CHIP and Penn SP2 host events on racial equity and gender disparities

2021 Racial Equity & Philanthropy Panel

Organized by the Nonprofit Leadership Master’s Program and Center for Social Impact Strategy at Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice, the panel was held on February 3 to discuss the role of philanthropy in furthering racial justice.

CHIP Executive Director Kat Rosqueta moderated the discussion, featuring Dr. Abhishek Bhati (Assistant Professor in Political Science, Bowling Green State University), Matt Stephenson (Co-Founder & CEO, Code2College), and Iimay Ho (Executive Director, Resource Generation).

Women and Wealth: How Gender Disparities Impact Financial Security

On March 22, Ben Jealous (President of People for the American Way), Kat Rosqueta (Executive Director, CHIP), and Amy Castro Baker (Assistant Professor, Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice) held a conversation on how gender disparities impact financial security.

The event was the third in the SP2 Speaker Series on Confronting Racial Injustice and the Inequities of the Pandemic. Hosted by Ben Jealous, Visiting Scholar, Annenberg School for Communication, Penn Carey Law School, and School of Social Policy & Practice, this series focuses on how data-informed social policy and evidence-based practice in social work are being used to identify and design solutions for the complex social problems in America today.

Video recording forthcoming