These Women Were Just Promoted at the Largest Black-Owned Social Justice Fundraising Firm
Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo / L-R: Dr. Tashion Macon and Jennifer Jiles

These Women Were Just Promoted at the Largest Black-Owned Social Justice Fundraising Firm

Bridge Philanthropic Consulting (BPC) — considered the largest full-service Black-owned social justice fundraising firm — has announced new promotions within the company including appointments of Dr. Tashion Macon and Prof. Jennifer Jiles to its staff.

According to a press release, Dr. Macon — an award-winning Marcom Strategist and Culturalis — has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Marketing/Branding and Social Justice Strategy where she will utilize her wealth of knowledge in branding and marketing to lead this department.

Additionally, Prof. Jiles — an award-winning integrated communications leader, writer, content editor, and producer — has moved up the ranks as the new Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Relations/Social Justice Strategy.

“We are thrilled to advance the roles of these two outstanding leaders—BPC is poised for continued growth and market expansion—Dr. Macon and Jennifer Jiles both bring the commitment to quality, experience, and vision to help led and guide us through our next phase of impact,” BPC shared in a statement. “Their combined expertise and dedication to our clients’ “Communities of Color” will contribute to our sense of duty to serve our market with excellence at all levels of service.”

As one of the most experienced fundraising firms in the country, BPC has dedicated the company’s mission to cultivating relationships and resources to impact social change.

The full-service firm provides a plethora of offerings including counsel in capital campaigns, annual giving, major gifts programs, special events, corporate and government program development, conference management, organizational development, board training, planned giving, and strategic communications.

As the company moves forward in its mission, it also continues to uplift Black women into higher-ranking senior staff positions to expand the firm’s reach.

“Being part of BPC and the outstanding team of people leading the important work the firm is doing in social justice is very gratifying,” said Prof. Jiles in a statement. “I am humbled to be part of a company committed to a social change mission, especially during this critical time in our country.”

The New York-based firm was founded by CEO Dwayne Ashley who, alongside his team, has led BPC to raise over $1 billion for their past employers and lengthy client roster which includes Thurgood Marshall College Fund, United Negro College Fund, 100 Black Men of America, Steve Harvey Foundation, National Black MBAA, and many more.

For more information about Bridge Philanthropic Consulting, visit its website.