Philanthropy & DEIA: Can Philanthropy Solve Global Problems If It Is Itself Inequitable?
Columbia University’s M.S. Nonprofit Management Program | SPS
Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs
Leadership, Innovation & Design Specialization
Urban and Social Policy Concentration
And DEICE Committee
Hosted a fireside chat and provocative discussion on:
Philanthropy & DEIA:
Can Philanthropy Solve Global Problems if it is itself inequitable?
Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation,
Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, and
H. Art Taylor, BBB Wise Giving Alliance President & CEO
Introduction: Sarah Holloway, Interim Program Director, M.S. Nonprofit Management | Columbia University, SPS; Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of International and Public Affairs | Columbia University, SIPA; Senior Fellow for Social Impact | Columbia Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Design
Moderator: Mayor Michael Nutter, Former Philadelphia Mayor & David N. Dinkins Professor of Professional Practice in Urban and Public Affairs | Columbia University, SIPA
In a Discussion with
Darren Walker, President | The Ford Foundation, a $16 billion international social justice philanthropy
H. Art Taylor, Lecturer in M.S. Nonprofit Management | Columbia University, SPS and President & CEO | BBB Wise Giving Alliance
Q&A Facilitator: Erwin de Leon, Ph.D., Chief Diversity Officer & Lecturer in the Discipline of Nonprofit Management | Columbia University, SPS; Research Fellow | Knology; Member | Empire State Bioethics Consortium
Read Darren Walker’s Opinion piece “Are You Willing to Give Up Your Privilege? Philanthropy Alone Won’t Save the American Dream” that appeared in the Sunday, June 25, 2020 edition of The New York Times.
Read the BBB Wise Giving Alliance’s 2022 Special Donor Trust Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.