PEAK Grantmaking and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) present the first session of a three-part learning and professional development series where we explore career journeys in philanthropy, equity as an essential competency for emerging leaders, and tools for effective self-advocacy and pay equity in your career journey.
This first event in the series celebrated the release of PEAK’s Career Journeys in Philanthropy Journal, which highlights accidental technologists and process pioneers who led critical, formative work to make grantmaking more efficient, more effective, and ultimately, more equitable.
We invited some of the leaders highlighted in this issue to share their career journeys, then we broke out into more intimate “salons” for a deeper conversation around the triumphs and challenges of pursuing a career in philanthropy.
Satonya Fair, JD
President and CEO
TeQuion Brookins, Journal Guest Editor
Director of Operations
Lourdes Inga, Journal Guest Editor
International Funders for Indigenous People
Chief of Staff
Episcopal Health Foundation