A roundtable of grantmaking professionals explore how their roles have evolved over time so that they are uniquely positioned to lead change within and outside of their organizations.
Bold questions get bold answers. PEAK asked its members about whether they see themselves as grants management influencers and what career opportunities have developed in the past year.
When the nonprofit Patrick Taylor worked for was going under, he took a job at a foundation. He ended up building an enriching career.
PEAK President and CEO Satonya Fair reflects on the power that each of our career journeys has to activate ourselves and others to transform philanthropy.
Dolores Estrada tells her story of how she combined her inspiration from 1960s protestors with her love of process to pursue an unexpected career in philanthropy.
PEAK’s latest survey data reveal that, despite the ways in which grants management has evolved as a role, there are stark inequities in how these professionals are compensated.
The grants management profession spoke to Ashley Deitz’s love of process and allowed her to lead with her heart. Here, she discusses how her learning experiences put her on a path to lead as CEO of the Florida Philanthropic Network.
Iris Garcia explains how she led from her seat to create grantmaking practices that promote social justice and put more power in the hands of the communities she serves.
Jacque Demko writes about how she brings the values of Native philanthropy to address inequities within the philanthropic sector.