Meet leah nahmias Leah serves as a community leadership officer. What excites you about your new role? I started my career as a teacher so I’m excited to be back in a role where my work directly impacts kids, even if I’m not interacting with them every day. Plus educators and others who work with […]Read More.
Black Philanthropy Month, observed every August, is a global initiative that shows the ingenuity and transformative impact of the generosity of Black philanthropists. An important portion of this month is highlighting the experiences and uplifting the Black voices in the philanthropic sector. Read from some of our own staff on their perspectives being in this space.Read More.
Meet Larry Smith. Larry serves as the Director of Development for the Hamilton County Community Foundation. What excites you about your new role? I am excited about the opportunity to serve the people of Hamilton County, which has been my home for about five years. (I was born and reared in Indy.) Hamilton County is […]Read More.
meet makenzie healy. She is the new opportunity, equity and inclusion coordinator at CICF. In this role, she oversees the day-to-day operations of the department and serves as the liaison to CICF’s community ambassadors. What excites you about your new role? What excites me about this new role is the ability to do such meaningful […]Read More.
After 100 days under the current presidency, thousands flocked to Washington D.C. to demand immigration reform. Hector Morales Hernandez, local activist and CICF grants coordinator, made the trek to join in on the action. We sat down for an interview to explore his experience on that day with the organization Movimiento CosechaRead More.
Travis is the new director of development and gift planning at CICF. In this role, Travis works with fundholders to create new donor-directed funds in various ways, including various gift planning vehicles.Read More.