Neurodiversity in the Workplace: How Employers Can Provide for the 1 in 5 With a Learning or Thinking Difference
By Yvonne Cowser Yancy The notion of prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace has not only become a more explicit focus for companies in recent years, but also essential elements for retention and recruitment. Often, applicants will voice that...
Staff at the storied Charleston institution has been focused on improving diversity and accessibility Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Adam Parker It was a turning point. In 1992, the Maryland Historical Society opened an exhibition called “Mining the Museum” by...
[Recorded on International Women’s Day, March 8th, 2022] Craig Martin – Co-Host The Good RoadWe haven’t known each other long but everything about you inspires me. Tell me about the passion you have for your music and your community, why am I so inspired? Rupa Murthy,...
Photo: Courtesy of CASL A Chinese American Service League employee meets with a client. Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Abbey Eusebio To put it plainly, the last couple years have not been good for the Asian American Pacific Islanders community members’ mental...
CEO of SVX Mexico Laura Ortiz Montemayor’s mission is to connect natural capital with financial capital through high impact investment.
The “Stay Out of Haiti” Opinion article has prompted reader responses from around the globe. Native Haitians weigh in to add more depth and context to the ideas and thoughts Lisa Hyatt shared in her piece.
Bees are an essential part of the earth’s ecosystem and play a key role in pollinating over 70% of the crop types used to feed the majority of humans and animals. In the Kashmir region of Pakistan, a community of farmers backed by UK NGO Human Appeal are working to foster the practice of beekeeping and protect a native bee species.
When it was founded 115 years ago, the YWCA Greater Charleston was a safe space for Black girls and women during a period of institutionalized racism and discrimination. By 2017, LaVanda Brown’s first year as executive director, the organization needed an upgrade.
Equity remains a crucial element in the transition from social diversity to inclusion. Stanley Clark shares some facilitators to empower women world leaders through gender-equal channels.
Dr. Schroeder believes that every child should have access to medical care no matter where in the world the child resides. And she has dedicated her life to turning that belief into reality.
Capacity building for a nonprofit organization means funding; staff; administrative overhead. It means having the capacity to do the work that needs to be done. Hetal Jani is no stranger to this fact.
Edna Ogwangi works intentionally to mitigate bias and support gender equality in Rise Against Hunger’s programs. “When voices of individuals who know the problem, understand the context and have lived experiences in the community we are trying to support are left out or not given an opportunity to speak up — that’s a problem.”
How often do we allow ourselves to get lost in the moment? To take a detour beyond our best laid plans and to do so without expectations or a wanting in our hearts?
It is never one generation’s task alone to eradicate ongoing threats to democratic freedoms and human rights; it is, instead, our job to support and cultivate the leaders of today.