COO of Named a HistoryMaker

Congratulations to our COO, Dr. Jacqueline Copeland, on being named a HistoryMaker!

The HistoryMakers is a nonprofit research and educational institution committed to preserving the stories and accomplishments of African Americans. The institute’s CivicMakers group specifically honors leaders who promote activism and/or support their communities, something Jacqueline has dedicated much of her career to. In 2006, she founded Copeland Carson & Associates, an international community investment practice that specializes in supporting nonprofits, foundations, and social entrepreneurs. She also founded the Pan-African Women’s Philanthropy Network (PAWPNet), and conducted the initial research and program design for My Brothers Keeper, an initiative later adopted by the Obama administration.

Learn more about Jacqueline’s many accomplishments and contributions.

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