Maine Philanthropy Center

Building Connections for Maine Grantmakers

Philanthropic Advisors Meeting: Incorporating Equity Driven Grantmaking Practices with Clients

When: 
Thursday, June 2, 2022 -
9:00am to 10:15am EDT
Where: 
Virtual Meeting
Registration Fee: 
Members: $0.00
Non-members: $35.00
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Please join us for a spring gathering of philanthropic advisors. This conversation will focus on how you are advancing equity based grantmaking practices with your clients. Gioia Perugini will share her journey around equity, ways in which she's advanced more equitable grantmaking practices in her client advisory, and the hurdles along the way. Far beyond a simple presentation, we hope this session will create a rich dialogue of sharing and learning amongst practitioners in the room and that learning will be multidirectional.

Speaker

Gioia Perugini, Director of Philanthropic Services, Hemenway & Barnes LLP

Gioia Perugini is Director of Philanthropic Services at Hemenway & Barnes, LLP, a Boston-based legal and fiduciary firm. She works with individuals, families, advisors, charitable trusts, and foundations to provide a range of philanthropic advisory and client services. She also specializes in multi-generational engagement of family foundations. Ms. Perugini is a frequent speaker, writer, panelist and blogger on issues relevant to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. She is active in her local community and in organizations and philanthropic networks across New England. She is Vice President of the Board of the Brookline Community Foundation, where she is also Chair of the Program and Grants Committee. She serves on the Board of the Maine Philanthropy Center, and chairs its Governance Committee. She is also a member of the Steering Committee of the Maine Environmental Funders Network. Finally, she is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Positive Tracks, a national nonprofit that helps young people make change through charitable athletic activity. When not working in philanthropy and volunteering, she can be found running, biking, or on the sidelines of her teenage children’s soccer and baseball games (these days, wearing a mask).

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