Jan Lane, senior philanthropic advisor, explains the ways that leaving a legacy can help you address social justice causes.

Minister Mark D. Muhammad, Ed.D. tells his personal story of struggles growing up in Syracuse and how serving as a member of the Black Equity & Excellence Fund Advisory Committee is helping him to make a difference.

Monica Merante explains why we are capturing new data on our donors to help improve our equity efforts going forward.

Kimberly Sadowski, senior vice president & chief financial officer, walks us through how the Community Foundation is working to encourage diversity and belonging in the workplace.

Learn why we are striving to partner with more minority and/or women-owned business enterprises (MWBE) when making purchasing decisions.

Darrell Buckingham, program officer, explains how ending childhood lead poisoning also addresses racial equity.

Pragya Murphy, development officer, introduces our new SRI investment pool, which includes DEI values.

Ahmeed Turner, executive director, Say Yes Syracuse, explains how the scholarship program helps break down barriers toward racial equity in education.

Katrina Crocker, vice president, communications explains how asset framing within our narratives can help advance racial equity.

Tom Griffith, vice president of development, tells us about his department's efforts to learn best practices for how to discuss racial equity with donors and create a welcoming environment for donors of color.