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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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Why are the leadership ranks of Pa. nonprofits so white and how could they be more diverse?

In 1997, Walter Smith Jr. became the first black executive director of Family Resources, a Pittsburgh nonprofit that treats people who have experienced child abuse and provides counseling for...

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PACE sponsors efforts to increase Black leaders in non-profit sector

Since its beginning in the wake of the riots following Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination, PACE, the Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise, worked to build the capacity of individuals, groups,...

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Cultivating the next generation of nonprofit leaders in metro areas

Numerous challenges confront metropolitan America today. Many workers have not seen meaningful wage growth in recent...

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Community development corporations need future leaders

Many of New York City’s community development corporations are still run today by founding staff who have grown their organizations into large, complex ventures, spanning affordable housing development, service provision,...

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