2021 Annual Meeting
Thank you for Joining us at the intersection
The Community Foundation exists as a point of intersection. We guide our donors on their philanthropic journeys while balancing the competing demands of today’s most pressing issues and the unforeseeable challenges of the future.
We are excited to explore with you the intersection of wealth and need in our region and share an exciting look at our future direction as a community philanthropy.
A distinguished group of philanthropic and financial experts offered their personal and professional reflections on the racial wealth gap and its effects on the economy, educational outcomes, the environment and more. Together, we examined the possibility of redefining wealth to encompass multiple forms of capital that can help advance the health and prosperity of our community.
Our featured speakers include:
Tonia Wellons, President and CEO, Greater Washington Community Foundation
Michelle Singletary, Washington Post personal finance columnist and best-selling author
Sarah Moore Johnson, Founding Partner, Birchstone Moore LLC
You will also hear an update on The Community Foundation’s investment options and their performance. And, we will offer specific ideas for actions you can take that align with our focus on closing the racial wealth gap.
Lesley-Jane Dixon, Chair of The Community Foundation Investment Committee and Senior Vice President, Clark Enterprises, Inc.
Glenn Harris, Outsourced Chief Investment Officer, SEI
Rebecca Rothey, Chief Philanthropy Officer, Greater Washington Community Foundation
Contact us to discuss how you can get involved in our work to ensure that together we prosper.