Richerd Winton

Richerd Winton

Grants Management Associate, William Davidson Foundation

Richerd Winton, also known as Rich, is the Grants Management Associate for the William Davidson Foundation. He was formerly the Program Assistant for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at Wayne State University. Before joining Wayne State University, he worked as intern within the operations department at the Skillman Foundation.

Rich has a passion for volunteering and civic service. He currently volunteers with Gleaners Community Foodbank, College Prep as a mentor, Detroit PAL as a baseball coach, and participates in the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy’s Community Advisory Team for the West Riverfront Park.

Rich is active member of the program committee of PEAK Grantmaking’s Midwest Regional Chapter.

A graduate of Western Michigan University, he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration at its Haworth College of Business. An MBA candidate hopeful as he is currently studying for the GMAT exam.

The Presence and Voice of the African-American Male in Philanthropy

302 Beckler

Black men at different levels within grants management will share their experiences and views of a sector that has been dominated by white men. In philanthropy, there is little representation for Black men in leadership positions, and this conversation will help bring perspective to the data around representation for Black voices.

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