Nancy Santiago Negron

Vice President, Hispanics in Philanthropy

A philanthropist, racial equity activist, and inspirational speaker – Nancy sits as the Vice President of Hispanics in Philanthropy steering HIP’s public-facing strategy, forging partnerships with a new generation of philanthropists and impact investors. Nancy is also the Co-founder of Powerup Fund – helping balance the scales of economic justice and ensure that Latinos have equal access to opportunity and is the Ureeka Community Impact Lead – a community of over 10,000 small businesses gaining access to the expertise needed to grow their businesses. Nancy served for two terms in the Obama Administration and most recently won the Woman of Distinction award from El Diario La Prensa, New York’s largest Spanish-language newspaper.

Authored Content

  • Dec 03 2020
    EEO Changing the Landscape Through Access to Capital Small businesses are struggling to recover from Covid-19, and Black-owned businesses are among the hardest hit. Further complicating the recovery for these businesses is the fact that they typically have the hardest time gaining access to capital. Literally, landscapes will be changed, and communities left struggling unless avenues and methods for increasing access to capital […]