Responsible Adoption of AI in Philanthropy

Open to: 
PhilMO Members (free) and Non-Member Funders ($50)
Wednesday, April 10, 2024
12:00pm to 1:30pm CDT
Online via Zoom
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This webinar is designed with all interested grantmakers in mind.


Build your acumen in navigating the opportunities and pitfalls of the increasing prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI) in philanthropy and society. Join your Midwest colleagues and the Technology Association of Grantmakers for this timely and critically important primer on responsible AI adoption in philanthropy. Learn how the newly released AI Adoption Framework can help you consider AI adoption in three key areas (organizational, ethical and technical) and what you need to know as this technology evolves.

What you'll take away:

  • Knowledge of the individual and organizational considerations of adopting AI into your work;
  • Greater awareness of equity; and
  • Appreciation for how you can support your grantees’ capacity to leverage and use artificial intelligence to advance their work.

Who should attend:

  • Leaders interested in how AI will impact philanthropic practice; and
  • Staff who wish to build AI into their workflow.


 Sarah Di Troia

Senior Strategic Advisor, Product Innovation, Project Evident

Technology Association of Grantmakers



Executive Director

Technology Association of Grantmakers


What is the "Midwest Partnership"?

The Midwest Partnership Series is a collaboration between the Council of Michigan Foundations, Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, Philanthropy Missouri, and Philanthropy Ohio.

Programming is primarily a monthly webinar that connects funders across the four states and are typically designed for community foundations, corporate foundations and giving programs, and/or family foundations. Occasionally, a program will be relevant to all foundation types -- and all foundation types may register for any program. Also occassionally, the states partner to host an in-person learning opportunity.

Participation in the webinars is free for Member organizations; Non-Members may register for events for a fee of $50 by emailing


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