Sentari Minor is a Phoenix native with extensive nonprofit experience. Educated at DePauw University, where he studied English (Creative Writing), Sentari became an editor with Citation Publishing in 2008. Shortly after, he joined the Rodel Foundation of Arizona as program specialist, where he is tasked with program implementation of all Rodel initiatives as well as event planning and communication.
In the nonprofit realm, Sentari sits on the board of directors for the Welcome to America Project and KEEN (Kids Enjoying Exercise Now) Phoenix. He chairs their programs and communications committees, respectively. Outside of Phoenix, Sentari handles communication and marketing for Community Arts Create (CAC), a Seattle-based nonprofit. He also acts as consultant to CAC's executive director.
As a partner with Social Venture Partners, Sentari helps steer social innovation and change in Arizona through a partnership of like-minded leaders from the Phoenix community. Additionally, he is part of the most recent cohort of Generation Next Leadership Academy - a cadre of rising nonprofit leaders who study best-practice approaches through the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation.
In his spare time, Sentari enjoys fitness, reading, and volunteering, and is a published writer of nonfiction.