Society & Culture:Documentary
Tracey Greene-Washington: Philanthropy and Community as Co-Creators and Co-Designers
Ramona's guest in this episode is Tracey Greene-Washington, who talks about her leadership in transforming the relationship between philanthropy and community. According to Tracey, the philanthropic sector must change its approach from charity to see community as partners in solving complex social issues. Tracey is President of the Indigo Innovation Group and Founder of Co-Think and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
For more information about Tracey, visit www.indigoinnovationgroup.com.
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