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ETHOS Series: Building trust begins at home - Practices that Advance (or Weaken) Trust Within Your Organization - Shared screen with speaker view
Kaki friskics-warren
24:07
Kaki, Nashville TN
Matt Oldani
24:19
Matt Oldani, St. Louis, MO
Brenda Solorzano
24:21
Brenda Solorzano, Headwaters Foundation, Missoula MT
Toya Wall
24:21
Hi everyone - Toya Wall, Ascendium Education Group, calling in from Cincinnati, OH. It's near 50 today!
Alison Woods
24:22
Good afternoon! Alison Woods at the Community Foundation of Eastern CT in New London, CT
Lisa Carman
24:22
Lisa Carman, calling from San Diego
Liz Bremner
24:23
Hi I’m Liz from Toronto, Canada
Ellen Carter
24:23
Hi Everyone! Francesca Evangelista, Program Officer for Connecticut Community Foundation.
Kameron Green (SCG) she/her/Queen
24:26
Good morning everyone! Kameron Green, SCG ….greetings from sunny So Cal!
Karen Guile, Health Forward, Kansas City
24:26
Karen Guile, Health Forward Foundation, Kansas City, MO
Dana Williams
24:27
Real County Community Initiative, Kerrville, TX
Briana Wales
24:31
Hello, Briana Wales, VP of People and Culture at Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
Caitlin Brune
24:32
Good morning from the unceded territory of the Awaswas/Amah Mutsun tribal band on the Central Coast.
Diana Alonso
24:32
Diana Alonso, Los Angeles CA
Shawn Escoffery
24:33
Hi Everyone!
Claire Groebner (she/her)
24:35
Claire, Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center in National City, CA
Derek Oye (he/him)
24:35
Derek Oye from The Rose Hills Foundation in Los Angeles. Nice to be here with everyone!
Srik Gopal
24:37
Srik Gopal, Humanity United, Washington, DC
Lisa Weinstein
24:38
Lisa Weinstein, Wilburforce Foundation, Seattle WA
Martha Richards
24:39
Martha, James F and Marion L. Miller Foundation, Portland, Oregon
Ayleen Correa
24:40
Hi everyone! Ayleen here with Catchafire! Joining from the Bronx, NY
Susan Beaudry
24:41
Hello everyone! Susan from Ohio.
Lori Nascimento
24:46
Good morning! It's Lori from TCE (Los Angeles Office)
Gerlie Collado
24:48
Gerlie Collado, joining from Tongva Land/Los Angeles
Shawn Escoffery
24:49
Shawn Escoffery, Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation - Los Angeles, CA
Chris Murchison
24:49
Oakland! 365 ppl??!! WOW!!!
Joyce Ybarra
24:52
Joyce Ybarra, Weingart Foundation, Los Angeles CA
Naomie Macena
24:53
Naomie, New York
Suki O'Kane
24:53
suki o’kane she/her connecting from unceded Ohlone territory in The Town
Richard Vezina
24:54
Richard Vezina, Blue Shield of CA Foundation in San Francisco, CA
Jennifer Curry
24:55
Jennifer Curry, Beaverton OR
Katie Mackenzie
24:56
Sarah Lyding, The Music Man Foundation in Los Angeles, CA
Marci Hladik
24:58
Greetings! Marci Hladik from Caring for Denver Foundation in Colorado!
Gary Sanford
24:58
Gary Sanford, Caring for Denver Foundation, Denver Colorado
Zenia Dacio-Mesina
24:58
Hi everyone! Zenia Dacio-Mesina, Grants and Portfolio Manager with the World Education Services Mariam Assefa Fund, in NY, NY
Jeanne Cragin
25:02
Jeanne Cragin, Wilburforce Foundation, Seattle Duwamish/Coast Salish territory
Betsy Fairbanks
25:03
Betsy Fairbanks, Santa Cruz mountains, CA
Jim Herr
25:06
Good Morning Everyone! Coming in from Los Angeles
Jen Nation
25:06
Good morning! Jen from Olivewood Gardens in National City, CA!
Paola Cubias (she,her) Tides
25:07
Paola Cubias, Tides, Vallejo, CA
Jessika Ava
25:07
Jessika, ProVeg International Grants Program, calling from Oaxaca, Mexico
Jill Blair
25:07
Jill Blair, Consultant - calling in from Atlanta, GA, my new home as of February 1st.
Beth Tigay
25:08
Good morning! Beth Tigay, Fineshriber Family Foundation, Los Angeles
Leigh Quarles
25:09
Leigh Quarles, Health Forward Foundation, Kansas City, MO
Monica Fischer
25:11
Monica Fischer - Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Annie PlotkinMadrigal
25:11
Hi everyone! Annie Plotkin Madrigal with the Equation Campaign calling in from Chicago.
Katie Harkin
25:12
Good morning all, Katie from Pacifica, CA.
Caitlin Brune
25:15
Sooo happy to be in this big gathering of people who care about trust-building.
Kirstin Yeado
25:16
Good Afternoon! Kirstin Yeado, Program Officer with Ascendium Education. Calling in from Milwaukee, WI.
Lauren McCort
25:16
Hi everyone - Lauren McCort with Youth INC in NYC!
Carolyn Winn
25:16
Morning! Carolyn Winn, United Way of San Diego County.
Ashley Miller
25:17
Hello from the traditional unceded territory of the Kumeyaay people - San Diego, CA
Naomi Kleitman
25:20
Naomi in Rockville, MD
Jan Martin
25:20
Good Morning! Jan from Omaha, NE
Vanessa Stevens (she/her) Global Fund for Children
25:23
Hello! Vanessa Stevens from Global Fund for Children, DC area!
Dalsin DALSIN
25:28
Mary Dalsin - GHR Foundation - Minneapolis
Tara Westman
25:33
Tara Westman (she/her) from The California Endowment in Los Angeles, C
Yvonne Thomas
25:37
Hello! This is Yvonne Thomas from Seattle, WA
Carolynn Lee
25:38
Carolynn Lee, Ascendium Education Group. I'm based in Sheboygan, WI.
Eddy Zheng - Ohlone Land - he/him
25:40
Happy new breath everyone. Eddy Zheng, New Breath Foundation, he/him, Ohlone Land in Oakland Ca
Jennifer Kaizer
25:41
Hello! Jennifer Kaizer, Nathan Cummings Foundation, joining from Brooklyn, NY.
Claudia Leung
25:43
Claudia Leung, she/they, Just Beginnings Collaborative, Chochenyo Ohlone land/Oakland, California
Akilah Massey
25:46
Akilah, GEO in Washington, DC. hey everyone!
Monica Banks
25:46
Monica Banks, Southern California Grantmakers, Long Beach, CA
David Onek (he/him)
25:47
David Onek, Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund (SV2)
A. Sparks
25:56
Hello everyone! Sparks here from San Francisco and Masto Foundation
Elena Chavez Quezada
26:17
Good morning! Elena Chavez Quezada from the San Francisco Foundation
Laura Guerrero Nieto
26:24
Hello! Laura Guerrero Nieto, (she/ella), Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, Tongva land in Los Angeles,.
Angie Valdericeda
26:26
Angie Valdericeda, Inland Empire Community Foundation, Riverside, CA
Jazmin Gonzalez
26:27
Jazmin Gonzalez, Sobrato Philanthropies - Bay Area, CA
Briana Wales
26:30
First one
Lisa Downey
26:34
Lisa Downey, Morgan Family Foundation, Los Altos, CA. Good morning, all!
Pam Smith
26:36
help everyone - Pam Smith, Ann Arbor, MI
Pam Smith
26:48
Hahah - hello! No help needed
Maryann Rainey
27:01
Hi Everyone! Maryann Rainey with Ascendium Education Group; based in Columbus, OH.
Subashini Ganesan
27:06
Good morning! Subashini Ganesan - Miller Foundation - Multnomah, Clackamas, Wasco, Kalapuya and many other tribes (Portland, OR).
Viviana Perez
27:16
Viviana Perez with Democracy Fund
Shruti Jayaraman
27:45
Good morning, Shruti/ Chicago Beyond (in.... Chicago)
Dara Johnson
27:48
Hello! Dara Johnson, Horning Family Fund, Washington DC
Julia Wilson
28:20
Hello! Julia Wilson, John Paul Stevens Fellowship Foundation - in the San Francisco Bay Area on unceded stolen ancestral land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people.
Briana Wales
30:02
Thank you for that.
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
39:22
Good morning everyone! I'll share the prompts here:
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
39:27
Bring to mind a moment at work where you felt great trust in a team you belonged to.
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
39:39
What created that trust?
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
39:47
What would disrupt that trust?
Jocelyn Arnold
42:28
1. My team pre-COVID, 2. authentic interactions and partnership towards a common goal. Similar personalities. 3. COVID. Budget cuts and misaligned & conflicting views on the "new normal", what it all means & the best ways to proceed and what to focus on.
Jocelyn Arnold
43:28
Not sure if we were supposed to share, but there it is! :)
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
43:51
Thank you for sharing Jocelyn! Great insights
Jill Blair
45:11
The work we do on the outside can be no better than the work we have done on the inside...
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
46:02
I’m going to tweet that Jill! Thank you :) (and hi!!)
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
56:27
I was just thinking that! Trust is ongoing hard work. It's not an endpoint. It's a journey and it must be continuously cultivated to sustain. Trust easily comes and goes and the smallest "mistakes" a funder makes (however innocent) can have massive impacts because of the power imbalance, so it's a delicate balance of integrity and accountability.
Solome Lemma
57:27
Absolutely, Isabel. Thank you for that. That is the process of trust— a journey we need to cultivate consistently and constantly.
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
57:30
Yes Isabel! Great points, thank you!
Janice Tufte
59:24
Not recognizing experienced harms
Nelida Valentin
59:26
negative comments about someone on team
Martha Richards
59:26
need to know leadership
Tara Westman
59:26
self-focus
Lisa Weinstein
59:26
sidebar conversations with colleagues instead of discussing issues directly.
Richard Vezina
59:26
Breaking commitments that are made together
Lisa Downey
59:26
Gossip/backbiting, territorialism
Megan Johnston
59:26
Unclear values and expectations
Dana Williams she/her
59:27
Not truly having buy-in in the organization's work
Laura Campos
59:27
Lack of transparency, feeling of secrecy, lots of pointing out small errors
Marcia Nichoel-Polycarpe
59:27
lack of credibility
Alison Woods
59:27
Hypocrisy
Yvonne Thomas
59:27
Lack of transparency creates lack of trust.
Blair Weibert
59:27
Showing a lack of empathy towards others
Annie PlotkinMadrigal (she/her) Chicago, IL
59:27
Lack of clarity around decision making policies and structure.
Jean Mineo (she/her)
59:28
misalignment
Darrell Musick
59:28
Poor performance
Lori Nascimento
59:28
lack of transparency
Brenda Solorzano
59:28
inconsistent behavior by leaders
Srik Gopal
59:28
Unproductive patterns of behavior by leadership
Beth Tigay
59:29
Fragile egos
Carolyn Winn
59:29
Taking credit for other's ideas
Lisa Carman
59:29
lack of authenticity
Jen Nation (she/hers)
59:29
No follow through
Ana Marie Argilagos
59:30
respect -or lack of
Zenia Dacio-Mesina
59:30
afraid to make mistakes
Toya Wall
59:30
Inconsistency
Kim McClain
59:32
gossip
Kirstin Yeado
59:33
lack of communication
Vanessa Stevens (she/her) Global Fund for Children
59:33
Leadership says one thing but does another; misalignment between values and actions
Kelli Doyle
59:35
inconsistency, abandonment, self-centered thinking/acting
Claire Groebner (she/her)
59:37
Lack of shared values/goals, dishonesty, lack of communication
Jeanne Cragin she/her
59:39
judging
Gerlie Collado
59:41
Not being transparent
Shruti Jayaraman
59:45
Actions don't match words
Padmini Parthasarathy
59:45
unclear communication
Eddy Zheng - Ohlone Land - he/him
59:51
inequity in decision making and living wage, lack of communication, no transparency, changed values
Dalsin DALSIN
59:51
stealing the air in the room
Diana Sieger
01:00:00
judging
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
01:00:06
Lack of understanding each other's context/challenges. Miscommunication. Intention vs. Impact.
Ashley Miller
01:00:07
Little communication/low engagement/disinterest in whole person
Amy Freeman
01:00:07
Hidden agendas
Bethany Miller
01:00:07
hording information, relationships
Lauren McDermott
01:00:07
Hierarchy
Jill Blair
01:00:07
Judgement self and otherwise
Veena Khandke
01:00:07
Not using democratic principles in decision making
Kaki friskics-warren
01:00:07
sudden, unpredictable change of direction without input from others.
Subashini Ganesan
01:00:08
judgement without listening
Suki O'Kane
01:00:08
perception that not all staff have interest, capacity or authority in strategic matters
Ayleen Correa (she/her)
01:00:08
Harmful actions and language regardless of intentionality
Jennifer Curry (she/her/hers)
01:00:08
not listening
Liz Bremner
01:00:08
False optimism, lack of knowledge-sharing, being dishonest and inauthentic, being proud
Shawn Escoffery
01:00:08
Lack of clarity / understanding
Carlos Medina (he/him/his) Catalyst
01:00:08
Passive aggression
Christina Matlick
01:00:08
Disingenuity
Calleen O'Neall
01:00:08
Lack of communication, afraid to ask questions
Pam Smith
01:00:08
Not living the org's values
Stacey Street (she/her)
01:00:08
not giving an opportunity for people to give input
Jennifer Kaizer
01:00:08
Lack of clear expectations
Briana Wales
01:00:09
Inauthentic behavior and making assumptions, not openly sharing, or thinking that not everyone "needs to know" the details or thought processes behind our efforts. Openly stating suspicions over confidence. Micromanaging.
Dara Johnson
01:00:09
disconnect between actions and words
Elaine Mui
01:00:09
Misunderstanding of intensions.
Renee Steffen
01:00:09
competition
julie dubick
01:00:09
conflicting directions and conflicting supervisors
Naomi Kleitman
01:00:10
Setting leaders apart/above everyone else
Paola Cubias (she,her) Tides
01:00:10
not following through with commitments; not asking for help
Joyce Ybarra (she/her)
01:00:10
lack of agency
Karen Winston
01:00:10
Work arounds done rather than communicating directly with team members
Laura Guerrero Nieto (she/ella)
01:00:10
unidentified white supremacy, respectability politics, inequity, lack transparency
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:00:10
power hoarding
Elyse Veloria
01:00:11
Lack of transparency
Caitlin Brune
01:00:11
fear
Gillian Knight
01:00:11
mismatch between actions and communication
Clara Steele
01:00:11
Inconsistency in practicing values
Lauren McCort
01:00:11
Incosistency
Katie Hong
01:00:11
fear, lack of clear agreements that we hold each other accountable to
Naomie Macena
01:00:12
Lack of transparency
Margherita Vacchiano
01:00:14
lack of being seen and heard
Celia Cudiamat
01:00:14
undermining
Julia Wilson (she/her)
01:00:15
Contempt, blaming
Katie Harkin
01:00:15
lack of transparency about decision-making and opportunities to engage
Heather Johnson-Banks
01:00:16
constant negativity
Maryann Rainey
01:00:16
Trust would be disrupted if someone did not follow through or decisions were made without clarity or bringing the team in for input
Jim Herr
01:00:17
lack of transparency
Katie Mackenzie
01:00:18
Ego from leadership. Must be right.
Kelsie Hamilton
01:00:19
Differing levels of vulnerability on the team
Max Freund | IE Funders Alliance (he/him)
01:00:23
Second-guessing decisions; different levels of access/influence
Jim Herr
01:00:30
expectations are not managed
Angie Valdericeda
01:00:32
Being left out of critical planning meetings
Toya Wall
01:01:06
hierarchy
Ellen Carter
01:04:51
I would love to hear how Shawn's organization has moved toward trust if it started in a transactional place.
Betsy Fairbanks
01:08:42
Can you speak more to how keeping a poker face aligns with transparency?
Jill Blair
01:09:12
COVID introduces a level of emotionality that derives from our common experience but DEPRIVES us of the intimacy that derives from physical presence and connection.
Nelida Valentin
01:10:43
facial expressions have a freeze or relief effect for the person trying to share...
Brenda Solorzano
01:10:56
+1 Jill Blair, its why we start all our meetings with a personal check-in.
Shawn Escoffery
01:12:05
@Nelida Absolutely!!!
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:12:05
trust = i will go to bat for you.
Nelida Valentin
01:12:31
also the thought that an email is sufficient way of communicating something important or requesting info from a staff-member...we are all likely experiencing email "exhaustion"....
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:12:41
Loving all these points from Solome.
Jim Herr
01:12:43
I was coaching a team virtually and there was a moment of disagreement with the team leader and a slowly the staff members began to slip offscreen to the point I could only see the tops of their heads. That body language spoke volumes.
Amy Freeman
01:16:11
Am really interested in hearing how to build trust with someone that is always on the defensive and never accepts personal responsibility?
Janice Tufte
01:17:00
accepting and or forgiving forgetfulness or not
Kameron Green (SCG) she/her/Queen
01:17:07
Please remember to include your questions for our panelists here.
Giuliana Estrada
01:17:21
As leaders, how do you balance / weave-in the work between building trust w staff and doing the work ?
Padmini Parthasarathy
01:17:34
I would like to hear the panelists' thoughts about establishing trust across unequal power dynamics.
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:17:38
adrienne mares brown: “trust the people and the people become trustworthy"
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:17:41
*maree
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
01:17:47
That part.
Paola Cubias (she,her) Tides
01:17:51
comment on 1/3 people do not trust employers: part of that might have to do with lack of transparency about compensation. Without transparency in compensation (salary ranges, for example) and transparency in performance reviews, employees exist in a competitive space without clear parameters about their job security.
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:18:06
Reflection Question: When you think about a time when you had trust, what actions allowed you to feel that trust?
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:18:35
@Paola, I agree.
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:18:50
Job insecurity is a huge part of this.
Jill Blair
01:18:52
The word transparency speaks to the notion THAT you see rather than WHAT you see.
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:19:10
LINK TO WORD CLOUD POLL:https://www.menti.com/zwg7es856z
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:20:40
what a gorgeous collection of words and actions
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:21:07
Not coincidentally these align with many of the values of TBP! :)
Nelida Valentin
01:21:24
Love being with all of you! Have to hop off for a staff meeting...thanks so much for holding this session...
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:21:30
Thanks Nelida!
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:21:34
Bye Nelida! Thanks for being with us!
Liz Bremner
01:21:45
I have to hop off for another meeting - thank you, this was really reflective!
Max Freund | IE Funders Alliance (he/him)
01:21:56
A note: research on trust has identified three key dimensions: benevolence (affective trust; belief that someone has my best interests at heart), competence (that they are capable of doing what they promise), honesty/integrity (that their stated values and actions are aligned, transparent, and authentic). https://insight.kellogg.northwestern.edu/article/cultivating-trust-is-critical-and-surprisingly-complex
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:22:12
Great resource, Max, thank you!
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:26:04
Love that! We own our mistakes and understand that is part of being human, and it helps build trust. Thank yo Solome
Elaine Mui
01:27:14
Thank you Solome! Love the passing of culture and values on the onboard process.
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
01:30:17
wow
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:36:04
Key points from Shawn: be direct and transparent, don’t string people along. Clarity and transparency in a grantee relationship are essential to building trust, even if it’s hard news that you’re delivering
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
01:36:36
Shawn is out here doing the most. Thank you for the ways you model leadership.
Jill Blair
01:36:44
GREAT discussion...thank you!!!
Karen Guile, Health Forward, Kansas City
01:36:53
Our organization engaged in Speed of Trust training from Franklin Covey: https://www.speedoftrust.com/
Karen Guile, Health Forward, Kansas City
01:36:57
We then divided staff out into interdepartmental groups of 4-5 people and implemented weekly “Trust Huddles” in which we worked on the tools shared in the Speed of Trust, as well as simply strengthened our relationships, shared, listened. It’s been incredibly beneficial and has really strengthened our team culture.
Jennifer Curry (she/her/hers)
01:37:45
I'm mindful of how our leader has talked about how much time it takes to build trust and how quickly you can break trust.
Chris Murchison
01:38:33
Maybe 25% of all of our jobs should be tending to our relationships with colleagues!
Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez
01:38:48
YES
Carolynn Lee
01:39:07
(Paraphrasing): 'If you focus on this, it makes everything else easier.' Thank you!
Beth Tigay
01:40:07
Yes to the time and intention it takes build real trust…ant the speed that it can be broken. Very fragile.
Beth Tigay
01:40:17
and*
Subashini Ganesan
01:41:15
"How do you seek to be transformed?" - Thank you Solome. Reflection and trust hand in hand.
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:41:18
Yes!
Lori Nascimento
01:41:50
Thanks so much - great conversation. I have to jump off now.
Beth Tigay
01:42:13
I experienced a situation where I felt true trust within a team. One conversation broke the trust. We are able to build back a relationship, but for me, the trust was broken forever.
Beth Tigay
01:42:48
Can it be built back again?
Alison Woods
01:43:02
I have to jump off but thank you so much for this wonderful conversation and inspiration!
Shawn Escoffery
01:43:21
@Beth, It can...but it will take time and a lot of work
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:43:34
I hear you, Beth. I think it requires a lot of work. And a lot of vulnerability and willingness to forgive.
Shawn Escoffery
01:43:42
a lot of work...
Max Freund | IE Funders Alliance (he/him)
01:43:49
Yes!!! I was just formulating this as Chris made his comment: One other aspect of trust that needs unpacking is that it takes place against a backdrop of historical experience and collective trauma at multiple levels: individual, organizational, and societal/cultural. Distrust is never only about what you are doing now, but also about what people who have been burned or marginalized bring to it from their experience. Trust-building requires holding loving space for people to release and heal the emotional/embodied/narrative residue (and continued re-traumatization).
Caitlin Brune
01:44:15
+1 Max. Very wise & true.
Beth Tigay
01:44:36
Thanks, Shawn and Kate. I am hopeful, but when the other person cannot see their part in how the trust was broken, it is really challenging.
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:44:48
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Solome Lemma
01:45:26
Yes, Max!
LOUISA KAMPS
01:45:31
so helpful to hear language (new to me) applied to familiar organizational challenges and their effects. thank you!
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:46:29
@Beth - I think it takes TIME as well... it can't be rushed. "move and the pace of trust" comes to mind.
Claudia Leung (she/they)
01:46:31
What was the name of the organization Chris just mentioned?
Caitlin Brune
01:46:39
Organization Unbound
Julia Wilson (she/her)
01:46:43
Thank you so much for this powerful conversation!
Caitlin Brune
01:47:00
Very beautiful, evergreen yet timely conversation. THANK YOU!
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:47:02
We'll send some of these resources out in the follow up email as well!
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:47:03
What a great session! Please do fill out our survey if you have 3 minutes! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BD27DXK
Solome Lemma
01:47:30
Sorry, using two devices. Start from where you are. Start today. Give yourself permission not to always get it right.
Shaady Salehi (she/her)
01:48:16
Join us for the next session! https://trustbasedphilanthropy.org/events/2021/3/30/ethos-series-confronting-power
Kelli Doyle
01:48:20
Will the recording be distributed?
Caitlin Brune
01:48:22
Thank you all!
Martha Richards
01:48:35
thank you all for this discussion!
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:48:36
Thank you ALL for such a wonderful conversation. This was so rich and insightful.
Lisa Downey
01:48:37
Thanks so much--very insightful panelists and facilitation!
Caitlin Brune
01:48:37
Bravo Kameron!!!
Lauren McCort
01:48:46
Thank you all!
Claire Groebner (she/her)
01:48:47
Incredible conversation. Thank you for sharing your experiences, expertise, and insights with us!
Megan Johnston
01:48:52
Thank you so much!
Beth Tigay
01:48:57
Really great…thank you!!!
Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:49:05
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Kate Seely (NCG, host) she/her/hers
01:49:18
Next session:https://trustbasedphilanthropy.org/events/2021/3/30/ethos-series-confronting-power
A. Sparks
01:49:22
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Briana Wales
01:49:36
Thank you so much. I cannot believe the 90 minutes is over. I could have stayed an listened and participated for much longer.
Stacey Street (she/her)
01:49:44
Thank you so much - very inspiring and helpful!
Lisa Weinstein
01:49:49
Fantastic session. Thank you!
Ayleen Correa (she/her)
01:49:51
Thank you this was great!
Solome Lemma
01:49:54
Thank you, Kameron, Shaady, and Chris for holding this important conversation. Thank you Brenda and Shawn, delighted to learn rom you today. And thank you all, the chat were excellent.
Marcia Nichoel-Polycarpe
01:49:57
Thanks
Gerlie Collado
01:49:57
Thank you, all!