When:
September 23, 2019 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
2019-09-23T11:30:00-07:00
2019-09-23T13:30:00-07:00

Monday, September 23

11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Networking

12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

 

Location:
Bank of America

800 Fifth Ave., 38th Flr., Orcas Room

Seattle, WA  98104

 

Join us for this lunch and learn to explore how institutional funders evaluate the effectiveness and impact of current and potential grantee’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and access efforts. Learn how to make a stronger case for the impact of your organization—even with limited funds—and build stronger relationships with your institutional partners. This program will give you an opportunity to hear from established leaders and participate in a conversation that will inspire your own work.

Guests are invited to bring their own lunch; food will not be provided.

 

Our panelists are Katie Carter, CEO at Pride Foundation; Jonathan Cunningham, Program Officer at Seattle Foundation; and Jeremey Williams, Market Executive at Bank of America.

 

Parking:

Street and lot parking available. On several bus routes.

 

Tickets:

Members  $30

Non-members $45

Walk-ins $55

 

About the Presenters:

 

Katie Carter, CEO of Pride Foundation, has been working for social justice as a nonprofit professional for the past 10 years, with a particular focus on LGBTQ+ and gender justice. In her role as CEO, Katie supports the foundation’s efforts by building community and institutional partnerships, developing creative communications strategies, and mobilizing resources to affect change in the Northwest. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Grantmakers of Oregon and SW Washington. She also was a co-founder of a restorative justice group that facilitates a gender and sexuality seminar for people who are incarcerated. Katie earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy of Science from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Philosophy from DePaul University.

 

Jonathan Cunningham, Program Officer at Seattle Foundation, brings a wealth of professional experience in developing, implementing, and managing community initiatives. He is currently a Seattle Arts Commissioner with deep knowledge of navigating public, private, and municipal partnerships. At Seattle Foundation since 2017, Jonathan previously worked at the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) as Manager of Youth Programs and Community Outreach efforts and is passionate about using arts and culture as a strategy to create racial justice. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and a writer for City Arts Magazine.

 

Jeremey Williams is a Senior Vice President, Market Executive for Bank of America. As Market Executive, Jeremey works in partnership with the Seattle Market President to help lead the local market goals of connecting businesses, families and individuals to the banking and investment teams that will help improve their financial lives. Specifically, Jeremey is responsible for the development and execution of the market strategic plan, designed to drive revenue growth, employee engagement, and corporate reputation. In addition, he also oversees community partnerships, sponsorships, and philanthropy.

Originally from Spokane, Jeremey played football for Washington State University and has maintained a strong network in the Northwest.

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Thank you to our generous sponsor