Seeing Ourselves in Philanthropy
Who is a philanthropist? Join the Arkansas Black Philanthropy Collaborative for our 2nd annual convening as we seek to shift narratives surrounding philanthropy in Black communities. ABPC and our guests will explore historical and current giving trends in Black communities and examine how culturally competent giving authentically serves the needs of the community. Ultimately, we will explore the ways in which we move Black individuals toward viewing themselves as philanthropists.
For nearly 15 years, Tyrone McKinley Freeman worked as a professional fundraiser for nonprofit organizations in community economic development, youth and family social services, and higher education. As a professor and scholar, Tyrone McKinley Freeman is part of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis, the world’s first school dedicated solely to the study and teaching of philanthropy. In this role, Tyrone directs the undergraduate B.A. degree program in philanthropic studies, which prepares graduates for careers in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
Danyelle Musselman has an extensive background working in
sports broadcasting with years of experience in anchoring,
hosting and reporting.
Most recently, Musselman worked for the NFL Network where she
served as an update anchor and as the host of "Up to the Minute."
She also served as the host for Yahoo Sports, and as an anchor
for Fox Sports Net.