Kristin Giant is obsessed with changing the culture around productive failure in the philanthropic sector, specifically as it pertains to white leaders’ advocacy for racial justice. She is currently a grantmaker, a grant-seeker, a board member, a corporate attorney, and a technology provider to nonprofits and is working to disrupt power-dynamics in each of those roles. She’s fueled by rage, iced-coffee, and the ardent desire to find better ways. She’s a mom to two boys and a mental health advocate — wearing her multiple diagnoses (depression, anxiety, adhd) as badges of honor, even as she navigates the uphill climb of visibility and acceptance of mental illness in corporate and nonprofit cultures.
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