Make the Most of Your Membership - Exponent Philanthropy

Make the Most of Your Membership

1:45-2:00 pm – Join us 15 minutes early to get comfortable with the platform. The program will begin at 2:00 pm.

Learn how to make the most of your Exponent Philanthropy membership. Join a conversation with Exponent Philanthropy’s new CEO, Paul D. Daugherty, and a few members to hear how they take advantage of resources and find community in the membership. Member Relations Specialist Brian Bates will offer a brief overview of benefits and we’ll conclude with informal networking.


Gianna Durso-Finley, Ph.D.

Gianna came to the Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation in January 2017. Prior to that, she was a sociology professor and dean at Mercer County Community College. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University. Her scholarly research has focused on gender equity at work and universal learning design in higher education.

Meg Ramsey

Since 1999, Meg has been the founder and managing trustee for The Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation, a private family foundation that funds projects in arts education in Eastern Massachusetts. She has spent the last two decades as a volunteer and philanthropist. Meg also serves as a board member for her local community foundation and several other local nonprofits.

Paul D. Daugherty

Paul is the CEO of Exponent Philanthropy. Under Paul’s leadership, Exponent continues to advance its vision of transformed communities through informed giving. Before joining Exponent Philanthropy, Paul was president and CEO of Philanthropy West Virginia, a regional philanthropic leadership organization. Currently, Paul serves on the United Philanthropy Forum’s National Public Policy Committee and Rural Equity Working Group. He formerly served on their board of directors.

This program uses Remo. You’ll need to use a desktop, laptop, or phone with Chrome, Safari, or Firefox as your browser. To access the conversation, you’ll receive an email with a link before the program.

Captioning is available for the presentation and not in the small groups. We can provide accommodations upon request (e.g. ASL interpreter). Please contact or call 202-580-6560 by August 17 if you need any accommodations.

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