Perhaps you feel and see it happening already: from mutual aid scenes, to the changing landscape of solidarity not charity, to resource circulation, and more.
Find out how to take radical philanthropy one step further from Turquoise Sound, Shardé Nabors, Priyanka Das, and Donnie Maclurcan as they:
- unpack what radical means to them
- share how to navigate relationships during strategic transitions
- discuss bold and applied methods in fundraising
Meet Your Panel Guests
She now co-stewards transdisciplinary research teams focused on the economic interoperability of prosocial tech, the transformation of political worldviews and climate change action-logics, and the application of wisdom and computational social sciences to guide cultural evolution.
Turquoise is the Chief Strategic Officer at Dyer Global Solutions, Board Member of The Integral Leadership Review Journal, a Research Fellow and grant recipient at Human Data Commons, Post Growth Institute, and Collaborative Technology Alliance.
Shardé is a caregiver, community organizer, and resource mobilizer who was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She has a background in racial equity consulting, political education curriculum development, and participatory grantmaking. Her work is rooted in a Black Queer Feminist approach to radical wealth redistribution and collective liberation. In 2022, she joined New Economy Coalition to help steward resource redistribution in the network and broader Solidarity Economy movement.
As a consultant, he has worked with more than 500 projects, across 36 countries, with considerable time based in Egypt, the U.S., Australia (where he was born) and Argentina (where he lives). An affiliate professor of economics at Southern Oregon University, and Adjunct professor with the Sydney-based Institute for Sustainable Futures, he initially trained as an exercise physiologist, before completing a PhD assessing nanotechnology’s implications for global inequality.
Donnie also holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest journey on foot across Australia, with his 2002 solo run of 4,000 kilometres taking 67 days.
Priyanka is the director of development of the Post Growth Institute (PGI), a role they transitioned into this past year while stewarding their leadership roles within Offers and Needs Market (OANM) team. They were radicalized during the uprisings of 2020, and a comrade had suggested they complete the OANM Facilitator Training in 2021.
This initial experience of the PGI affirmed the care philosophy that Priyanka had been internally developing as a result of observing and noting the institutional patterns as they played out in their experience volunteering and working for wages across a cornucopia of industries.