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Let’s Talk About the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap and White Advantage

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The task of making #nonprofits more racially equitable often falls on people of color. For new #BIPOC EDs/CEOs, this means taking on added stresses & burdens when assuming leadership, often w/ inadequate salaries.

Learn more in our new #RaceToLead report: https://racetolead.org/ceo-2019/

Recent Tweets

The task of making #nonprofits more racially equitable often falls on people of color. For new #BIPOC EDs/CEOs, this means taking on added stresses & burdens when assuming leadership, often w/ inadequate salaries.

Learn more in our new #RaceToLead report: https://racetolead.org/ceo-2019/

"Our findings suggest that this time an exodus is likely — and #nonprofits + grantmakers need to take race #equity in succession planning far more seriously than they have to date."

BMP's @seandtb & @fkunreuther unpack our new #RaceToLead report findings: https://www.philanthropy.com/article/the-nonprofit-leadership-exodus-is-underway-lets-use-this-moment-to-close-the-race-gap

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New Nonprofit Leaders of Color Bring Change but Also Face Hurdles
Chronicle of Philanthropy

Before Joe Scantlebury became chief executive of Living Cities in September, he knew had a daunting task ahead. An unnamed group of employees who had fled the nonprofit made it...

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As Nonprofit Leaders Pass the Baton, Let’s Use This Moment to Close the Race Gap.
Chronicle of Philanthropy

The start of 2022 seems to be heralding bittersweet announcements from nonprofit chief executives about their intentions to pass the baton to new leaders....

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Opinion: Making and taking space
NYN Media

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
Chronicle of Philanthropy

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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