Trust Executive Vice President Dr. Stephanie Cooper-Lewter named GEO Change Leaders in Philanthropy Fellow

Congratulations to the Trust’s Executive Vice President Dr. Stephanie Cooper-Lewter who was recently announced as a member of the GEO’s Change Leaders in Philanthropy Fellowship (CLIPF) in the 2022-2023 cohort. Launched in 2016, CLIPF offers an intensive, peer coaching-focused learning experience for senior leaders in philanthropy. The cohort gathers leaders across the field who are responsible for shepherding organization-wide change in grantmaking culture and practices.

Stephanie is an indispensable part of the Trust team. She is responsible for the leadership and supervision of the daily operational work of staff members across all Trust departments. With a focus on equity, justice, and systems change, she serves as the president’s strategic partner, ensuring that the teams work cross-functionally and in support of the mission and vision of the Trust.

We applaud this opportunity as recognition of her commitment to impact in the world of philanthropy and grantmaking.

Read more about the program here.