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Equity Succession Planning Peer Learning Series

By January 31, 2024No Comments

On the Rise: Creating a pipeline of leadership advancement for Women of Color and Gender Expansive BIPOC

The Women’s Fund is offering a new learning series for nonprofit leaders as an outgrowth of the  Equity Succession Planning (ESP) Series that the we offered in September and October 2023 which focused on how to build equitable organizations through leadership succession and transitions.

This new learning series, facilitated by Amihan Matias, WFWM Senior Director of Community Partnerships, is open to all interested in learning about building a culture of equity to support the advancement of Women of Color and gender expansive BIPOC within our organizations.

The first session will take place online Tuesday, February 13, 1:30 to 3:30 pm. We will examine and discuss some of the challenges faced by Women of Color and gender expansive BIPOC in advancing to senior leadership positions within organizations. We will also reflect on and discuss ways to address these complex issues. Sessions are drop-in and will take place once a month.

If you are interested in participating in the the first session or would like to be notified about future sessions please RSVP below. If you can’t make the first session, but would like to be notified about future sessions, complete the RSVP form and check the “Can’t Go” box and we’ll be sure to add you to the future notifications list.

RSVP for the first session on February 13th by February 9th.

If you would like more information, please email Amihan Matias

Facilitator Bio:
In addition to her roll at the Women’s Fund, Amihan is the founder of KAPWA Racial Equity Transformation and has worked as a racial equity and organization and leadership development coach, consultant, facilitator, and trainer. She has over 30 years of experience working with social justice and social change organizations. Amihan has developed and launched several cutting-edge and nationally recognized executive leadership development programs. These have included a nonprofit executive coaching program for emerging Black, Indigenous, and People of Color leaders of community-based organizations, a nonprofit management training institute, and a six-month leadership forum for Women of Color and gender expansive BIPOC leaders called “And Still We Rise.”

Equity Succession Planning Learning Series

The first session will take place on Tuesday, February 13 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm.
You will be emailed a Zoom link to participate a few days before the session.

If you can not attend but would like to be notified of future sessions complete this form and check the "Can't Go" box.

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