Young Leaders in Philanthropy
Young Leaders in Philanthropy is a Peer Community for emerging grantmakers across greater Indianapolis and Central Indiana. This learning and networking series welcomes local philanthropic professionals between the ages of 21 – 40 (give or take a few years). Register to attend our next Virtual Brown Bag Lunch.
About Peer Communities
IPA Peer Communities offer our members ongoing opportunities to connect and learn with their peers with similar job responsibilities either regionally or statewide. Peer Communities connect members through listserv discussions, regular round-robin calls and an in-person convenings.
Interested in joining this Peer Community? Contact IPA Director of Learning Jill Gordon.
Young Leaders in Philanthropy Co-Chairs
Each IPA Peer Community has two volunteer co-chairs. Working with IPA staff, co-chairs gather input from their group to determine discussion topics. They also identify resources and advocate for participation from members of the peer community.
- Anna Tragesser, Artist and Community Services Manager, Indiana Arts Commission
- Dakota Pawlicki, Lumina Foundation, Strategy Officer for Community Mobilization