In a world experiencing rapid change, a COVID-19 pandemic, widening disparities, and growing frustration with racial inequity and social injustice, philanthropy needs to continue to cultivate and support leaders who can lead with equity at the core. Racial equity is a primary concern; at the same time, racial and ethnic identity intersects with other forms of identities that affect leadership including gender identity, sexual identity, and socioeconomic status. Historically, many leadership development programs have focused on investing in the individual as the unit of change. However, this strategy does not fully realize the potential and power in jointly investing in individual self-reflection and skill-building with the collaborative approach of connecting groups of leaders, and their networks, to work together to create change. This report looks at a program that does just that.