E12-S6 Grantmaking Practices with Feminist Values with Erin Williams

Summary & Key Takeways

If issues like structural inequality, race, class and gender deeply interest you, Erin William’s career in feminist issues as a radical listener, trust-based grant-maker and change manager is exactly what you have been looking for. Erin Williams has over 15 years of experience fighting for social justice.

In Episode 12 of Season 6, Erin explains how she informs her trust-based grantmaking practice with her many years of direct field experience, grassroots and volunteer work in Canada, the US, Jamaica, Botwsana, Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa.

She currently is the Program Director for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights at the Global Fund for Women.

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Key Links:

Global Fund for Women

World University Services of Canada

Masters of Social Work at Carleton University

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