The Native Americans in Philanthropy Podcast is a platform to have honest, straightforward, and to-the-point conversations about promoting effective and sustainable philanthropy in tribal communities. The space to have these kinds of authentic discussions has become essential, especially in a market flooded by formal online webinars and workshops.
Kelli Begay currently serves as Chief Strategy & Operations Officer of Native Americans in Philanthropy. However, her background as a registered dietitian sparked the idea of a relaxed and natural discussion about food systems recorded in March to observe National Nutrition Month.
Valerie Segrest was the logical partner for that discussion.
NAP has developed a series of supplemental resources to support its report, including the COVID-19 Community Conversation series. The first installment in the series was a live online webinar featuring several of the report's featured contributors. (You can find the full recording here and a highlight reel here.)
This episode is the most recent installment of the COVID-19 Community Conversation series. It reflects the report's section that interviews Valerie about the pandemic's effect on Native food systems, however, the podcast allows for a deeper and more detailed exchange.
Native Americans in Philanthropy is a powerful and growing network of Native and non-Native nonprofits, Tribal communities, foundations, and community leaders committed to engaging, learning, and sharing resources and best practices grounded the Native tradition of reciprocity.
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