August 2020 | Date and Time TBD

Join CCS for the second part of our webinar series exploring how long-term societal inequities are amplified and compounded by current crises, and what that means for philanthropy.
In recent months, our global community has faced extraordinary circumstances that have forced long-standing institutional and systemic inequities to the forefront of our collective consciousness. While these issues are not new, the attention, momentum, and urgency to address these problems are. The Inequity in a Global Crisis webinar series was originally conceived to discuss inequities amplified by COVID-19, but because of the intersectionality of this work and the recent movement in the US around racial justice, we hope our research will serve as a catalyst for broader critical thinking and innovative solutions to create a more just and equitable society.
This webinar series is designed to explore the intersectionality of historically underserved constituencies - cisgender women; black, indigenous, and people of color; LGBTQ+ communities; people with disabilities; and those experiencing homelessness or economic insecurity - and share with our CCS colleagues and client partners our commitment to addressing these issues and driving critically needed conversations across the nonprofit sector. 

In its broadest scope, the webinar series asks: "Why is it important for nonprofit leaders to apply a lens of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion to fundraising strategies?"

  • Part one introduced the topic, provided an overview, and shared the tools.
  • Part two will feature a panel of thought leaders and philanthropists, serving as a forum to explore best practices and innovative approaches toward addressing the needs of these critically impacted individuals and groups in our communities.

We encourage you to invite your colleagues, board members, and volunteers to join us for this insightful virtual conversation. Shifting our work to a justice-based mentality will require the active participation of all nonprofit leaders.

New york, new york
Venue: NYIT Auditorium on Broadway
1871 Broadway,
New York, NY 10023
Date: June 12, 2019
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san francisco, california
Venue: Commonwealth Club
110 The Embarcadero,
San Francisco, CA 94105
Date: June 12, 2019
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boston, massachusets
Venue: Boston College Club
100 Federal Street,
36th Floor,
Boston, MA 02210
Date: June 12, 2019
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presented by:

Vicki Clark

Vicki Clark Consulting
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Christopher K. Looney

Principal & Managing Director
CCS Fundraising
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Julia M. Siebel, PhD

Assistant Vice President
CCS Fundraising
Learn more about Julie

Alexandra Arenz, MSW

Executive Director
CCS Fundraising
Learn more about Alexandra

Catherine Sun, MS

Executive Director
CCS Fundraising
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Samantha Leveugle

Associate Director
CCS Fundraising
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If you have any questions about this webinar or about CCS in general, please contact:
Diana Huynh at [email protected] or (949) 954-5252.