The article underscores the need for organizational transformation, driven by inclusive cultures and adaptive leadership, to create environments of belonging — where individuals communicate openly, contribute to team success, and thrive.
Category: DEI & Inclusive Growth
Efforts to alleviate burnout and economic and workplace inequity are leading more nonprofits to look for opportunities to spread the work, responsibility, and credit among more staff — and even other organizations.
Dr. Claudia Youakim calls for updates to our Federal data collection standards to include Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) racial and ethnic identities.
Chronic disinvestment and a lack of access to public green spaces have led to poorer health outcomes for children and adults in Black and Brown communities. It’s time to take action.
As Teri Behrens explains, it’s too early to tell whether philanthropy’s commitments to racial equity and social justice represent a real turning point, or simply a “trend.”
Groundwork’s Melanie Wong shares how her organization is using data from a new Johnson Center report to inform their work toward greater health equity and opportunity in Michigan communities.
Ahead of the 2022 EconCon Presents conference, Research Associate Trish Abalo reflects on her experience attending EconCon 2021, a conference focused on building an economy that works for everyone.
In honor of Black Philanthropy Month, Marsha Morgan shares how the Community Investment Network lifts up Black philanthropy by supporting giving circles and Black donors.
Institutional philanthropy is starting to recognize the strengths, challenges, and needs that Indigenous people bring to many of our sector’s most pressing areas of work.
Donors of color are leading — or are playing an increasingly visible role in leading — many of the shifts we’re seeing today in the field of philanthropy.