The New Philanthropists is very excited to have Andrea Herrera Moreno join the Board of Directors! Andrea is the Executive Director of Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, which focuses on increasing students from underrepresented groups that choose engineering careers. In addition, she has over ten years of experience in the fields of community development, positive youth development, and out-of-school […]
The New Philanthropists proudly welcomes Janice Omadeke and Ian Burk to join our Board of Directors. Janice Omadeke is the CEO and Founder of The Mentor Method, an enterprise platform helping companies keep and develop their diverse talent using the proven power of mentorship. Ian Burk is currently leading in the tech industry with his role at Upland Software and has […]
The New Philanthropists proudly welcomes Cody Horton to join our Board of Directors. Cody comes with extensive experience in diversity recruitment and leadership development. TNP looks forward to having him support our mission and growth in the coming year. Learn more about him and all of our board of directors here: TNP Board of Directors
The New Philanthropists is proud to introduce our new additions to the board of directors. We are building a dream team of professionals that not only believe in our mission but are also leading the conversation in their own communities on diversity, equity and inclusion. We are excited to have their expertise, cultural values and drive to continue to make […]
The New Philanthropists proudly announces the launch of the Board Mentors of Color program! This unique opportunity supports new and experienced board members of color by matching them with established community leaders as mentors in order to develop community leadership skills, build & deepen community relationships and gain support in navigating Austin nonprofit boards. Throughout the rest of 2019, selected participants (mentees) […]
We’re excited to be hosting TNP: Call to Leadership this week. We’ll be gathering Leaders of Color in Austin to discuss diversity and leadership in the nonprofit sector and ways we can make Austin a more inclusive community.
We’re excited to be part of the DOVIA Conference where our board members, Paulina Artieda and Llyas Salahud-din will share strategies for recruiting people of color for your organizations.