Society & Culture:Documentary
Shifting the Philanthropy Conversation at Predominately White Colleges and Universities
Today Ramona explores philanthropy and alumni giving in higher education with guest Shaleiah Fox. As predominantly white institutions change the way they recruit a more diverse student body, they should also change the way they engage alumni of color. Learn how Shaleiah, a fundraiser in higher education, is working to shift how The University of Texas at Austin invites alumni of color into the philanthropy conversation. Shaleiah Fox oversees development and external relations at UT Black Studies, a collective that includes a policy institute, an academic department, and a cultural and programming division.
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