Antoinette Gregg

Senior Director, Development

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Antoinette Gregg was born and raised in Charleston, SC, before making New York City her home for over a decade. Her career has focused on the nonprofit sector, working across New York state to serve education, racial justice, and workforce development organizations by funding their missions and increasing awareness of their work. Antoinette’s expertise lies in leading fundraising efforts, government and corporate partnerships, and advocacy across New York. She has previously supported organizational and development strategy as a consultant for BIPOC-led organizations nationwide.

Antoinette holds a B.S. in Sociology and an M.S. in Quantitative Methods, where she has written about the practical dissemination of reparations. She is an alumna of the Cause Effective Fellows Program: Advancing Leaders of Color in Fundraising, as well as the New York Association of Training & Employment Professionals (NYATEP) Workforce Advocacy and Policy Academy. Antoinette believes that racial equity through workforce development is a commonsense solution to closing the gap in economic mobility for Black and Brown New Yorkers and continues to research and write about how reparations can be achieved in our lifetime.


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