ACCP welcomes Kristin Jarrett, Sr. Manager, and Kathleen Harrington, Program Coordinator, from Booz Allen Hamilton Community Impact and Philanthropy to present an educational webcast. This free webcast is open to both members and nonmembers, and will be close-captioned and recorded.
Following the announcement of their 2020 Race and Social Equity Agenda, Booz Allen launched a Race and Social Equity Grants Program and invited employees to nominate and advocate for nonprofit organizations, around the world, to receive corporate grant funding and employee-backed programmatic support from Booz Allen volunteers. The grants were focused on serving communities in the greatest need and advancing intersectional equity to create opportunity and access for all. Join us for this discission on using grantmaking to drive equity in your local community and learn how you can empower employees as community advocates to create a locally focused grants program that helps create sustained impact.
Kristin Jarrett, Sr. Manager, Community Impact and Philanthropy, Booz Allen Hamilton
Kathleen Harrington, Program Coordinator, Community Impact and Philanthropy, Booz Allen Hamilton