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Narrow the Power Gap: Build Strong Relationships with Grantees
Grantmaking achieves its broadest impact when true partnerships unite grantmakers and grantseekers in service to the greater good. Based on trust and respect, these relationships ascribe equal value to the experiences, resources, and needs of each partner.

In this webinar, participants will:
- Learn more about building trusting and respectful relationships founded in excellent customer service and two-way feedback.
- Talk about how to rightsize the grantmaking process and manage flexible practices.
- Discuss specific grantmaking practices that build trust and redefine the power balance.

This webinar will help build competencies in:
- Process and Change Management
- Communications

Apr 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Elly Davis
Programs and Knowledge Manager @PEAK Grantmaking
Elly Davis is the Programs and Knowledge Manager, supporting PEAK Grantmaking’s work to identify equitable, effective and efficient philanthropic practices and advocate for their adoption by grantmakers. She focuses on connecting members to resources and to each other through PEAK’s online community and developing knowledge and content to help professional grantmakers fuel change for good, starting with their own organizations. Before joining PEAK, Elly was the Community Impact Officer at the Idaho Community Foundation for ten years, where she carried out all the grant making and community engagement efforts of the foundation, including managing grants, connecting donors to the causes they care about, fostering statewide partnerships and advocating for the power of equitable, strategic and collaborative giving. She has a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s of public administration, both from Boise State University.