June Wilson uses the pronouns she, her and hers, is a philanthropic advisor, facilitator, executive coach, daughter, sister, mother and wife. Driven by a concern for the racial wealth gap, Wilson is one of three founders in the social impact enterprise, The We’s Match, dedicated to the scale, wealth and wellbeing of Black women entrepreneurs. In addition to this work, Ms. Wilson leveraged her background in family philanthropy to launch Central Insights LLC, a consulting practice where she engages family foundations and donors in conversations on race, and the equitable deployment of their assets. She coaches and advises philanthropic leaders as they navigate trustee dynamics and the needs and expectations of staff teams. She uses her platform as a Fellow at the National Center for Family Philanthropy to elevate conversations on racial justice and alternative approaches to legacy and perpetuity. Finally, as a former choreographer, movement-based performer and community arts organizer, June employs reflective, somatic and improvisational practices to feed and sustain her through periods of uncertainty and change.