Authors and researchers from the Johnson Center’s “11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2023” report discuss this year’s trends and their relevance to the daily work of nonprofits, foundations, donors, advisors, and others.
Professor Renée Cummings shares a presentation about data, algorithms, artificial intelligence, and justice — including the journey that led her to data ethics and why we need to be better informed about this emerging field.
This webinar explores how race and religion intersect in philanthropy, how funders navigate this intersection in their DEI initiatives, and their partnerships with Muslim leaders and nonprofits on key social justice issues.
In this video, hear from dozens of local West Michigan leaders on how we can contribute to creating an inclusive growth community.
In this episode of the “Philanthropy in the New Normal” podcast, Teri Behrens discusses our 11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2021 report and what we can expect to see impacting the field of philanthropy in the coming months and years.
The articles in The Foundation Review Volume 12, Issue 4, guest-edited by Juan Olivarez, center on efforts to support inclusive growth communities.
Este informe presenta una revisión actualizada del progreso hacia la inclusión económica en el área de Grand Rapids, Mich.
This second webinar in a three-part series focuses on the role evaluators can play in monitoring and evaluating active investments, particularly from a gender lens.
In 2019, the ECON Club of Grand Rapids hosted a presentation on inclusive growth initiatives in communities featuring Dr. Juan Olivarez, Dr. Teri Behrens, and three Michigan mayors.
The Latinx Data Report helps highlight the perceptions and experiences of Grand Rapids’ Latinx residents related to topics such as housing, education, health, and food accessibility.