Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s evolving peer group Emergent Philanthropy for a discussion rooted in adrienne maree brown’s book Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds (pages 1 - 40) but reading the book is not necessary. The will focus on how to practice humility in this work; how to grow connections that are "intertwined and create a system of strength" in lieu of setting intentions to do better; and how to create a vision that centers humans and the natural world vs. material possessions.
In June ,the Prenatal to 5 Impact Collaborative will be learning about Zero to Three’s Safe Babies Court approach.
Grab your favorite morning beverage and join Maggie, our new president and CEO, for a chance to build relationship and share your thoughts about Maryland Philanthropy Network in this small group space. All Maryland Philanthropy Network members are welcome but each session is capped at 15 participants to keep the sessions manageable.
All arts and culture funders are invited to hear Nicholas Cohen, Executive Director, Maryland Citizens for the Arts, share findings from their research and to join in a discussion about the implications of these findings as well shifts in funding and support for the arts throughout Maryland and in Baltimore specifically. We’ll provide ample time for all participants to deepen collaboration by sharing information, current opportunities, lessons learned and queries about supporting the arts in Maryland.
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s evolving peer group Emergent Philanthropy for a discussion of adrienne maree brown’s book Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds. This peer discussion will focus on the introduction, which includes pages 1 - 40. Bring your questions, your favorite quotes, and a curious attitude. If you're not able to read the book, you are welcome to join the discussion as well.
Education Funders are invited by Baltimore City Public Schools to a conversation on with the new Chief Academic Officer, Dr.