Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Maryland Philanthropy Network, among those selected to receive The Daily Record's 2020 Influential Marylander award.
In recent years a growing number of foundations have fastidiously articulated new program goals to support people of color, people who are LBGTQ, people with low incomes, and others facing barriers to progress. But Jara Dean-Coffey says something huge is missing from all of those equity efforts — a rethinking of the way foundations measure success.
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore honored four award recipients and celebrated annual grant-making efforts Friday at its 35th Annual Meeting and Report to the Community.
The Daily Record has named Celeste Amato, President and CEO of Maryland Philanthropy Network, one of Maryland’s 2019 Most Admired CEOs. Al Hutchinson, Visit Baltimore, Carmel Roques, Kesw
As Maryland Philanthropy Network continues to explore strategies to support the field in incorporating equity in our practices, we are excited to announce that we are partnering with several other Philanthropy Serving Organizations (PSOs) from across the country to advance the learning and practice of equitable evaluation among our members.
Maryland Philanthropy Network named Joyce Bartlett as its member engagement and services manager.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network (Maryland Philanthropy Network) is pleased to announce that Charlotte Haase has joined them as communication and data manager.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network’ mission is to maximize the impact of giving on community life through a growing network of diverse, informed and effective philanthropists. Maryland Philanthropy Network is committed to fulfilling its mission by embracing diversity and inclusion and focusing on racial equity in its governance and programs.