We should go ahead and get started. Everyone. Hi, I'm Vu. I, you see him pronouns and I'm calling in from Seattle, which on Duwamish and Coast Salish land.
Thanks so much everyone for joining us here today. Let's, let's get Beth and Allison and Philip to introduce themselves. Oh, and also, but just for colleagues who are blind, or have low vision is helpful to describe what we look like. So just think of me, I'm like a mid-age Asian man. I just got a haircut yesterday and I'm wearing glasses.
Also pervasive aura of like vegan sexiness, it's, it's undeniable. So yeah, Beth and Allison can quick introduction and then Philip.
Sure. Hi, I'm Beth Kanter, my pronouns are she, her, hers. And I am coming to you from San Jose on the land of the Ohlone tribe where it is raining, much needed rain to bring green to the hills.
And I am a white woman with brown and grayish hair and wearing red frame glasses. And you see a bookshelf behind me. It's a real bookshelf, but it's a photograph of it.
I'm Allison Fine. She her. I'm in New York in Westchester County actually. I'm a Caucasian middle-aged woman who presents much bigger on Zoom than in person with brown, wavy hair, reading glasses.
I've been in the social sector my entire career. I've written two books with Beth, The Smart Nonprofit, and The Networked Nonprofit. And I am now the President of Every.org that I can't wait to tell you more about.
Thank you, Allison. Hi, Philip.
Hello. Hello. Hey everybody. Thanks for joining us. I'm Philip Deng.
I'm the co-founder and CEO of Grantable. My pronouns are he and him, and I'm coming to you today from Richmond, Virginia, which was originally inhabited by the Powhatan people. And I am of Chinese American heritage. I am an Asian East Asian male. I have kind of neck length black hair. I'm wearing a black t-shirt today, and I'm super grateful to be here with my panelists and with all of you.