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The Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap: Flipping the Lens

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Hey #tools2engage fans! Good news…we’ve got another webinar coming up. This one will focus on the #racialwealthgap and offer concrete tools for talking about race and policy, no matter your organizational context. Register FREE today: https://t.co/IRlij2CfKb

“Locally, as well as nationally, black people are interested and qualified to lead not-for-profits. So what is happening?” Check out this article from the Indianapolis Business Journal for new insights about our #racetolead data. https://t.co/nHITemSE26

When it comes to race, gender, sexual identity, age, and disability, what does inclusive leadership involve? @AxelsonCenter #UncommonConvos #RacetoLead https://t.co/q79WM0KdJq

Thrilled to kick off S3 of the #SocialChangeDiaries with Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, Co-Director at @BldingMovement!

Stay tuned for the newest episode releasing this Monday!

Recent Tweets

Hey #tools2engage fans! Good news…we’ve got another webinar coming up. This one will focus on the #racialwealthgap and offer concrete tools for talking about race and policy, no matter your organizational context. Register FREE today: https://t.co/IRlij2CfKb

“Locally, as well as nationally, black people are interested and qualified to lead not-for-profits. So what is happening?” Check out this article from the Indianapolis Business Journal for new insights about our #racetolead data. https://t.co/nHITemSE26

When it comes to race, gender, sexual identity, age, and disability, what does inclusive leadership involve? @AxelsonCenter #UncommonConvos #RacetoLead https://t.co/q79WM0KdJq

Thrilled to kick off S3 of the #SocialChangeDiaries with Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, Co-Director at @BldingMovement!

Stay tuned for the newest episode releasing this Monday!

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Race to Lead Boston | City of Ideas

On October 18th I had the honor of moderating a panel of inspiring local leaders to digest and translate the striking findings from the Building Movement Project’s Race to Lead...

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Few People of Color Lead Nonprofits, and Bias is to Blame, Says Report

Too few nonprofit organizations in the U.S. — including those serving communities of color — are led by people of color, and more than one-third of people of color in...

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Massachusetts

Systemic Bias Stymies Diverse Leadership at Mass. Nonprofits

A larger share of people of color working at Massachusetts nonprofits, compared to their white counterparts, want to lead their organizations, but overwhelmingly feel that boards of directors, which tend...

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Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap

Building on the Boston Foundation's Nonprofit Effectiveness work and the spring release of Opportunity in Change: Preparing Boston for Leader Transitions and New Models of Nonprofit Leadership, this forum focused...

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