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Consumer Health Foundation – Internal Diversity and Equity Indicators

This 2015 assessment lists internal diversity and equity indicators used by Consumer Health Foundation.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Philanthropy – What Now?

This op-ed was originally published on April 11, 2016 on the Chronicle of Philanthropy.  By: Robert Ross, Luz Vega-Marquis and Stephen Heintz From Black Lives Matter and #OscarsSoWhite to Syrian refugees and giant border walls, our political and civic discourse of late has focused on who’s included and who’s excluded from key segments of society. Questions […]

D5 at COF : Talent Pipeline, Deep Dive on Data

Join D5 for two exciting sessions at the Council on Foundations Annual Meeting, April 10-12, 2016  in Washington, D.C. Afternoon Plenary – The Importance of Investing in the Talent Pipeline Sunday, April 10 5:15-6:15 p.m. We will highlight important achievements in the talent pipeline and discuss strategies for reaching our aspiration of real inclusiveness to advance the common good. […]

Diversity at TCE: Important Enough to Measure

Robert K. Ross, MD, President and CEO of The California Endowment (TCE) and D5 Co-Chair, describes how data collection enables his foundation to live its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, in a recent GlassPockets blog post. TCE’s Diversity Audits stand as a model to the field for tracking progress on a range of DEI indicators.

Kresge Foundation CEO Speaks Out on Green Ceiling and Diversity Data

Don’t miss the op-ed by Kresge Foundation President and CEO Rip Rapson in which he calls his fellow environmental funders to task for perpetuating a “green ceiling” within the environmental movement—where people of color and other groups are under-represented among staff and boards of environmental organizations, and grassroots organizations are less likely to receive philanthropic dollars. […]