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Iris Leon spoke to Generocity.org about her role as chair of the Philadelphia branch of Emerging Practitioners of Philanthropy. EPIP is a national network of foundation professionals and social entrepreneurs who strive for excellence in the practice of philanthropy. The organization is dedicated to developing emerging leaders committed to building a just, equitable, and sustainable society.-30-
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