Activating Your Leadership to Disrupt the Status Quo (Abolition, Reform, Expansion – Session 2)

Date and Time: Tuesday, January 25, 2022 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pmLocation: N/A - online


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This session posits that each of us can find our own path toward leadership in building equitable philanthropy.  We will identify ways that you can be a change agent within your nonprofit (with your colleagues as well as with your Board) by helping to build a mindset and culture that achieves the twin goals of resource development and equitable practices.  We will explore how to seek out allies in building your leadership capabilities as well as how to use your experience and authority to be an ally for others. Acknowledging the importance of intentional volunteerism as you move about the nonprofit sector, will spark ways to leverage your valuable talents as a fundraising professional to effect equitable change.


(Part of the Abolition, Reform, Expansion program.  See the full description and and register for the whole program here)

SKU: N/A Category: Audience: Fundraisers interested in exploring the inequities of the current philanthropic ecosystem and how it might be reformed.

Event Location

Date: January 25th, 2022


Member $79
Non-Member $85


  • Jennifer Shropshire

    Jennifer Shropshire is a principal in Shropshire Nonprofit Consulting, LLC. Her practice areas are: strategic planning, fundraising, and board development.  Formerly, she was director of development for the Walnut Street Theatre. In addition to her consulting work with The Nonprofit Center, she has been a CLEAR Circle facilitator working with nonprofit executive directors. She holds an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from the SUNY Oswego. Recently, she has started a solo practice as Shropshire Nonprofit Consulting LLC, continuing her focus on helping nonprofits navigate successfully within a changing landscape.