Members of RIC invested in this initiative through program-related investments and/or grant funding. Confluence Philanthropy facilitates collaboration and information sharing among investors, and convenes a Steering Committee which plays a governing role in the initiative. Investors are invited, but not required, to participate in the Steering Committee.


 
Founding steering committee members, pictured from left to right: Loe Marcoline, Dana Lanza, Brandy Davis, Joohee Rand, Alvin Warren

Founding steering committee members, pictured from left to right: Loe Marcoline, Dana Lanza, Brandy Davis, Joohee Rand, Alvin Warren

 

Confluence Philanthropy extends a special thanks to the members of the Steering Committee and

all Co-Investors:

Matt Aguiar, Chief Operating Officer, The Christensen Fund

Rebekah Saul Butler, Co-Executive Director, Grove Foundation

Stacey Faella, Executive Director, Woodcock Foundation

Joohee Rand, VP, Community Investment and Strategy, Santa Fe Community Foundation

Alvin Warren, Program Officer, The W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Swift Foundation


RIC_Quotation_Icon_Purple2.png
WKKF is proud to invest in the Rainmakers Investment Collaborative because tribal communities and Native American entrepreneurs deserve equitable access to impact investing capital. The Collaborative’s innovative partnerships offer investors and grantmakers a unique way to ensure that their interest in supporting indigenous peoples translates into direct impact and also begins to transform how resources can be made more accessible to underinvested communities.
— -The W.K. Kellogg Foundation