Lowell Funders' Network Meeting
Grantmaker, Philanthropic Advisor
At this annual gathering, we will discuss local strategies and efforts to address racial and ethnic inequities related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the public education system.
The following individuals will contribute their perspectives:
- U.S. Congresswoman Lori Trahan, representing the 3rd District of MA
- Susan West Levine, Chief Executive Officer, Lowell Community Health Center
- Sheila Och, Chief of Community Health & Policy, Lowell Community Health Center
- Latifah Phillips, Chief Equity and Engagement Officer, Lowell Public Schools
This Zoom gathering will include an opportunity to share updates with peer funders from Lowell and beyond. Funders from across Massachusetts with an interest in Lowell are invited to attend.
Partners for this program include Greater Lowell Community Foundation, Philanthropy Massachusetts, Nathaniel & Elizabeth P. Stevens Foundation and The Theodore Edson Parker Foundation.
*Though formal meeting is scheduled to end at 11:30am, there will be time for additional conversation and open networking from 11:30am-11:45am*
Zoom information will be sent via email in advance of the meeting.
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Going Green: In our continued efforts to Go Green in the office, our first step is providing a water station in our conference room for use at our programs, replacing bottled water. You may use your own personal beverage container or cups will be made available. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.