Episode One: Organizational Cultures In Progress
Leaders are responsible for advancing equity and inclusion as core values in their organizations. In this episode, Bernie Banks and Minya Nance, Associate Deans of the Kellogg School of Management, and Dorri McWhorter, CEO of the YMCA of Metro Chicago, offer frameworks, ideas, and perspectives for leading change and building inclusive cultures.
Episode Two: Navigating Bias Across Organizations
To move beyond identifying bias, we must learn to navigate and mitigate it to address systems of inequity when engaging with stakeholders. In this three-part episode of Authentically Inclusive, Professor Nour Kteily of the Kellogg School of Management and Joy King, Chief Advancement Officer of Be the Match, examine how biases and power impact our lives and our work in the nonprofit sector.
Episode Three: Advancing Equity Through Empathy
Empathy is a critical component for advancing equity. In this three-part episode of Authentically Inclusive, Professor Gina Fong of the Kellogg School of Management and Franklyn Baker, President and CEO of the United Way of Central Maryland, talk about empathy, equity, and storytelling. Using examples from the nonprofit sector and beyond, they bring to life the role empathy can play in promoting equity at work.
At the heart of nonprofit development operations is the process of accepting, acknowledging, and recognizing gifts. Gift acceptance policies can be actively deployed to advance equity within your institution, diversify and educate your donor base, make giving more accessible, and reinforce the values of your organization.
Data shows that women make larger and more frequent charitable gifts than men across almost every income bracket and are more consistent about monitoring their philanthropic impact over time. In this article, we offer three considerations for your organization when thinking about how to better engage women donors.
CCS is proud to partner with the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on the release of the Everyday Donors of Color report, funded by the Gates Foundation.
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