Equitable Grantmaking: Virtual Conversation

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Creating equitable access and supporting the residents and visitors to your county can be a challenge. With so much focus on multi-cultural relationships and community engagement, how do you consider the best options for investing support and where to invest that support?


Join Barbara Schaffer Bacon, Co-Director Animating Democracy and Suzan Jenkins, Chief Executive Office for Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, to learn more about Equity 360: Grantmaking and the tools and resources available to support you. Hear more about the work happening in the field and get expert advice about the work you are doing.

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Barbara Schaffer Bacon, Co-Director Animating Democracy, Americans for the Arts


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Suzan E. Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County


Moderator:

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Ruby Lopez Harper, Director of Local Arts Services, Americans for the Arts

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Barbara Schaffer Bacon, Co-Director Animating Democracy, Americans for the Arts

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Barbara Schaffer Bacon co-directs Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts that inspires, informs, promotes, and connects arts and culture as potent contributors to community, civic, and social change. Additionally, she contributes to Local Arts Advancement work at Americans for the Arts. Barbara has written, edited, and contributed to many publications including Trend or Tipping Point: Arts & Social Change Grantmaking; Civic Dialogue, Arts & Culture: Findings from Animating Democracy; Case Studies from Animating Democracy; Animating Democracy: The Artistic Imagination as a Force for Civic Dialogue; Fundamentals of Local Arts Management; and The Cultural Planning Work Kit. A consultant in program design and evaluation, Barbara has served as an adviser for state and national arts agencies and private foundations. Barbara previously served as executive director of the Arts Extension Service at the University of Massachusetts. She is president of the Arts Extension Institute, Inc. and a board member for WomenArts. Barbara served for 14 years on the Belchertown, MA School Committee. She currently serves as a member of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.



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Suzan E. Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County
Website: http://creativemoco.com/

Recognized as one of the Top CEOs You Need To Know in 2009 by The Gazette of Politics and Business, featured in Women Business Leaders of Maryland 2010, recipient of the Friend of Glen Echo Park Award in 2011 and winner of the 2012 Washingtonian Green Giant Award, Suzan Jenkins is a visionary CEO with a knack for leading cultural initiatives. She has over 20 years' extensive experience spearheading organizational and programmatic development in the non-profit arts and culture sector from world renown organizations such as the Rhythm and Blues Foundation, the Smithsonian Institution and the Recording Industry Association of America to name but a few. In May 2012 she will be awarded an Honorary Degree for Associate of Arts in Public Service from Montgomery College, Maryland and in February 2013 she was awarded the Jazz Service Award by the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival.

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