Friends of Ebonie Hosts “Defining Young Black Philanthropy” Nov. 15

Millennials, aka young professionals, have the greatest social media & pop culture influence. But do we really know what it takes to be influencers of philanthropy?

Join Friends of Ebonie for an evening of mingling and conversation about who we are as influencers, how this impacts our communities and in what ways are we (re)defining philanthropy. Stay ’til the end to meet and greet non-profits who are looking for volunteer leaders like you!

Ticket Price Includes:

  • Complimentary drinks sponsored by Ciroc
  • Networking with NYC’s best young professionals of color engaged in social responsibility
  • Meet n’ greet NYC non-profit organizations seeking new diverse volunteers & board members

MODERATOR:

Jovian Irvin @jovizi, Managing Director, Talent Recruitment and Strategy, The Wondaland Arts Society: Official Chasemaster

PANELISTSMike Muse @iammikemuse, CEO Muse Recordings & Member of President Obama National Finance Committee; Virginia Almendarez, Director of Individual Gifts, The Apollo Theater; Nubia Murray @nubiashines, Senior Associate, Strategic Philanthropic Initiatives, JP Morgan Chase; Amanda Ebokosia @ebokosia, Founder & CEO of The Gem Project, Inc.

COMMUNITY PARTNER: Imagine Harlem

NON PROFIT PARTICIPANTS: New York Needs You, Generation Schools Figure Skating in Harlem, Girls Write Now, The Apollo Theater, Young Patrons Program

Latoya Henry is the publisher and founder of Haute Giving: The Sexy Side of Philanthropy.
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