The share of people of color in executive director and CEO roles in the nonprofit sector has remained under 20 percent for the last 15 years, despite a growing number of efforts to increase diversity in top leadership roles.
No one can argue that the financial aid process is frustrating. From complicated federal financial aid forms to conflicting University financial aid policies, for decades the financial aid process has created invisible barriers for our nation’s most vulnerable families.
A new pathbreaking study demonstrates that companies can advance diversity and inclusion, develop human capital for innovation, and foster economic development and achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals by engaging their employees on nonprofit boards. Here's the scoop.
June 2017 Chat Recap: Young Leaders Bridging Divides
Most of us know that Special Olympics has a profound impact on the athletes who participate and on communities around the world.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. noted, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”
Dispatches from the misty peaks of Yangshuo, China, where 22 conservationists gathered for an intensive leadership training.
Should nonprofits ever "donate" knowledge and skills to corporations?
Watch Cheryl L. Dorsey, pioneering social entrepreneur and President of Echoing Green, and The Chronicle of Philanthropy's Cody Switzer engage in a vibrant discussion on "intrapreneurship" in times of rapid change.