Renée Joslyn is the principal and founder of Unboxed Philanthropy Advisors. She leads our execution and program strategy efforts. Most recently, Renée was director of girls and women integration at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Anthony creates client-centric event solutions to convene individuals and institutions to facilitate conversations and actions in collaborative philanthropy, thought leadership, and movement building – to ensure there is intentional impact for the communities, organizations and individuals we serve.
Neka develops fundraising and partnership development strategies for non profits and grantmaking institutions. She has targeted expertise in identifying and securing diverse funding sources to assist organizations in matching their mission and needs with resources.
Tae provides project management and organizational support for internal and external services. She manages the process and systems for client programs; and the coordination of all engagement strategies.
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Principal & Managing Director
Renée leads the strategy and execution efforts for all client engagements. She has more than 20 years of experience designing collaborative approaches to advancing justice and equity around the world – with a focus on the development of co-investment strategies for optimal program implementation and impact. As part of her career in philanthropy, Renée was the Director of Girls and Women Integration at the Clinton Foundation/Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), where she concentrated her efforts on empowering girls and women. In this role, she advised corporations, individuals, NGOs, and multilateral institutions on increasing investments in gender-focused initiatives with a racial justice/marginalized community lens.
Before joining the Clinton Foundation, Renée was a Senior Philanthropy Advisor at the Tides Foundation, where she developed and directed grantmaking portfolios in disaster relief, human rights, economic development and social justice. Additionally, she formed and administered the Indigenous Women’s Fund, and the Africa Family Planning and HIV Integration Fund. Prior to the Tides Foundation, Renée served as the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at the Ms. Foundation for Women, where she developed strategic partnerships in the areas of economic development, reproductive health and rights, youth-led social change, and civic engagement.
Renée is on the advisory board of Percent Pledge and a board member of Women’s Funding Network (WFN).