WPI Plugged In: Podcast Series on Gender, Giving and Tech

Philanthropy Plugged In: Exploring new research on gender, technology and giving through WPI podcast series

On April 21, the Women’s Philanthropy Institute will launch our Women Give 2020 report along with the Philanthropy Plugged In podcast series dedicated to exploring technology, gender and giving. Also included in the release is a new video and other resources.

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The Women’s Philanthropy Institute will be launching a Podcast series featuring leaders and research on women and philanthropy. (Image Credit: WPI)

These themes are all the more relevant as people around the world are leveraging technology in new ways to reimagine community and stay connected.

Join WPI on Zoom for a one-hour launch event, where you’ll hear “hot takes” from leaders including:

-Asha Curran, CEO, #GivingTuesday
-Elizabeth Gore, President, Alice
-Beth Kanter, Author and nonprofit innovator
-Walle Mafolasire, Founder, Givelify
-Teresa Younger, CEO and President, Ms. Foundation for Women

The event will also be streamed on Facebook Live and you can follow along with #PhilanthropyPluggedIn.

About WPI:

The Women’s Philanthropy Institute increases understanding of women’s philanthropy through rigorous research and education. A unit of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, WPI focuses on high-quality cutting-edge research and dynamic educational programs to challenge assumptions and change attitudes about the role of gender in philanthropy.

The Institute fulfills its mission through these strategic goals:

  • Advance women’s philanthropy through ORIGINAL RESEARCH
  • Use RESEARCH to increase understanding and improve practice
  • Provide research-based EDUCATIONAL SERVICES for donors, fundraisers, and
    other constituencies
  • PROMOTE and MARKET the Institute as the leading resource for women’s
    philanthropy trends, best practices, and information
  • DISSEMINATE information to help build the field of women’s philanthropy

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