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Expanding our Inclusive Public Art Initiative, ZSR awarded grants totaling $1.6 million to nine organizations across North Carolina, spanning the state from the Qualla Boundary to New Bern.
Former ZSR assistant director, Carr, was a longtime supporter and advocate for NCCJ, serving on the board of directors.
Joy Vermillion Heinsohn will serve as ZSR's next Executive Director and join the Foundation on March 20, 2023.
ZSR is pleased to announce the recipients of its Fall 2022 State-Level Systemic Change grant awards.
Katie Fogleman will join ZSR as Director of Communications in March 2023.
Sorien K. Schmidt, senior program officer of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and Lakisha Jordan, executive director of WinstonNet...
Tiki Windley will join ZSR as a program officer in late October 2022.
ZSR is seeking an Executive Director to promote its mission and core values in its grantmaking framework.
ZSR is hiring a Director of Communications to promote its mission and core values in its grantmaking framework.
ZSR is awarding $180,000 in rapid response funds to organizations working in North Carolina.
Green has served as executive director since 2016.