David Daniels discusses the Bainum Family Foundation's commitment to racial equity and ways the foundation is serving as a partner and co-creator to nonprofits fighting racial inequities.
The Black Fundraisers' Podcast was founded in 2021 by Kia Croom, a 20-year nonprofit fund development & fundrasing professional and DEI champion. Learn more about Kia Croom at www.kiacroom.com.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST
David Daniels is the President & CEO of the Bainum Family Foundation. He's has been part of the Foundation team since 2012, serving in a variety of leadership roles. Most recently, as Chief Operating Officer, he oversaw the implementation and operational activities for all programs and initiatives — translating the Foundation’s mission, vision and goals into sustainable processes, systems and procedures to deliver quality program services. He also served as internal leader of the organization — promoting a high-performing culture that fostered the Foundation’s core values of continuous learning, integrity, collaboration and commitment.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Daniels served as Principal of Takoma Academy in Takoma Park, Maryland; Mount Vernon Academy in Mount Vernon, Ohio; and Liberty Christian Academy in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to his role at the Foundation, Daniels serves on the boards of Maryland Philanthropy Network and Pine Forge Academy. He holds a Master of Business Administration, Finance, from Franklin University and a bachelor’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Columbia Union College. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Business Administration from Wilmington University.
To learn more about the Bainum Family Foundation visit https://bainumfdn.org/
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