Building Bridges: A Conversation with NCFP’s New Fellows on Racial Equity

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Are you breaking or bridging? We all have been affected by structural racism. NCFP’s own 2019 Fellows have dedicated themselves to getting proximate to the people, to the issue, to our families, to the field, and to thinking about how we have been impacted by racial injustice and inequity. From our Imagining the Future cross country focus groups we have heard that racial equity is a top area of concern and focus for many of you, and new NCFP Fellows Mary Mountcastle, Kelly Nowlin, and June Wilson have all independently chosen to focus their time as fellows on this topic. Come to learn with our three new fellows in a discussion moderated by inaugural NCFP Fellow Douglas Bitonti Stewart.

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Mary Mountcastle

Mary Mountcastle

Mary Mountcastle is a trustee of the Z. Smith Reynolds and Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundations, a board…

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June Wilson

June Wilson

June Wilson, executive director emerita and board member of the Quixote Foundation, combines her talent as…

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Doug Bitonti Stewart

Doug Bitonti Stewart

Doug Bitonti Stewart is the first Executive Director of the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher…

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Kelly Nowlin

Kelly Nowlin

Kelly Davenport Nowlin, a fifth generation member of the Andrus family, was elected as a Surdna…

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