Nov 19 2021

Supporting Leaders of Color: Out-of-School Time Monthly Stakeholder Convenings

Grantmakers for Education

Virtual

November 19, 2021

Wondering how funders can effectively support leaders of color in the youth development field? Join GFE’s Out-of-School Time Impact Group on Friday November 19 12:00 - 100 p.m. ET for our monthly stakeholder convening. We will spotlight the NYC-based Pinkerton Foundation’s launch of its Advanced Leadership Network, and also highlight new efforts by the National Afterschool Association, funded in part by the GFE Afterschool & Summer Recovery and Opportunity Fund.

Speakers and resource experts include:

  • Tommy Brewer, Board Chair, National Afterschool Association, Deputy Chief of Innovation and Partnerships, Think Together
  • Erika Halstead, Executive Director of Minds Matter NYC
  • Erica Hamilton, Founder & Principal, The Memo I Never Got
  • Angelica Portillo, Director of Advocacy and Workforce Initiatives, National Afterschool Association
  • Danielle Pulliam, Program Officer, Pinkerton Foundation
  • Gina Warner, President/CEO National Afterschool Association
  • Ruth Obel-Jorgensen, Corazon Catalysts, Founder & Principal and Thrive Paradigm, Senior Partner, Moderator

This program is the second in our series on the OST/Youth Development Workforce. Click here for a working document collecting resources on various challenges, and add your own.

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