Community Foundation News
Blog, Racial Equity Hub | April 14, 2021
Building healthy nonprofits requires strong leadership and dedicated staff. However, every organization that has these features does not always thrive and that is because not all dollars are equal.
Racial Equity Hub | April 13, 2021
Making sure our data represents everyone equally and in a way that does not discriminate against a group of people will likely be one of the more significant challenges of the AI era… and quite possibly our workforce.
Blog, Racial Equity Hub | February 25, 2021
In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to showcase some fantastic, likely unknown, stories about the courage, love, and talents of some of the most creative Americans. These stories are housed in the digital archives at the National Museum of African American History & Culture, the only national museum dedicated to sharing African Americans' historic and ongoing experiences.
Blog, Racial Equity Hub | February 23, 2021
Adding to the DEI framework is another letter. B stands for "Belonging." But Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) are more than buzzwords. The DEIB framework is meant to improve workplace dynamics, workflow, productivity, and any organization's overall community.
Blog, Events, In The News, News and Articles, Publications and Resources, Racial Equity Hub | January 25, 2021
Community Foundation proudly announces Danita D. Nias as its new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A visionary thought leader with more than 20 years of experience in fundraising, strategic planning and institutional leadership in higher education, she succeeds Brad Hurlburt, who is retiring after seven years with the Foundation.
Racial Equity Hub | January 25, 2021
COVID-19 shed even more light on this nation's overwhelming health disparities. Taking a more in-depth look, this article will look at various ways to impact long-term change positively.
Racial Equity Hub | January 19, 2021
People have different experiences and outcomes based on their racial identities and where they live, work, and receive an education. Interestingly enough, many Americans know and even acknowledge these divides. Let's look at a few.
In The News, News and Articles, Racial Equity Hub | December 31, 2020
In this New Year, we have great hopes -- vaccines to end the COVID-19 pandemic, strategies to create more equitable communities, and an optimistic future that promises to unify our nation.
Racial Equity Hub | December 28, 2020
People have different experiences and outcomes based on their racial identities. Interestingly enough, many Americans know and even acknowledge these divides. And even though we may be making strides in some small areas, large inequalities persist.