathleen Clerkin, Candid
C. Davis Parchment, Candid

Chapter Meetings

All 14 of our chapter communities are coming together at conference! Join regional colleagues to connect and learn.

Looking for your chapter? Find it here.

PEAK Delaware Valley | Spring Refresh
Thursday, March 24 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Join your PEAK Delaware Valley colleagues for an informal networking session. We’ll spend time getting to know new members and reconnecting with familiar faces. We’ll also spend time sharing opportunities for volunteering and discussing plans for our chapter in 2022 and how you can influence future meetings. We hope to see you there!

PEAK Florida | Grantmakers Seek Advice for Troubled Times
Thursday, March 24 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Come together with fellow PEAK Florida members to network and discuss the roles of grantmaking professionals in ever-evolving organizations and times. We’ll discuss the differing responsibilities among grantmaking roles, and how to deal with issues that inevitably arise. This engaging advice-column-like session will allow participants to listen, share, and learn from other colleagues.

PEAK Greater Washington, DC | Ceding Decision-Making Power to Communities through Participatory Grantmaking
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

What does it look like to cede decision-making power about funding decisions to the communities that a foundation aims to serve? Ria Pugeda and Kendra Allen from if, A Foundation for Radical Possibility will share how they implement participatory grantmaking in which Black people and people of the global majority who live at the sharpest intersection of race-, class-, and gender-identity-based systems of oppression decide on the grants. In addition to this presentation, PEAK chapter leaders will give an update on the state of the chapter and allow time for networking.

Ria Pugeda, if, A Foundation for Radical Possibility
Kendra Allen, if, A Foundation for Radical Possibility

PEAK Mideast | Restore and Release
Thursday, March 24 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Wind down from the conference and let the knowledge sink in as we relax and restore ourselves as a chapter. Our time together will begin and end with a brief, off-camera, chair yoga session. Bring a pillow for some breathing exercises. But this is no time to nap because you’ll then have a chance to get to know your fellow grantmaking professionals while playing virtual, high-stakes games. This networking session is sure to be a good break from hard work, so we hope to see you there!

PEAK Midwest | Exploring Three Different Approaches to Philanthropy
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

This session will begin with guest speaker, Kathi Badertscher, director of graduate programs at the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy. She will give an overview of various approaches to philanthropic giving, including trust-based philanthropy, data and evaluation, and innovation and systems. Badertscher will share her perspective of how grantmaking philanthropy has changed, and yet not changed that much, since the early twentieth-century. We will then break into small, facilitated networking groups by topic.

Kathi Badertscher, Ph.D, Indiana University, Lilly School of Philanthropy

PEAK Minnesota | Networking and Games
Wednesday, March 23 | 5:00–6:15 p.m. ET

Join PEAK Minnesota for a chance to chat with peers and unwind with some games at the end of the day. We’ll spend the first part of the session in one-to-one and small group networking and discussion breakouts. Then, we’ll spend the second half playing some virtual games. Show us your competitive side—there will be prizes!

PEAK New England | Chapter Meeting
Thursday, March 24 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Join us for a conversation about the first two conference keynotes and how they relate to your work. What resonated with you? Will you recommend changes to your grant practice or policies as a result of what you learned? For the second half of the meeting, we’ll be in breakout rooms. Network with peers using the same grants management system. Learn more about where the chapter is headed by joining the steering committee and learn about opportunities for volunteering, how you can influence meeting topics, or find a mentor if you are new to the field.

PEAK Northeast | Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Join fellow PEAK Northeast members for an engaging informational and networking session. Hear steering committee updates, programming plans for 2022, preliminary results from the member survey, and participate in a brainstorming exercise to help shape the future of our chapter and how it can best serve you. The meeting will conclude with an opportunity to connect with fellow members in themed breakout sessions on a range of work- and non-work-related topics led by chapter volunteers.

PEAK Northern California | Ch-ch-ch-changes
Wednesday, March 23 | 5:00–6:15 p.m. ET

Has your foundation been impacted by the Great Resignation? Have your grantmaking operations changed in the last two years due to significant gains or losses in your endowment? Wondering how other PEAKies are planning for their post-pandemic grantmaking? Join your fellow PEAK Northern California members for a future-focused roundtable discussion!

PEAK Pacific Northwest | Building Connections and Networking in the Pacific Northwest
Wednesday, March 23 | 5:00–6:15 p.m. ET

Join your fellow members of PEAK Pacific Northwest members to network, socialize, and compare notes on philanthropy. Whether you are new to philanthropy or are a seasoned pro, join us to create new connections and reconnect with old friends. We will engage in discussions on grantmaking within our region and compare notes on our roles and activities. We especially encourage members who have not been able to join a coffee hour in a while to join us and challenge everyone to build their network.

PEAK Rocky Mountain | Virtual Game Break
Wednesday, March 23 | 5:00–6:15 p.m. ET

This chapter meeting will take place during the PEAK2022 virtual conference, which will be packed with incredible speakers, presenters, and content. Since we won’t be together for PEAK’s annual conference in person, join us for a virtual game break to keep us connected as if we were catching up in hotel hallways between breakout sessions and over dinner. Competitive spirit optional.

PEAK Southeast | Rethink Reporting
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Many foundations have changed reporting practices in response to the pandemic and calls for more equitable grantmaking. In this session facilitated by Ryan Rodriguez of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, learn how reporting has changed across our sector based on research and insights from the Center for Effective Philanthropy. In addition, you’ll hear from two funders working on the ground to change reporting for the better and how it has impacted their work and grantees.

Erin Baird, Allegany Franciscan Ministries
Brittney Gaspari, Winston-Salem Foundation
Guenevere Abernathy, NC Employee Ownership Center
Naomi Orensten, Center for Effective Philanthropy

Ryan Rodriguez, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

PEAK Southern California | Grants and Data Management as Change Management
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

PEAK SoCal is delighted to partner with Janet Camarena, senior director of candid learning, C. Davis Parchment, Director of partnerships, and Laia Griñó, director of data discovery, from Candid, for an abridged version of their Monday session Grants and Data Management as Change Management. Afterward, we will have a Q&A session and an interactive discussion about changes you’ve implemented at your own organization. Bring case studies from your own organization to discuss!

Janet Camarena, Candid
Laia Griñó, Candid
C. Davis Parchment, Candid

PEAK Southwest | Networking
Wednesday, March 23 | 5:00–6:15 p.m. ET

Join your PEAK Southwest colleagues for our informal networking session. We’ll spend time getting to know new members and reconnecting with familiar faces. We’ll also take some time to plan and share our desires for our chapter in 2022. We hope to see you there!

Peer Group Meetings

Join your peers! All 10 of our peer groups are meeting up at conference. All members are welcome to join our identity-based Caucuses and Affinity Groups which are focused on networking and peer learning. Exclusive to Organization and Consultant Members, communities of practice are focused on organization-based peer learning and resource sharing and development.



Accountability & Action for Allies Caucus Meeting
Thursday, March 24 | 3:00–4:15 p.m. ET
Do you care about diversity and inclusion, but find yourself questioning how you can best personally and professionally support individuals and communities of color? Do you consider yourself an ally who would benefit from a judgment-free space where you can engage with your colleagues in open, honest, and sometimes uncomfortable discussions about allyship? If so, please join the Accountability & Action for Allies Caucus for this session where we will get to know one another, share ideas, engage in discussions, and continue to develop goals and expectations for our group.

Kelsey Andersen, Citi Foundation
Deb Vaughn, Oregon Community Foundation

Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus Meeting
Thursday, March 24 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Please join the Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus to connect with current and new members. We will also take some time to discuss a calendar of events for the upcoming year, with ideas to collaborate within the PEAK community.

Black Caucus | Reach Out, Stay in Touch, and Deepen Your Connections
Tuesday, March 22 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Join the Black Caucus as we welcome new faces, reconnect with peers, and discuss what’s on our minds. We’ll review our inaugural year as a new community and share ideas to cultivate authentic relationships and peer learning opportunities in 2022. The goal of the caucus is to connect Black professionals in philanthropy to create a thriving network.

Latinx Caucus | Latinos in Philanthropy: Adelante y arriba
Thursday, March 24 | 3:00–4:15 p.m. ET

Latinos in philanthropy are often underrepresented and encounter many obstacles throughout their career trajectories. The Latinx Caucus is committed to building a support system for our familia as we navigate the world of philanthropy. Join our conference session to hear from one of our respected and seasoned colleagues, Episcopal Health Foundation Chief of Staff Eusebio Díaz as he shares insight into the changing landscape in philanthropy for Latinos through his own experiences, successes, and challenges.

Eusebio Díaz, Episcopal Health Foundation


Corporate Grantmakers Roundtable Roulette
Tuesday, March 22 | 10:30–11:45 a.m. ET

Grab a cup of coffee and your favorite snack and join the Corporate Grantmakers Affinity Group for a roundtable discussion. We’ll have an open conversation to share challenges, successes, and best practices that are unique to corporate grantmaking:

  • Business-aligned charitable giving versus non-business-aligned charitable giving
  • Integrating trust-based philanthropy in corporate grantmaking
  • Working with employee resource groups to maximize impact

Have a topic in mind? Share your burning questions and hot topics in our pre-meeting survey. Come ready to chat, learn, and get to know your peers!

Jill Ames, Alcon Foundation

Intermediaries Affinity Group Meeting
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:30–5:00 p.m. ET
Do you work for a funding intermediary? Do you wish you could talk with peers about our unique position in the sector and all the little things nobody else seems to understand? Come to our Intermediaries affinity group meeting! This meeting will offer space for you to connect with peers on a range of themes unique to us. We’re aiming to build a community and that starts with you!

Jen Bokoff, Disability Rights Fund
Melissa Vassell, Borealis Philanthropy

Small Foundations Affinity Group: One Year Later
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:30–5:00 p.m. ET

This will be a time for all Small Foundation Affinity Group members to come together and offer feedback on programming from the past year, assist in charting a course for the new year, celebrate successes, share challenges and obtain real-time support while developing new and strengthening existing relationships. This will be a unique, judgment free space to look back, look forward and build a community of colleagues to support your growth and development in a small foundation.

Diane Grossman, Sheltering Arms Foundation
Traci Johnson, The Pittsburgh Foundation


DEI Learning and Support Community | A Conversation With Kelly Brown
Tuesday, March 22 | 4:30–5:15 p.m. ET

Demographic data collection has been a major topic of interest for the DEI Learning and Support Community of Practice. We started the conversation in 2021, and are excited to invite members of our Community of Practice to join us at PEAK2022 Online for a special session with Viewpoint Consulting’s Kelly Brown following her breakout session, Demographic Data Collection: Five years later. Here, she will share her expertise on how data practices can advance equity. She’ll also share her thoughts on how we can help activate our respective organizations to get on board! Members of the DEI Learning and Support Community are strongly encouraged to attend Brown’s breakout prior to this meeting.

Kelly Brown, Viewpoint Consulting

Equitable Grantmaking Practices Community Meeting | A Case Study on Infusing DEI into Programmatic Design
Thursday, March 24 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

This session will present a case study of a national fellowship program at the Heising-Simons Foundation. Part of the discussion will focus on how a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lens was used to overhaul traditional practices and infuse DEI in the application and review process that resulted in a more diverse pool of applicants and class of fellows. We will also explore priorities for our second year as a community of practice.

Camellia Pham, Heising-Simons Foundation

Tech and Data Futurists Community Meeting
Thursday, March 24 | 1:30–2:45 p.m. ET

Oral and Alternative Reporting Working Group: Emergent directions
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:30–5:00 p.m. ET

This will be an informal discussion among founding and newer members to explore the future direction for the working group, to uplift emergent leaders, and share insights and lived experiences with launching alternate reporting practices. We will also discuss the survey results from our last session’s evaluation in addition to brainstorming ideas for speakers and case studies for our next meeting.

Rachel Kimber, Arcus Foundation

Social Events

Throughout the week, we’re hosting a slate of social and networking events where you can meet and reconnect with colleagues, relax and unwind, and enjoy some fun and games!

Newcomers Orientation and Reception
Monday, March 21 | 4:30–5:15 p.m. ET

Are you new to PEAK Grantmaking? Is this your first time at our annual conference? Join us to learn about PEAK, connect with other members, and hear advice on how to navigate and maximize your PEAK2022 Online experience.

Sponsored by WizeHive

Opening Community Reception
Monday, March 21 | 5:30–6:30 p.m. ET

Join your philanthropy peers to elevate and celebrate your power to lead and improve your organization’s practices and re-energize for the year ahead. Bring your favorite beverage and snacks, test your NOLA knowledge, and enjoy our virtual photo booth. There will be prizes for trivia and raffle winners!

Sponsored by May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust and GivingData

Speed Networking
Tuesday, March 22 | 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

Bring your virtual business cards! You’ll meet a new colleague every few minutes in a speed networking exercise that gives you a chance to learn more about your peers and share your professional story.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights Virtual Tour
Wednesday, March 23 | 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ET

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, which opened in 2014, is a museum and human rights organization in Atlanta that inspires people to tap their own power to change the world around them. The Center’s iconic exhibitions feature the papers and artifacts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; the history of the US civil rights movement; and stories that speak to the current struggles for human rights around the world. This curator-led virtual tour will include a walkthrough of the museum and discussion on how we can each make a difference with our ethical footprint. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot in the conference platform.

Sponsored by Exponent Partners 

Social Hour
Wednesday, March 23 | 4:00–5:00 p.m. ET

Use this time to informally connect with colleagues to discuss topics that are most important to you—whether it be finding time for a grants management system user group, connecting with others in a similar role, or catching up with old friends.

Volunteer Reception
Thursday, March 24 | 4:30–5:30 p.m. ET

We love our volunteers! All past and present PEAK Grantmaking volunteers are invited to celebrate together at this NOLA-themed happy hour. Bring your favorite beverages and snacks, connect with your peers, meet new colleagues, and get ready for a fun NOLA scavenger hunt. Stay for the prizes!

Sponsored by Arnold Ventures and Resilia

Virtual Photo booth, NOLA style!

Get your virtual confetti and trumpet ready! We are excited to bring the photo booth experience to your computer or phone this year as part of our virtual conference. Just click on the link, take or upload a picture of yourself—and then the fun begins! Pick a background, overlay, and sticker to add a touch of flair that shows your love for PEAK or transports you to the city of New Orleans. We’ll share attendees’ photos throughout the week on our photo booth page and social media wall.


Welcome to NOLA Time! This nine-episode series explores the history and culture of New Orleans through documentaries and music, spoken word, and dance performances, each providing an illuminating, moving, and provocative experience.

Thank you to NOLA nonprofits Ashé Cultural Arts Center, Junebug Productions, Dancing Grounds, and filmmakers Jason Berry and Lily Keber for partnering with us.

Thank you to our NOLA Time sponsors, Kim Foster Consulting, Tactiv Software, and ZoomGrants.

NOLA Time: Episode 1
The Dancing Grounds Teen Company dance film Ya Heard Meh? Youth Stories in a Global Pandemic explores the oscillating emotions of young people navigating pandemic restrictions alongside the heavy social and political climate.

NOLA Time: Episode 2
Enjoy these performances from the Bywater neighborhood’s Twelth Night celebration, which featured sets by legendary musicians John Boutté, Leyla McCalla, and Charmaine Neville.

NOLA Time: Episode 3
Experience 47 seconds of sheer dancing joy, see how the bartender at the historic Sazerac Bar mixes its namesake cocktail, learn how a Spotify playlist resulted in a first-of-its kind concert that brought iconic New Orleans musicians together, and enjoy a demonstration of how to make the iconic New Orleans king cake.

NOLA Time: Episode 4
A documentary about the history of New Orleans jazz funerals and second line parades take center stage in City of a Million Dreams. “Come Home” is a powerful short film and spoken-word performance by Frederick “Wood” Delahoussaye. Closing it out: Mac Rebennack—better known as Dr. John—on organ.

NOLA Time: Episode 5
Take a studio tour with Brandon “Bmike” Odums, a New Orleans social-justice artist who “puts paint where it ain’t.” Nicholas Payton performs “Sounds Like a Memory,” honoring the tradition of what he terms “postmodern New Orleans music.” Poet Sunni Patterson takes us on a journey of return in a reading of “Gomela.”

NOLA Time: Episode 6
Homecoming Project is a community-based storytelling performance series from Junebug Productions that connects culture and progressive social change through engagement with communities that have been historically oppressed and exploited. This scene from Water Virtual Redux tells the story of one person’s harrowing escape to freedom.

NOLA Time: Episode 7
Enjoy this set that closed out the Bywater neighborhood’s Twelfth Night celebration, featuring legendary NOLA musicians Wendell Brunious, Wes “Warm Daddy” Anderson, and Cory Henry.

NOLA Time: Episode 8
The annual Maafa Commemoration in Congo Square. Traditional dance and drumming opens Ashé Cultural Arts Center’s Art of the Black Experience event. Spirit & Sparrow perform “Beyond the Binary” at Ashé’s National Day of Racial Healing concert.

NOLA Time: Episode 9
Poet Sunni Patterson performs “Black Back,” a testament to the audacious persistence of Black life and Black love. An exhibit of artwork at Ashé Cultural Center attests to the land, people, and cultures at risk from climate change. Afro-Caribbean music closes the National Day of Racial Healing Concert.

Sponsors and Exhibitors

PEAK Grantmaking would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the member and vendor partners who are generously sponsoring PEAK2022 Online and supporting PEAK’s mission to transform philanthropy by operationalizing equity-centered, values-driven grantmaking practices. Your support is vital to the success of the conference and PEAK’s sustainability. Thank you

For details on becoming a sponsor, please review our PEAK2022 Online Sponsor & Exhibitor Guide. To secure your spot, please complete our Commitment Form. We seek commitments by February 1, 2022 to ensure that your organization receives maximum exposure, though we will continue to offer available sponsorship opportunities until secured by a partner. We hope to hear from you soon! Please contact Clare Larson with questions at

Exhibitor Meet and Greets

We encourage you to set time aside during the conference to learn how our vendor partners can support your work! Build on existing relationships and forge new partnerships with our exhibitors, who offer the services, products, and technologies to enhance your grantmaking. Schedule one-on-one meetings, access resources, view demos, and more. The Exhibitors area will be live throughout the conference. Each exhibitor will also be hosting their own session to share more about their work.

akoyaGO | Software for Foundations
Thursday, March 24 | 3:00–3:20 p.m. ET
Designed to streamline your day-to-day operations through automation, akoyaGo’s cloud-based platform provides access anytime and anywhere and delivers a fully integrated, end-to-end software solution. Join us for a few moments as we share some of our latest features and functionalities.

Blackbaud | Meet Blackbaud!
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:00–3:20 p.m. ET

Join the grantmaking solutions team from Blackbaud for an overview of our two grant management systems—Blackbaud Grantmaking for foundations and other nonprofit grantmaking organizations, and our GrantsConnect solution from YourCause by Blackbaud for corporate foundations and giving programs. We’ll provide a show and tell of both solutions, with a brief Q&A period after each presentation. We look forward to seeing you!

Candid | Learn How Candid Can Improve Sector Knowledge and Efficiency
Thursday, March 24 | 3:40–4:00 p.m. ET

Join us for an informative meet and greet with Candid staff designed to help orient you to the latest tools that provide access to information to help you do good. Bring questions about our product and search tools and learn more about our new Data 1x campaign. The Data1x campaign empowers nonprofits to share vital information about their work one time (1x) on their Candid profile where it can be deployed as needed to funders, researchers, and other stakeholders across the field. Together, we can make real progress to reduce unnecessary burdens on nonprofits while leveling the field to be more equitable, effective, and efficient for all.

Catchafire | Technology Accelerates Change, Especially When It Facilitates People Connecting with People
Thursday, March 24 | 12:40–1:00 p.m. ET

How do you deploy empowering grantee resources to the right place at the right time? Come find out at Catchafire and learn how we utilize human-centered technology and a deep talent pool of volunteers to bring equity, collaboration, data-measured impact, and funder-grantee trust to nonprofit communities in real time. Our 11 years of experience woven into an advice session during PEAK costs you nothing. Lay your strategy challenges on us, and we can explore how Catchafire’s network and modern approach to capacity building can make a difference for your foundation and your grantees.

CyberGrants | Streamline and Simplify Your Grantmaking Process with CyberGrants
Thursday, March 24 | 12:20–12:40 p.m. ET

During this session, CyberGrants Solutions Architect Eric Cajolet will delve into the company’s seamless grants management solution and introduce one of our latest offerings, CyberGrants Insights. Join us to explore how this deep analytics solution lets you organize, optimize, adapt, and enable giving programs faster than ever before with a hands-on approach to understanding and exploring your data.

Fluxx | Powering the Grantmaking Community
Tuesday, March 22 | 4:20–4:40 p.m. ET

Meet Fluxx CEO Kristy Gannon and Cofounder and Chief Development Officer Kerrin Mitchell to discover how the Fluxx platform helps funders grow their grantmaking and impact in our global communities.

Foundant Technologies | Discover How to Create and Maintain Resilient Processes With Foundant GLM
Tuesday, March 22 | 2:10–2:30 p.m. ET

Your grants management belongs in one system, configured to fit your unique needs and be flexible when those needs change. Foundant’s Grant Lifecycle Manager (GLM) does just that. From application to outcome, your grant process can live in one system, accessible to all, and evolve as you evolve.

In this session, you’ll learn

  • how GLM is configurable to fit your unique workflows;
  • what a workflow in GLM looks like; and
  • the ease of use for all stakeholders to access the system and respond to requests.

GivingData | Transform Your Grantmaking With GivingData
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:50–2:10 p.m. ET

GivingData gives foundations the tools and flexibility needed to support their grantmaking operations and quickly adapt to changing needs and conditions. In this presentation, you‘ll discover how GivingData’s functionalities support budgeting, planning, and relationship tracking to help funders streamline and remain agile in meeting the urgent needs of the communities they serve.

Grantbook | Meet Team Grantbook!
Tuesday, March 22 | 4:00–4:20 p.m. ET

Join Grantbook CEO Nikki Barrett and Director of Foresight and Innovation James Law for an overview of Grantbook’s work helping grantmaking organizations plan, select, implement, and optimize their philanthropy tech. Barrett will chat about where we started just over 10 years ago, our mission as a social purpose organization, and our vision for our contributions to the sector. Law will provide mini case studies of some exciting recent projects, highlighting trends we see, innovations on the horizon, and the incredible work of our client partners. Bring your questions and your curiosity. We can’t wait to see you there!

ImpactMapper | Tracking the Impact of Foundations’ Grantmaking With ImpactMapper
Thursday, March 24 | 1:30–1:50 p.m. ET

This session provides foundations with concrete strategies for increasing the use of their grantee report, site visit, and storytelling data for grantmaking and monitoring, evaluation, and learning purposes. Diverse examples of how Malala Fund, Fund for Global Human Rights, and UNDP have used the ImpactMapper software tool and our consulting and training services will be highlighted.

ImagineCRM | Learn How To Engage Your Grantees With ImagineCRM
Tuesday, March 22 | 1:30–1:50 p.m. ET

Attendees will learn how ImagineCRM creates innovative technology solutions for nonprofits, foundations, and other social sector organizations that encourage growth, increase efficiency, and emphasize transparency while reducing administrative costs.

JustFund | At the Intersection of Tech and Philanthropy
Thursday, March 24 | 3:20–3:40 p.m. ET

Explore an equity-centered grantmaking platform making it easy for grantseekers via a common application and easy for grantmakers to find and fund new organizations. JustFund was founded with a new approach to philanthropic grantmaking in mind, one that is trust-based, values-aligned, and that can fuel the movement for social and racial equity. We believe there is a lot of good that philanthropy can do if we use our power wisely and equitably. JustFund provides funders with the ability to streamline their grantmaking process via a common application, and makes the ability to both seek and distribute funding simple and easy. We are disrupting old models of giving and building new ones rooted in equity. JustFund is a community of values-aligned funders who care about reimagining what philanthropy is and what it can be. To date, JustFund has moved over $115 million from funders to organizers, collectively supporting more than 600 funders and more than 6,000 organizations.

Learn how you can join this community of values-aligned funders, which range from national foundations to collaborative funds to family foundations. Power your grantmaking with an equitable solution, connect with and learn what other grantmakers are funding, or grow your grantee network through a constantly evolving database of more than 6,000 historically excluded and chronically underfunded organizations.

Resilia | Trust-Based Capacity Building for BIPOC-led and BIPOC-serving Organizations
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:20–3:40 p.m. ET

Every nonprofit is unique and so are their capacity needs. Yet, they find it difficult to access capacity-building solutions that meet them where they are. Learn how funders partner with Resilia to enable trust-based capacity-building programs for grantees, prioritizing those doing grassroots work and serving marginalized communities. Through a combination of technology, human capital, and power building, the program enables funders to be responsive to the needs of changemakers on the front lines of socioeconomic movements.

SmartSimple | Data Protection and the Right to Erasure Request Tracker
Thursday, March 24 | 1:50–2:10 p.m. ET

With recent developments around data protection, including the California Consumer Privacy Act, the Massachusetts Data Protection Act, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation, it’s more important than ever to ensure that constituent data is protected and that their rights are respected. The SmartSimple Cloud platform offers a number of different features to help you manage this, including configurable data policies and a dedicated module to handle requests regarding the anonymization of personally identifiable information.

Sputnik Moment | We Make Salesforce Take Off For You
Tuesday, March 22 | 3:40–4:00 p.m. ET

Come meet the Sputnik Moment team, ask your questions about Salesforce, and discuss your project stories.

Submittable | The Applicant POV on How Submittable Reduces Burden
Thursday, March 24 | 12:00–12:20 p.m. ET

Submittable is purpose-built to reduce the burden on applicants. Join Solutions Engineering Manager Diana Anyango for a demo focused on the applicant perspective. She’ll go over how Submittable makes it easy for applicants to

  • determine if their vision aligns with the the grant maker’s purpose with eligibility screening;
  • collaborate remotely with stakeholders on the application;
  • tell their story on their own terms through file uploads; and
  • avoid tedious work through our Guidestar integration.

All the while, they enjoy best-in-class accessibility standards, mobile optimization, and enjoy the security of having their work auto-save, and more. See for yourself why Submittable provides the best grantee experience!

WizeHive | Agile and Responsive Grantmaking
Thursday, March 24 | 2:10–2:30 p.m. ET

We will look at three client examples to learn how using a grant management platform can enable both agility and responsiveness in the face of a pandemic or other community challenges. From relief grants to employee assistance programs to community grants, changing circumstances can be met with confidence because you know that needs can be assessed and addressed quickly. We’ll share best practices on using WizeHive’s secure and flexible system to capture the right data, ease the application and review process, and collect and analyze reports from constituents.


Registration for PEAK2022 is now closed.

Attendees can access the program on demand via the PEAK2022 platform until July 1, 2022.

Early Bird
(through 1/31/2022)
Regular Registration
Late Registration
Organization Member $200 $225 $250
Consultant Member $200 $225 $250
Individual Member $300 $325 $350
Nonmember $400 $425 $450


Who should attend PEAK2022? 

Our audience is expanding each year. Currently, it consists of professionals at all types and sizes of funding institutions working in grants management, IT, programs, operations, evaluation and learning, and executive-level roles. Speaking generally, these professionals are multidisciplinary in background and play a part in stewarding the grantmaking process within funding institutions. 

What is PEAK’s virtual meeting code of conduct? 


Are scholarships available? 

Yes! We recognize that not everyone can afford to attend professional development opportunities. Scholarships that cover all individual registration fees are a way that we try to eliminate that barrier for those that would like to attend our annual conference. 

Eligibility: Scholarships are open to any individual working for a grantmaking institution or philanthropy support organization. You must be a U.S. citizen and member of PEAK Grantmaking. 

Scholarship applications are due by March 2, 2022.
Accepted applicants will be notified by March 11, 2022.

What is your cancellation/substitution policy? 

Requests for PEAK2022 Online conference registration cancellation and fee refunds must be received by March 2, 2022 and are subject to a $50 non-refundable administrative fee. No refunds will be granted for requests received on or after March 16, 2022. 

Participants may avoid the $50 cancellation fee by transferring their registration to a colleague or peer with the same membership level or by electing to apply their conference fee to a future paid event within the same calendar year. Any balance not applied to an event by December 31, 2022 is forfeited. 

Requests for cancellations and substitutions must be submitted in writing to 


When will the conference app be available? 

The conference app and website will go live in mid-March 2022. At that time, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the platform on your desktop computer or via mobile; add sessions to your schedule; and start to connect with vendors, speakers, and others attending the conference. 

Will I receive copies of session presentation materials? 

All available session materials will be available in the conference app. 

What is the photo/video/media policy for the event? 

During PEAK2022, we will be photographing and recording various aspects of our programs, and your image, voice, and chats might be captured. In addition, we capture evaluation data for programming design and testimonial purposes. Through event registration, attendees accept the terms of our release: 

Photography/Video/Audio Release
By participating in this conference, you authorize PEAK Grantmaking to use and reproduce any photographs, videos, chats, and audio recordings taken, for promotion or distribution. PEAK Grantmaking recognizes that people have varying levels of comfort being recorded. Since PEAK2022 is virtual, there are straightforward ways to ensure your voice or likeness will not be recorded. For more information, please contact    

Are there sponsorship opportunities? 

We welcome your interest in supporting PEAK2022 Online! We are excited to share our PEAK2022 Online Sponsor & Exhibitor Guide, where you can find full details about all available opportunities.

To secure your spot, please complete our PEAK2022 Online Sponsor & Exhibitor Commitment Form. To ensure that you receive maximum exposure, we are seeking sponsor and exhibitor commitments by February 1, 2022.

We will continue to offer available sponsorship opportunities until secured by a partner. We hope to hear from you soon. For questions, please contact Clare Larson at

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