A first of it’s kind in the philanthropic advisory space, 21/64 wants to help take responsibility for advancing the work of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) philanthropic professionals and advisors in the field to build trusting and transformative relationships with high-net-worth donors.
This year-long professional development offering aims to:
- Deepen participants’ practices so as to be relational and transformational with donors of all ages, stages and backgrounds.
- Engage participants using a peer learning model to provide a supportive and brave environment to learn from one another’s lived experiences.
- Hone participants’ personal narratives to help them articulate their vision as philanthropic advisors in the field.
- Amplify participants’ voices by leveraging 21/64’s network to access thought leadership opportunities where participants can express a call to action to encourage diversity, equity and inclusion in the field.