MA Key Finding 5

Nearly three-quarters of Massachusetts survey respondents agreed that “executive recruiters don’t do enough to find a diverse pool of qualified candidates for top-level nonprofit...

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MA Key Finding 4

Agreement with the statement that people of color have a harder time raising money than white nonprofit leaders was similar between Massachusetts and the national sample, both of which showed...

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MA Key Finding 3

One-third of Massachusetts respondents of color indicated that their race had negatively impacted their career...

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MA Key Finding 2

Respondents of color—both nationally and in Massachusetts—were more likely than whites to report that they had too few opportunities for advancement, but there was a 12 percentage point gap between...

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MA Key Finding 1

A key finding in the national Race to Lead report was that respondents of color were more interested in pursuing nonprofit leadership positions than white respondents. A similar pattern can...

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35% of respondents of color

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California

Research Round Robin: March 2018

BMP featured in Independent Sector's monthly research...

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California

Confronting Truths About Racial Equity in Nonprofit Leadership

Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, co-director at the Building Movement Project, an organization that develops research, tools, training materials, and opportunities for partnership that bolster nonprofit...

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California

A Push and a Pathway

For many years, the nonprofit sector’s strategy for diversifying the leadership of our organizations has been guided – or more accurately misguided – by assumptions about people of...

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California

The Golden State Difference: New Report Says CA Leads When It Comes to Diversity in Nonprofit Leadership, But Barriers Persist

Following its groundbreaking national report on why America’s nonprofit sector has so few leaders of color, the Building Movement Project (BMP) today released CALIFORNIA’S RACE TO LEAD: THE NONPROFIT RACIAL...

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