Brittany Schulman is an enrolled citizen of the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe. As a traditional storyteller, Brittany’s perspective is grounded in her experience growing up in her Waccamaw Siouan community. As an advocate, Brittany has served in many leadership roles to ensure that Native Americans and Indigenous values are not only included but also at the forefront in every conversation. Brittany is currently the Vice President of Indigenous Leadership & Education Programs, where she continues her work as an organizer and educator.
Presentations from Facing Race 2022
Youth Leadership: Shifting Power in Philanthropy
NAP strongly believes that Native youth bring a critical perspective to the world of philanthropy and deserve decision-making power when it comes to the issues that impact us all. Philanthropy must be willing to be aligned, authentic, and in courageous collaboration with community. Youth are an important part of our communities with a unique perspective on the issues that often affect them most. This workshop will be an interactive conversation with youth leaders, Native Americans in Philanthropy, and funders around building capacity, space, and additional dollars to implement their vision for themselves and their communities.Speakers: Brittany Schulman, Karen McGirt, Candice Joe