The nonprofit sector has a racial leadership gap. Studies have tracked the small percentage of people of color in Executive Director / CEO roles for years. Efforts to support and train and inspire and mold aspiring leaders of color are important…but they’re not enough to move the dial towards more diverse leadership.
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across the country responded to the Race to Lead Survey in 2019
work for organizations engaged in DEI activities
feel their race or ethnicity has negatively impacted their career
Women of Color
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