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Join us for an enlightening luncheon with alumna Leora Bernard '21, where she shares her journey and expertise in non-profit careers. As the Head of Giving at Inevitable Foundation, Leora brings a fresh perspective on career planning and incorporates skills learned in her academic background of Public Administration and Film Studies to make a meaningful impact.

Open to all majors and class years, this event offers a unique opportunity to gain insights into the non-profit sector, learn about the intersection of diverse disciplines, and discover the keys to success in service-driven careers. Don't miss this chance to connect with Leora, ask questions, and explore your potential in the world of non-profits.

Alumni Guest:

Leora Bernard '21 (Public Administration & Film Studies)

Head of Giving at Inevitable Foundation

About Leora

Leora Bernard is Head of Giving at Inevitable Foundation and is devoted to employing equitable, modernized, and socially responsible philanthropic practices. She has several years of experience as a nonprofit professional and has committed her career to community engagement, convening stakeholders, system change, and exploring innovative approaches to improving access and quality care to at-risk populations.

Prior to work at Inevitable she ran major gifts at one of the largest United Ways in the country.  Leora has also consulted with a number of government agencies and guest lectured with many institutions on topics surrounding disability and philanthropy. As well as, worked for other nonprofit organizations, some being the Autism Alliance of Michigan, LADD, The Holocaust Museum and Memorial Center, Heaven, and Hillel International. She sits on a number of nonprofit boards and committees, and is passionate about the future of the nonprofit sector. 

For more information about this event, please contact the Center for Career Exploration & Success at or 513-529-3831.

Miami University and the Center For Career Exploration and Success are committed to providing an inclusive and equitable experience. If you need disability-related accommodations  (e.g. interpreter, captioning, materials in an accessible format) to facilitate full participation please contact the Miller Center at least 2 business days prior to the event to ensure the smooth delivery of services by phone at 513-529-1541, TTY Relay at 7-1-1 or