Eunjoo Jung was the Girls Ignite! Grantmaking (GIG) Intern for the 2019 GIG Fellowship, a participatory grantmaking model intentionally created for young women or gender fluid youth (ages 14-18) in New York City. In this post, she reflects on her experience with The Foundation and learning more about philanthropy with four key lessons.
This summer, Vice President of Programs, Camille Emeagwali, participated in a panel discussion at Me Too Fund grantee partner FreeFrom’s inaugural Survivor Wealth Summit. She reflects on the experience in a Q&A with The Foundation’s Communications & Marketing Coordinator, Nina Rodgers.
Mobilizing for criminal justice reform can’t be done without creating a paradigm shift that centers the experiences of women and families. The New York Women’s Foundation has applied a gender and racial equity lens to this crisis to truly pave the way forward to justice, safety and the overall wellbeing of communities across New York City.