Join us for our Mosaic Fellowship community session:

Progress in Equity

Wednesday, March 16
Noon – 1 p.m.

Join panelists Pamela Ross, vice president of community leadership and equitable initiatives, The Indianapolis Foundation; Andrew Black, director of grantmaking and community impact, The Arthur Dean Foundation; and Kiera Amstutz, president and CEO, Indiana Humanities, as they discuss how funders are evaluating progress toward equity in not-for-profits and how they are holding their own organizations accountable.  

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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.