Part of a series of informal brown-bag lunch conversations for funders that focuses upon diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Note: The U.S. Custom House has two entrances. One is located at 312 Fore Street in Portland. The other is located on the opposite side of the building and faces Commercial Street. Please use the Commercial Street entrance, which is closest to our meeting room.
11:00am: Guided Tour of the U.S. Custom House. Please join us. After the tour, we will eat lunch and network until 11:30am.
11:30am - 1pm: Nick Dohonue's presentation, Q&A, and peer discussion
Speaker and Content
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation is deep in the midst of examining and evaluating its grantmaking initiatives and processes through a DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) lens. At this brown-bag lunch, Nick Donohue, the Foundation's president, will not only share the work that his organization is doing around race equity, but also explain the learnings that encouraged the Foundation to develop its race-equity focus.
This event is free. Don't forget to bring your lunch.
Most on-street parking spaces must be paid for at meters or paystations and/or via the PassportParking app. The Custom House Square Parking Garage is located only a short distance from the Custom House itself.
This event is open to MPC Funder Members and their invited guests. If your organization currently is not an MPC Funder Member but would like to learn more about joining in order to access member-only events, please see our Funder Member Benefits webpage or give us a call at (207) 780-5039.
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Do you need an accomodation in order to fully participate in this program? Please contact Alyssa Lodewick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-228-8289 as soon as possible – and at least two weeks prior to the event – to discuss your specific needs.