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Opinion: Making and taking space

Over the past 18 months, the job of a nonprofit executive director has become much more difficult. In the nonprofit sector, we have added addressing systemic racism and remote management...

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If You Want to Hire an Executive Director of Color, Don’t Set Us Up to Fail

Four years ago, I became the first woman of color to lead the Alliance for Youth Organizing. I was a 33-year-old Latina and first-time executive director with limited fundraising experience...

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What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do? Finding Answers to the Gender Gap in Jewish Nonprofit Leadership

A few years before her death, Ruth Bader Ginsburg reviewed a portfolio of what would become $3.5 million in grants made in her honor by the Genesis Prize, which celebrates...

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The Currency of Human Resources Is Trust

Human Resources is the organizational arm that can best operationalize values—that is, make values a concrete part of day-to-day work practices. It can be a guardian of culture and the...

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What will the future look like for Southeast Michigan’s nonprofits?

Over the last 18 months, nonprofit organizations in the region have spent much of their days in a reactive state: responding, experimenting and working to survive in order to continue...

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Canaccord Genuity LLC support of Youth INC tops $5M

NEW YORK, July 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Youth INC announced today that Canaccord Genuity LLC (“Canaccord Genuity”), the US division of Canaccord Genuity Group Inc., has committed $750,000 to...

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Episode 25: Sean Thomas-Breitfeld and Race to Lead: Revisited

Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, Co-Director of the Building Movement Project, joins Mary Morten on the Gathering Ground podcast to discuss the experiences of people of color in nonprofit leadership, what the pandemic...

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Gender wage gap shrinking at Pittsburgh-area nonprofits. But not everyone benefits, and diversity problems persist.

Over nearly two decades, Peggy Outon has studied the pay gap narrowing between male and female nonprofit executives in the Pittsburgh region. In 2010, for instance, women made 75 cents...

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Donations strengthen California police accountability work

Donations strengthen California police accountability work BY Jim Rendon This article was provided to The Associated Press by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Jim Rendon is a senior writer at the...

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Nonprofit Leadership Is Becoming More Diverse In Boston. What Took So Long?

Nonprofit Leadership Is Becoming More Diverse In Boston. What Took So Long? By Meghan Smith This article was originally published by GBH News . To view the original piece, click the...

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