This moment in time calls for full focus on equitable systems transformation. Our systems were inequitable long before th COVID-19 pandemic struck, and the last 19 months have made the stark injustices impossible to deny. It is the right time for multi-sector leaders to come together to learn and discuss how to transform systems and address root causes that impede so many from thriving. That is why this year’s Exchange Conference is a Systems Summit!
2021 Exchange Conference theme will be equitable systems transformation. The agenda will cover a range of topics related to this theme, including racial equity, empowering communities, income inequality, and multi-sector collaboration that can lead to systemic change and an equitable future for all.
- The role philanthropy can play in catalyzing fundamental changes to improve billions of lives
- What does equitable systems change look like on the ground, in real time?
- Targeted Universalism as a rapidly growing model for achieving equity
- Racial equity and power dynamics
- Economic equity
- Equitable recovery: Capturing the trilion dollar opportunity
- Tonya Allen, President, McKnight Foundation
- Judy Belk, President and CEO, The California Wellness Foundation
- John Brothers, President, T. Rowe Price Foundation
- Gary L. Cunningham, President and CEO, Prosperity Now
- Tim Hanstad, CEO, Chandler Foundation
- Don Howard, President and CEO, The James Irvine Foundation
- John H. Jackson, President and CEO, The Schott Foundation for Public Education
- John Kania, Founder, Executive Director, Board Chair, Collective Change Lab
- John a. Powell, Director, Othering and Belonging Institute
- William M. Rodgers III, Vice President and Director, Institute for Economic Equity, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- LaVerne Evans Srinivasan, Vice President, National Program, and Program Director, Education, Carnegie Corporation of New York
- Madge Thomas, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, American Express Foundation
Foundation officers, philanthropists, corporate executives, trustees, wealth managers and philanthropy advisors interested in learning about innovative methods to support high-impact nonprofits in education, youth development, poverty alleviation, health and impact investing.
Space is limited. We encourage you to register soon.
Members only: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please click on the link above. Philanthropy New York members will receive a registration discount. To take advantage of this discount, please use promo code Exchange2021-PNY.
Any questions should be sent to Exchange2021@growthphilanthropy.org