CHANGE Philanthropy (CHANGE) recently released the second Diversity Among Philanthropy Professionals (DAPP) Report. As a CHANGE partner, Native Americans in Philanthropy is excited to share this Indigenous Philanthropic Professionals report as a supplement to their reporting on Indigenous professionals in philanthropy featured in the 2020 Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals Report.
Date and Time: Thursday, March 31, 2022 | 10am - 11am PT | 1pm - 2pm ET
NAP's Vice President of Indigenous Leadership & Education Programs, Brittany Schulman (Waccamaw Siouan) will moderate this panel consisting of:
Joseph Ironhawk Little (Oglala Lakota and Gabrieleno Tongva), Data & Research Associate, Native Americans in Philanthropy
Lyle Matthew Kan, Interim National Director, CHANGE Philanthropy
Dana Arviso (Navajo), Director of Unite:Ed, University of Washington - College of Education
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