Beth Briggs to lead Council for Women
A key player in North Carolina’s nonprofit sector and a catalyst for women’s philanthropy, Briggs has been tapped to lead the North Carolina Council for Women, beginning Jan. 9.
Saving the planet is challenging work
Millions of today’s superheroes don’t wear capes or fly, but they do seem to have wings on their feet and the ability to expand the number of hours in their days.
Women’s group to present awards
Soroptimist International of Raleigh will present its ‘Making a Difference for Women Award’ to Beth Briggs at the April 14 celebration, which is open to the public.
Women claim their place in philanthropy
As economic woes hit nonprofits nationwide, fundraisers should turn their attention to the emerging demographic of women philanthropists, says Beth Briggs.
Session on women’s giving set for RTP
The Philanthropy Journal’s lunch ‘n’ learn workshop, led by consultant Beth Briggs, will take place Dec. 4.
Community funders target underserved givers
Fourteen community foundations throughout North Carolina have teamed up to better engage givers who traditionally have operated outside organized philanthropy.
Leaders discuss women’s role in giving
Foundation leaders discussed hurdles facing women philanthropists at a breakfast meeting for the Triangle chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.