Does Your Definition of Leadership Exclude Women of Color?

The thought-provoking article from HBR, below, highlights the need to redefine leadership in our organizational contexts. Summary: Many organizations have committed to diversifying their leadership and promoting more women of color to…

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Resources Roundup: Recommended Books

During our online conference this year we asked participants to share the best book they’ve read in the past year. Here’s what your colleagues are reading! Book descriptions are borrowed from Amazon.…

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2021 Annual Conference, Session 1: Navigating Amid Sea Change

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Racial Equity and Philanthropy

Summary: This research, from Echoing Green and Bridgespan, lays bare the racial disparity in today’s funding environment and argues that population-level impact cannot happen without funding more leaders of color. Christy Vines…

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Foundation Equity Practice Assessment

Exponent Philanthropy has a really useful self-assessment for foundation board/staff on current equity practices- takes less than 5 min and provides some helpful insights for moving forward! Exponent Philanthropy’s Equity Practice Assessment

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What You Can Do to Support Black Communities

I was on a great call with Southern California Grantmakers a few days ago on supporting black communities in philanthropy. Although it’s more focused on LA county and from a more secular…

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Christian Employer’s Alliance

Our colleagues Chad Jackson and Jenifer Duncan, from the Jackson Family Foundation, shared this information from Eric Welch about the Christian Employer’s Alliance with PCP: Christian Employers Alliance is a 501c3 membership…

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We Are All Trustees

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Program Strategy and Evaluation

In June 2019, Paul Brest and Erinn Andrews of the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society presented a workshop on applying theory of change to program strategy and evaluation. Julie Aleman…

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Tools for Taking Action

Meridith Polin, a senior officer at Pew Charitable Trusts, directs the Pew fund for health and human services in Philadelphia’s evaluation capacity building initiative, which aims to accelerate the use of data for monitoring,…

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Driving Excellence with Values

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The profile of a successful grant developer

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