12:15 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
As explored in the Barriers to Capital report by Echoing Green and The Bridgespan Group, Black leaders consistently report raising fewer funds than their white counterparts. When Black social entrepreneurs surmount these barriers, they are faced with the difficult choice of accepting funding from sources that have a vested interest in the narratives, mindsets, and practices they are working to shift. This session will highlight the journey of Black social entrepreneurs who, out of necessity, have navigated a biased philanthropic landscape to achieve significant impact. We will discuss strategies for aligning values with impact and share best practices for managing that tension for both funders and social entrepreneurs.
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Mukuru Clean Stoves
Founders of Color
Senior Director, Global Partnerships & Equity
Founder & Executive Director