Last October, I received an email about an HR nonprofit diversity conference in San Francisco. I forwarded the email to our HR director. I have to be part of this program, I thought.
The move to Arkansas did represent something brave and bold. But not in the way our friends saw it.
The Council on Foundations has announced the names of the 24 promising philanthropic leaders have been selected to participate in the fourth Career Pathways Program. This intensive, year-long leadership development program is designed to foster diverse talent and excellence among the philanthropic sector's senior executives.
This past Friday a diverse group of philanthropic leaders gathered in New York City to discuss the unexpected election results, what those results mean for our nation and what they mean for our work, both individually and as a sector.
The East Bay Community Foundation has kept the Council abreast of the latest in regards to the recent tragedy in Oakland. Included in their response is a strategic move to address the safety and affordability of spaces for the artist community in Oakland.
Global Greengrants Fund shares a few of the lessons they have learned by supporting grassroots environmental and social justice groups in 167 countries around world.
My great aunt, Georgeanna Gibbs Browne, born in 1876 in Philadelphia, was a victim of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C).
There is tremendous value in listening to and learning from individuals, groups and communities.
Director of Community Philanthropy Brad Ward shares the big takeaways from Strengthening Community: Finding Synergies between Leadership and Donor Engagement, a recent Council member workshop about what it takes to operate a successful community foundation in this century.