Upcoming events

    • Friday, January 01, 2021
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    • Friday, December 31, 2021
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    • Virtual
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    Career Placement

    Florida Philanthropic Network's Jobs Board lists job openings in Florida's grantmaking field and related areas.

    If you would like to submit a job posting, email us at info@fpnetwork.org with a description of the job and who to contact for inquiries. Members and nonmembers are welcome to submit open job postings.  A notice will remain online for 30-days. but can be renewed for an additional 30-days at the same rate. FPN members can post a job posting free of charge. Nonmembers will need to pay a $100 fee. Payment needs to be received in full before the career posting is uploaded to the web site.

    • Tuesday, May 11, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Tuesday, February 08, 2022
    • (EST)
    • 10 sessions
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Join fellow FPN members with grants management responsibilities for our monthly Grants Mangers Affinity Group meeting to share best practices, updates and challenges. The meetings are open to all staff of FPN member organizations.



    Special Note: For the May 11 Meeting, we’ll be having our discussion of the book Decolonizing Wealth by Edgar Villanueva.


    This meeting is free for all members.
    Registration is required to receive the participation link.

    • Thursday, May 13, 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Webinar

    Make the Most of Your Resources

    Our country and the world has seen what feels like a never-ending stream of disasters - storms and wildfires, global pandemic, community unrest, economic distress - no communities or companies were left untouched by these challenges. Often, businesses are on the front lines with expertise, resources, and human capital to help their neighbors heal. Join the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to learn about their new report on COVID response funding and to discuss how your company's philanthropy can have the greatest impact during a time of crisis. We'll also be joined by corporate grantmaking peers from across the country to share their approach and hope you'll feel comfortable sharing some, too.

    About the Speakers

    Regine A. Webster leads the grantmaking and consulting teams. She also heads up CDP’s major educational initiatives including the annual Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy report and the Disaster Philanthropy Playbook. A frequent blogger, presenter and webinar panelist, Regine is committed to sharing her deep knowledge and true passion for the work. In 2010, Regine became founding executive director of the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, an organization aimed at transforming giving toward domestic and international disasters. CDP has matured into a trusted voice and philanthropic force, including awarding nearly $9 million in grants from its Hurricane Harvey Disaster Recovery Fund. Regine now serves as CDP vice president and her personal reach spreads beyond the organization. In addition to holding speaking engagements that inspire and educate in the disaster philanthropy realm, Regine has been actively involved in volunteer leadership positions on local and national-level boards and committees.

    Alexander J. Diaz leads Crisis Response and Humanitarian Aid at Google.org, Google’s philanthropic arm. There he manages Google’s philanthropic efforts in response to global crises, such as natural disasters and public health emergencies, providing innovative nonprofits on the frontlines with funding and volunteers. Alex helped lead Google.org’s $100 million and 50K+ pro bono hours commitment to COVID-19 response globally across health and science, distance learning, and economic relief and recovery. More recently, Alex is managing the company's philanthropic effort to advance COVID-19 vaccine equity.

    Alex is the winner of both Marshall and Rhodes Scholarship awards. As a Rhodes Scholar, Alex received a Master’s of Public Policy and a Master’s of Financial Economics at the University of Oxford. Alex graduated from Harvard College Phi Beta Kappa, with highest honors in psychology where he focused his studies and research on the cognitive mechanisms that underlie unconscious race, ethnic, and gender bias, and the effects of these biases on courtroom procedures. Alex has been named to Forbes’ List of 30 Under 30 for Law & Policy.

    Marlo Long, VP Community Development, Truist Bank
    Experienced Senior Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Strong community and social services professional skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Budgeting, Business Planning, Analytical Skills, and Government.

    This webinar is open to FPN Corporate Members only.  Corporate Members can register by clicking HERE.             


    • Wednesday, May 26, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Legislative and Medicaid Expansion Update

    Join fellow FHF members for a legislative update on health issues from Florida Policy Institute as well as an update on Medicaid expansion from Florida Voices for Health. Attendees will then have a discussion to share their work and explore avenues for collaboration.

    About the Speakers

    Holly Bullard, Chief Strategy & Development Officer

    Florida Policy Institute

    Holly spearheads FPI's fundraising, policy advocacy, coalition building, outreach and communications strategies. She also serves as education policy analyst.

    Holly previously served as senior director of Financial Stability Initiatives at United Way Suncoast, where she oversaw the planning and implementation of financial stability programs. Prior to that, Holly worked as legislative aide to Congressman Rubén Hinojosa, a senior member on the powerful House Financial Services Committee and Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. She served as his lead adviser on financial services and housing issues, with a focus on financial empowerment for low-income Americans. Before her work on Capitol Hill, Holly worked at the U.S. Department of Education and at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona.  

    Holly has a master’s in public policy from Georgetown University and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Emory University. She is proudly a product of Florida public schools and a daughter of Florida public educators.

    Scott Darius, Executive Director
    Florida Voices


    Scott Darius is the executive director at Florida Voices. With the help of an amazing team, he works on everything from strategic planning to working directly with statewide coalition partners on different campaigns and initiatives. During law school he was fortunate enough to intern for Florida CHAIN, a health advocacy organization. Due to the importance of the work around Medicaid and health care, he continued working on these issues at Florida Voices.


    Anne Swerlick, Senior Policy Analyst
    Florida Policy Institute


    Anne has over 30 years of experience as a public interest attorney, focusing on health, economic and social justice issues. Prior to her employment with FPI, Anne served as policy director for Florida CHAIN, a statewide grassroots health advocacy organization promoting access to affordable and quality health care for all Floridians. Throughout most of her professional career, she has worked as a legal services attorney representing indigent clients throughout Florida on a broad range of poverty law issues. Anne received her B.A. from the University of Virginia and her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1977.

    This event is open to all staff and board of FPN member organizations.

    For programmatic questions,
    please contact Geula Ferguson.
    For registration issues, please email here.

    • Tuesday, June 01, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Why it Matters and How Funders Can Be Involved

    Join us to hear the how and the why grantmakers have actively engaged in funding civic engagement work from various organizations including the Miami Foundation, Joyce Foundation and the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. We will also hear about the Southern Poverty Law Center’s ‘Vote Your Voice’ initiative which is active in Florida through partnership with community based groups.

    About the Speakers

    Carrie L. Davis
    Democracy Program Director, Joyce Foundation


    Prior to joining the Joyce Foundation, Carrie served as Executive Director of the League of Women Voters of Ohio for six years, where she managed all aspects of the statewide organization including membership and leadership development, coordinating state advocacy and public education with a special focus on voters’ rights, fund development, communications, and supporting League activities at the local and national levels.

    Carrie served eight years as staff counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, where she litigated and lobbied on a variety of issues including voting rights, free speech, criminal justice, racial justice, LGBT rights, reproductive freedom, and government accountability. As a community activist, Carrie is perhaps best known for training citizens in how to lobby their government officials and empowering citizens to exercise their voting rights. She has also volunteered with advocacy groups working on issues such as ending the death penalty, protecting reproductive freedom, and expanding protections for the LGBT community. For several years, she served on the board of Ohioans to Stop Executions. In 2006, Carrie was honored as a “Champion of Choice” by NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.

    Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Concentration in Public Policy and Public Service from Albion College as well as a JD from Case Western Reserve University.

    Amy Dominguez-Arms

    Amy Dominguez-Arms consults with philanthropies and nonprofits on program strategy, design and implementation, grantmaking, and assessment. Currently Amy serves as the lead consultant for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Vote Your Voice initiative, which supports Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi organizations for their civic engagement activities. Amy also is a senior advisor with the National Democracy Funder Collaborative’s 2020 Census Project and Fair Representation in Redistricting Initiative.  

    Amy has worked with the Barr Foundation, Democracy Fund, Ford Foundation, Haas Jr. Fund, Hewlett Foundation, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, and Packard Foundation, among others.

    Amy earned her MPA at Harvard’s Kennedy School and her BA in International Relations and Spanish at Stanford University.

    Frank Fernandez
    President & CEO
    Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta


    Frank Fernandez joined the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta in August 2020, where he leads one of America’s top 20 largest community foundations.

    Prior to joining the Foundation, he served for six years as the Senior Vice President for The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation where he led transformational revitalization of Atlanta’s Westside while simultaneously directing Blank’s community development, global giving, health access and social justice initiatives.

    A recognized leader on affordable housing, transportation and economic development, Fernandez’ 15 years in management positions in Texas prior to joining the Blank Foundation included eight years leading Green Doors, an Austin nonprofit devoted to transforming lives and neighborhoods and five years as Deputy Director of PeopleFund, a community development financial institution.

    A son of Cuban immigrants, Frank is a Florida native and holds a B.A. in philosophy from Harvard University and an M.P.A. from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. After graduation, he worked on Wall Street as a public sector financial analyst for Salomon Smith Barney, structuring over $1 billion in financial transactions, before pursuing his graduate degree. 

    Rebecca Fishman Lipsey
    President and CEO, The Miami Foundation


    Prior to The Miami Foundation, Rebecca was the founder and CEO of Radical Partners, a social-impact accelerator that incubates organizations seeking to strengthen Miami.

    Before launching Radical Partners, Rebecca served as executive director of Teach For America in Miami-Dade. Under her leadership, the organization tripled in size and fundraising efforts multiplied 16-times over. She became the youngest person in history to be appointed to the Florida Board of Education, where she served a four-year term, overseeing educational policy that impacted 3 million students from kindergarten through college.  

    Rebecca began her career as a teacher in Harlem, NY. She holds a master’s from Bank Street College of Education, and graduated as valedictorian of her University of Pennsylvania undergraduate class.

    Program Moderator

    Susan Racher
    Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
    Wallace Coulter Foundation


    Susan is in charge of the endowment’s investment portfolio, including a portfolio of health care venture capital investments. She also oversees the tax; accounting; and compliance and is part of the grant team. Prior to joining the Foundation in 1998, Susan was a Senior Managing Director of Bank of America’s Florida Group, in charge of the bank’s $4 billion in capital committed to Florida corporations.  Susan was named as “Small Foundation Investment Manager for 2013” by Institutional Investor Magazine.   She has a B.A. from Smith College in English and Economics, and an M.B.A from the University of Chicago in Finance and Accounting.

    This event is open to all staff and board
    of FPN member organizations.

    For programmatic questions,
    please contact Geula Ferguson.
    For registration issues, please email here.

    • Wednesday, June 09, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Wednesday, December 08, 2021
    • (EST)
    • 4 sessions
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Supporting education issues, organizations & needs in Florida

    FPN's Education Affinity Group (EAG) is comprised of FPN members who share an interest in supporting education issues, organizations and needs in Florida.

    The EAG
    meets bimonthly to learn from each other, work together to improve the state's education outcomes and be a voice for Florida philanthropy on key education policy issues.

    This meeting is free for all members. Registration is required.


12157 W Linebaugh Ave, Suite # 384, Tampa, Florida 33626

Email: info@fpnetwork.org

Phone: 813-983-7399

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