Every day, the Arabella Advisors team gets to work with a wide range of remarkable people who are helping to change the world for the better. Our goal with this podcast is to create a space where these changemakers and leaders can talk about their work, struggles, successes, challenges, and hopes for the future. We’re confident you’ll find them as inspiring as we do.
Benjamin Soskis and Philanthropic History
In this episode of our From Idea to Impact podcast, Arabella Senior Director Loren McArthur spoke to Benjamin Soskis, author, historian, and Senior Research Associate at Urban Institute. Their conversation covered how philanthropy can learn from the past and where we need to dream bigger.
For this episode of our From Idea to Impact podcast, Arabella President Rick Cruz spoke to Gabrielle Wyatt, social entrepreneur, educator, activist, and Founder of The Highland Project. Their conversation covered Black leadership and the power of education and activism.
Gabriel Jones and Chicago Frontlines Funding Initiative
In the first episode of season two of the “From Idea to Impact” podcast, Arabella Director Alex Matias spoke to former Arabellan and friend, Gabriel Jones. Their conversation covered environmental justice, power, philanthropy, and more.
Looking Forward with Hope; Reflections from Season One
In this final “From Idea to Impact” Season One episode, we look back at the optimism and hope our guests inspired in us over the course of our first season. So many of our guests expressed their hope for the next generation and the changes they will help drive.
Dr. Jackie Bouvier Copeland and Black Philanthropy Month
In this episode of Arabella Advisors’ podcast, Senior Director of Advisory Services at Arabella, Leslie Bernard spoke with Dr. Jackie Bouvier Copeland, Founder and Chief Architect of Black Philanthropy Month and The WISE Fund.