The future of the philanthropy field is contingent on new practitioners learning and excelling in the field. The Forum is committed to being a source of knowledge and guidance for new philanthropy-serving organization (PSO) professionals through our newest network – Emerging Practitioners Peer Community. If you have resources to share, please share them online or by emailing Brandon Iracks-Edelin.
Emerging Practitioners Peer Community
The Emerging Practitioners Peer Community is designed for those with less than five years of experience in the philanthropy field.
- Emerging Practitioners Listserv (firstname.lastname@example.org)- You must be a member of the Forum & this Peer Community to post to this list.
- Three round-robin calls per year
- Forum’s Annual Conference virtual session
Interested in joining this Peer Community? Submit your email address on the form at the bottom of the Our Networks page.
As the Member Engagement Manager, Anthony Salgado works to ensure that PNY members are actively engaged in the PNY community and connected to relevant programs, resources, and services that PNY offers. He supports the management and maintenance of PNY’s membership database, to ensure members are connected to programs, resources, and networks. He serves as a resource to answer member inquiries regarding requests for assistance and research.
As a Californian native, Anthony brings extensive experience from the state government regulatory board, Medical Board of California (MBC). He was responsible for protecting health care consumers through the regulation and licensing of physicians and surgeons and certain allied health care professionals, objective enforcement of the Medical Practice Act, and the implementation of the legislative process.
Anthony holds a Master of Science Degree in Nonprofit Management and a Postgraduate Certificate in Organizational Development from the Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment. During graduate school, Anthony gained experience in talent acquisition at a holacratic organization and in fundraising and development at a nonprofit organization through his internships. He received a Certificate in Business Management from Sacramento City College and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from California State University, Sacramento.