Dianne Chipps Bailey Joins the Women's Philanthropy Institute CouncilPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorney Dianne Chipps Bailey has joined the Women’s Philanthropy Institute Council, an advisory group committed to advancing the vision and mission of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, serving as ambassadors to external stakeholders, elevating WPI's profile and strengthening its global impact.
The mission of WPI is to improve women’s philanthropy through insights gained by rigorous research and education. It aims to deepen understanding of how, when and why gender matters in philanthropy, and then leverage its findings for the common good. WPI is an institute of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Bailey leads Robinson Bradshaw’s Nonprofit Organizations and Foundations Practice Group and is dedicated to representing nonprofits, their senior management and volunteer leaders. She is extensively involved in local, state and national charitable organizations, including service as board of trustees chair at Discovery Place and president-elect of Women Executives. In 2015, Bailey was named Woman of the Year by The Mecklenburg Times.