Paul currently works as the national project director of the Joint Affinity Groups, a leading national network that pursues racial and social justice within philanthropy and more equity for all communities. JAG’s member partners are: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy, Association of Black Foundations Executives, Funders for LGBTQ Issues, Hispanics in Philanthropy, Native Americans in Philanthropy, and the Women’s Funding Network. Paul’s work leads planning for collaborative activities and programming, coordinates joint action, and facilitates external and internal communication.
In the past, he has worked as a freelance communications, marketing, and development consultant with over 12 years of experience working in philanthropy and with nonprofits. View Paul’s resume.
He specializes in developing messages that tell your story and communicate change through case studies, grantee and organization profiles, and articles for publications and also through creating materials for e-newsletters, websites, and social media (such as blogs). Paul is a strategist who can design a campaign and implement it from start to finish. View other types of services Paul provides.
Socially Conscious Commitment
Paul’s personal interests in philanthropy and nonprofit work are grounded in diversity and multiculturalism, race and ethnicity issues, social and economic development, the arts, and men’s issues. However, he enjoys working with people and organizations who seek to serve a wide variety of socially conscious concerns.