Meet Our Featured Voices from Feminist Giving: Creating New Frontiers

Here are just a few of the groundbreaking voices featured in Kiersten Marek’s new book, Feminist Giving: Creating New Frontiers in Social Change. Pre-order your copy of the book, available October 4th, 2022, to learn more from Joy Anderson, Yolanda F. Johnson, Kimberlé Crenshaw, and more! 

Pre-orders are now available for Philanthropy Women Editor-in-Chief Kiersten Marek’s new book, Feminist Giving: Creating New Frontiers in Social Change, coming October 4th, 2022!

Joy Anderson, Criterion Institute President and Founder

There has never been a more critical time for the gender justice movement to bring its wisdom, its voice, and its influence into public discourse to ensure that recovery financing tilts the scales toward justice. As the country scrambles to plan for our economic recovery, those fighting for gender justice must claim this as our time to rebuild the nation and decide what success looks like in recovery and beyond.”

Yolanda F. Johnson, Women in Development

“In order to see real, lasting change, we must begin with ourselves. Let us naturally include women of color in the way we think about leadership, careers and advancement. Not as ‘others,’ or exceptions, but as the norm in a society that welcomes the talents, skills and leadership of women of color and values them just as equally as anyone else. There is a place for all of us at the table. I invite all women of color to take their seats.

Kimberlé Crenshaw, UCLA Law School, Columbia Law School

Philanthropy is absolutely essential. I want women philanthropists to think twice about their theory of change…

“It’s not enough to think intersectionally. We also need to think about the other partners who should be part of this conversation, so that we can do a better job of creating structural interventions instead of just individual remedies.”

Pre-Order Your Copy Today!

Pre-orders are now available for Philanthropy Women Editor-in-Chief Kiersten Marek’s new book, Feminist Giving: Creating New Frontiers in Social Change!

Out October 4th in digital and hard copy formats, Feminist Giving features some of the best research and insights from the feminist giving sphere in the last five years.

This exquisitely researched resource is packed with real-world examples and interviews with the best and brightest of the philanthropy world. Pre-order your copy today, and celebrate with us on October 4th!

Want to be an Advanced Reader?

We are still accepting applications for advanced readers and reviewers for Feminist Giving: Creating New Frontiers in Social Change!

To receive an advanced copy of the book in exchange for your review on social media and online retailer platforms, email Maggie May at We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!


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Author: Maggie May

Maggie May is a small business owner, author, and story-centric content strategist. A Maryland transplant by way of Florida, DC, Ireland, Philadelphia, and -- most recently -- Salt Lake City, she has a passion for finding stories and telling them the way they're meant to be told.

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