Berta Colon

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Berta Colón

"Berta’s 13 years of experience in philanthropy has focused primarily on building and managing funding collaboratives. Berta joined PIP as the program officer for the Racial Justice Collaborative, the organization’s first collaborative fund, and also managed the Fulfilling the Dream Fund. At the national Ms. Foundation for Women, she was program officer for the Woman's Economic Development Collaborative Fund and also managed the foundation’s Economic Justice portfolio, Rapid Response Policy grants, and the Institute for Women’s Economic EmPOWERment. Prior to her work at the Ms. Foundation, Berta worked as a program associate at the Norman Foundation and at several nonprofit organizations, focusing primarily on women’s issues and childcare. She holds an undergraduate degree from Barnard College and a master’s in public administration from Columbia University." [1]

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  1. Staff, Public Interest Projects, accessed August 10, 2008.