Join us for our Mosaic Fellowship community session:

Power, Money and Time: Defining Equity for Your Organization

—with Minal Bopaiah

Wednesday, June 15
12 – 1 p.m.

a digital session over Zoom (link will be sent to registered guests)

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The Indianapolis Foundation & Leadership Indianapolis


Join the Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, and Leadership Indianapolis for the next Mosaic Fellowship community convening on Wednesday, June 15 at noon. We are thrilled to have Minal Bopaiah, author of Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives and a strategic consultant, lead this session.

With nearly 20 years of professional experience, Bopaiah’s areas of expertise include human-centered design, behavior change psychology, and the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) as they relate to media, marketing and communications. As the Founder and Principal Consultant of Brevity & Wit, Bopaiah is passionate about designing for equity. Her work includes working with NPR’s news managers to design a system for diversifying news sources. She is also the creator and facilitator for the DEI Executive Forum, a six-month cohort learning experience for general managers in public media that helps them become more equitable leaders and develop a strategic plan to accomplish their IDEA goals. 


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The Mosaic Fellowship was established in partnership with The Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of CICF, and Leadership Indianapolis to increase diversity on boards not just so that boards look differently, but so they work differently. By providing support to both individuals and organizations, Mosaic aims to shift power, elevate new voices and grow the perspectives included on not-for-profit boards throughout our community. The initiative includes quarterly programming, open to the community and designed to build better, more equitable board leadership in Indianapolis.