Doing Philanthropy Differently
Toya Randall is the curator of Voice. Vision. Value. This digital narrative project celebrates the leadership impact of Black women in philanthropy. Toya connected with Chanda to talk about what it means to be a person of color working in philanthropy, her 2020 experiences, and the benefits and challenges of proximity.
Toya Randall is Catalyst & Curator of Voice. Vision. Value. Black Women Leading Philanthropy a multimedia narrative platform created to document the historic impact of Black women. With over 20 years of executive experience in the philanthropic sector, Toya champions Black women and the honoring of their leadership and legacy to transform philanthropy to be more equitable, inclusive and just. She curates Voice. Vision. Value. in collaboration with a multi-generational network of partners and investors all committed to elevating the leadership stories of Black women and documenting their historic impact in professional philanthropy.
In addition to Voice. Vision. Value., Toya is co-chair of the Greater New Orleans Funders Network Board of Directors and she serves on the Executive Committee of Communities for Just Schools Fund. She is also a Trustee for The Nafasi Fund and The Giving Square. Toya is one of the founders of the Black Women in Philanthropy Leadership Retreat and an inaugural fellow for both the ABFE Connecting Leaders Fellowship and The Funders Network for Smart Growth P.L.A.C.E.S. Fellowship.
Toya currently serves as Senior Director of Community Initiatives in the office of the CEO at Casey Family Programs.