Board Diversity as a Social Change Agent – Part 2: How to Open the Door
Boardable's Jeb Banner talks about common barriers to board diversity and gives advice about how how you can open the door and welcome more diverse voices.
Board Diversity as a Social Change Agent – Part 1: How It Works
Board diversity isn't just a buzzword or a box to check. Boardable's Jeb Banner explains how a diverse and dynamic board creates change in communities and opens up lines of communication where previously there were none.
Getting Beyond the Buzzword of Inclusion: Local and Global Perspectives
These days, people like to talk about "diversity, equity, and inclusion," but what does that really look like when put into practice? Sapphira Goradia of the Goradia Foundation and Courtney Rice from the Robins Foundation show how these buzzwords can be implemented at both local and global levels.
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The Relevance of Diversity
Paying attention to difference matters in terms of outcomes. By understanding the relevance of diversity within every situation, The Nature Conservancy hopes to be able to further diversity, equity and inclusion in their workforce, conservation work and partnerships.
Diversification of the Fundraising Profession: Nonprofits’ Role
Diversity and inclusion are no longer obstacles to be overcome. Instead, they should be viewed as an opportunity to reflect the diversity and richness in the communities served.
Nonprofit Governance Index 2012 Suggests Some Positive Trends and Continued Concerns
Nonprofits appear to be bouncing back, according to BoardSource’s Nonprofit Governance Index 2012. Compared to what was happening in 2010, nonprofits are launching more new programs and initiatives. Fewer nonprofits are cutting or freezing salaries.
Building Trust Across Sectors
Community-wide problems call for solutions that engage all sectors, but getting people with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and interests to work together effectively can be a challenge. New research findings tell us what factors impact trust and give guidance for unlocking the power of networks that involve more than one sector.
California grants to minorities grow
California foundations have significantly increased their grantmaking to minority populations over the past decade, says a new study.