BEFORE YOU REGISTER—there are two ways to advance your equity journey with other lean funders in the coming months:
Identify your areas of privilege and apply tools to be an effective ally through centering people experiencing marginalization, self/mirror work, and influencing others.
Whitney Parnell, executive director and co-founder of Service Never Sleeps (SNS), will lead participants through this signature program from a racial equity lens. The training will empower you to promote racial equity and justice as a lifestyle. Using SNS’ CLAIM framework (Care, Learn, Act, Influence, Maintain), you’ll explore what it means to adopt an allyship lifestyle. Leave this workshop committed to the allyship lifestyle and prepared to facilitate change in your own workspace.
Founder/CEO of Service Never Sleeps
Whitney grew up between Latin America and West Africa as a Foreign Service child. At Washington University in St. Louis, Whitney doubled majored in English and Spanish and minored in Communications and Journalism, during which she also embraced her calling as an activist. Whitney’s passion for service and social justice brought her to Washington, DC to serve with City Year, and then work in homeless services. Whitney is excited to create a movement of service and allies by igniting quick social change through mass civic engagement.
To learn more about Whitney Parnell and her work, here are a few readings to review:
To offset the cost of attending, the TD Charitable Foundation has approved this training for its Non-Profit Resource Training Grant. They offer grants up to $1,000 to 501(c)(3) organizations. Check your eligibility and apply.
Registration and Other Policies
Please register by clicking this link, even for complimentary programs. Prior to the event, you will receive your unique access information. By registering for this program, participants are agreeing to Exponent Philanthropy’s Participant Guidelines. Please contact us by email or at 202-580-6560 if you have any questions.Register Today