West Michigan community leaders came together in 2016 to develop a plan to foster more inclusive nonprofit boardrooms. The resulting project helped inform the Johnson Center’s new curriculum and microcredential for board service.
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Libraries offer many free resources for nonprofits, including access to grantmaker databases, how-to books and guides, and historic archives.
Trish Abalo reflects on the research and initiatives led by Juan Olivarez during his term as the Johnson Center’s Distinguished Scholar in Residence for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, as well as her own experience working alongside him.
Representatives from the Kent County Essential Needs Task Force speak with us about how their organization is using data from our “Economic Inclusion in Grand Rapids” report to inform their work and further their mission.
In this interview with Stacy Stout, director of equity and engagement with the City of Grand Rapids, she shares how the City is using key data from the Johnson Center’s “Economic Inclusion in Grand Rapids” report.
Este informe presenta una revisión actualizada del progreso hacia la inclusión económica en el área de Grand Rapids, Mich.
This report from our Community Data and Research Lab offers key economic data on several Grand Rapids, Mich. neighborhoods to support ongoing work to promote inclusive growth in our city.
Data analyst Rachel Borashko shares her overwhelmingly positive experience attending and leading a workshop at the 2020 Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit.
Through the lenses of project management, disaster response, and data, Jeff Williams considers how the coronavirus crisis may impact the nonprofit sector.
2017 marked the first year of county-wide survey expansion thanks to a partnership between the Johnson Center and the Kent County Health Department.