5 Tips for Building an Antiracist Culture in Your Fundraising & Development Team w/ Kia Croom
Are you struggling to create an inclusive and equitable work culture? Maybe you need help operationalizing equity and inclusion in your fundraising team.
By the end of this one-hour workshop with Kia Croom, you’ll learn:
Tips for creating and building an inclusive and equitable work culture
Tips for operationalizing equity and inclusion in fundraising and development teams
Understand how Instrumentl can help you better research and identify DEI focused funders
All registrants will receive a recording and copy of the presentation slides after the workshop. Instrumentl is also offering every live attendee personalized grant recommendations for their nonprofit.
NOTE: Instrumentl helps US-based 501c3s with at least a 90K operating budget, or consultants supporting such clients. If you are based internationally, you must have a US-affiliated chapter and 501c3 status to find this workshop helpful.
Kia Croom is an experienced fund development executive with over 20 years of experience. To date she’s raised nearly half a billion dollars for nonprofits of all sizes nationwide in a variety of cause areas including STEM, housing and homelessness, youth development, education, HIV/AIDS and more. She’s worked in a host development functions including but not limited to major gifts, grant writing, creative messaging and content writing, and digital marketing and her favorite—brokering high-impact corporate strategic partnerships.
Kia is incredibly passionate about racial and philanthropic justice in philanthropy, and interested in working with agencies committed to addressing anti-black racism specifically by uplifting, strengthening and supporting Black-led nonprofit organizations.
Don’t delay, save your spot in this grant workshop today.