Grantmakers are increasingly applying a racial equity lens to their investments as an essential element to effective philanthropy. A new brief by Asset Funders Network, The Mouse and the Elephant, examines how applying a racial equity lens plays out in a specific context - financial coaching.
What does it mean to deliver financial coaching with a racial equity lens? How can grantmakers encourage those practices? Join the co-authors of this brief in conversation to learn more.
- How to define financial coaching with a racial equity lens
- Examples of financial coaching with a racial equity lens in practice
- Strategies and suggestions for effective financial coaching with a racial equity lens
- Case stories that include voices of funders, leaders of grantee organizations, and financial coaches applying a racial equity lens, along with community members who have benefited from this service
- Lessons learned from funders about how to effectively implement a practice of financial coaching with a racial equity lens
- Kira Hudson Banks, Co-Author, The Mouse and the Elephant
- Eric Ratinoff, Co-Author, The Mouse and the Elephant
- Leah Mayor (Moderator), East Coast Program Officer, Asset Funders Network
- List of Speakers in formation
All interested funders.
9:30 - 11:00 AM Program
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