Alliance for Nonprofit Management | August 26, 2022

How can we live lives of generosity during times of struggle? How can we pursue social change when our very existence may be threatened at every turn? In this session, participants will explore dimensions of generosity through the life story of Madam C.J. Walker, the early twentieth century Black philanthropist who fought heartily against the racist and sexist American system of Jim Crow


Unmasking Gender and Culture in Advancement DEIB Seminar Series | November 11, 2021

Dr. Freeman will co-moderate a panel discussion with the distinguished founders and leaders of regional, national & international professional networks of fundraisers of color to explore the intersections of gender, culture & philanthropy in the 21st century. Attendees will participate in breakout groups to digest key themes from the panel with the aid of focused questions, and engage in Q&A with panelists.