We invite you to join Arabella Advisors as we continue our Future of the Social Sector series exploring how philanthropy must adapt to an era of crises. Our next virtual convening will focus on:
During this event, we will explore what is driving the breakdown in social trust we are experiencing as a nation—including factors such as rising inequality, increased economic precarity for the middle and working class, and rapid demographic changes—and examine the role philanthropy and the social sector can play in countering this trend.
The conversation will feature Jeanné Lewis, interim CEO at Faith in Public Life, and Kara Inae Carlisle, vice president of programs at the McKnight Foundation; the conversation will be moderated by Loren McArthur, senior director at Arabella Advisors.
More on our featured speakers:
Jeanné Lewis serves as interim CEO at Faith in Public Life. She is a nonprofit executive, faith-based organizer, and an authority on creating empowered communities. She has dedicated her career to building bridges, closing equity gaps, and creating policies that lead to strong, thriving, and self-determined cities.
Kara Inae Carlisle is vice president of programs at the McKnight Foundation. In that role, she has led a transformation of program strategy and learning—responding to the fast-shifting context for social change, and ensuring that an analysis of race, equity, and democracy underlies all program strategies. With her leadership, the foundation’s programs today reflect more focus and integration, and a passionate commitment to equity and sustainability.
Loren McArthur is a senior director at Arabella who partners with institutional, corporate, and family clients to develop and execute high-impact advocacy strategies. Loren has more than 20 years of experience in community organizing, advocacy campaigns, electoral organizing, strategic communications, and policy development.