By: Andrew Wallace on November 6, 2016
Who are you following on Twitter? Did you know that Arcus Foundation Executive Director, Kevin Jennings, joined the Twitterverse late last month? Just in time for Pride Month, check out our break down of 21 LGBTQ Philanthropoids we think you need to follow on Twitter:
President of @GNOFoundation (Greater New Orleans Foundation). Blogger at White Courtesy Telephone. Thought Leader. Sophisticated philanthropic humor.
Bush Foundation Founding Fellow. Former @PfundFoundation staffer. Minnesotan. Sassy philanthroGeek.
VP at The Philadelphia Foundation. Co-Director of the Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival. Tweets in at least 3 languages!
At times controversial advocate of bringing corporate practices to philanthropy. TED Talk star. Big-time fundraiser.
Director of @AAPIP Queer Justive Fund. Might be the most prolific tweeter on our list. Tweets on queer issues, API communities, immigration. Fun arts and foodie updates.
VP @CEPData (Center for Effective Philanthropy). Hardcore philanthropy wonk with the tweets to prove it!
Program Officer @fordfoundation. Tweets on immigration and other social change issues. Often points to good reads.
New Mexican. Feminist. Funny commentary on current events.
New Director of Programs @PrideFdn. Former Executive Director of Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition. Lover of lions.
Director of Communications and Digital Strategy @AstraeaUpdates. New media. Social justice.
VP at Tides 21st Century. Global perspective. Smart marketing. Racial diversity.
Manager at @AECFNews (Annie E. Casey Foundation). PhilanthroGeek and author of “Forty Years of LGBTQ Philanthropy.” Lives in D.C.
Trustee of @GillFoundation. Long time LGBT activist and funder. Tweets on racial justice, progressive politics, and queer theory.
Program Officer at Marguerite Casey Foundation. Follow his adventures in philanthropy as he travels from NW to SE.
And of course, don’t forget to follow @LGBTfunders and our amazing staff:
President of @LGBTfunders. Star Trek, super-heroes, social justice, and philanthropy.
LGBT rights advocate. Political junkie. Known to tweet whimsical pop-culture tidbits.
Non-profit avenger. Financial statement sage. Ex-dancer. Organizer of members, convenings, and staff