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The Wisdom of the Nonprofit Crowd – Heather Parish & Lisa May Simpson

Could it be that nonprofit leaders collectively have the knowledge and skills we need -- and we just need the platforms and opportunities to share what we know with each other? In Season 2 Episode 4, you’ll meet a funder whose unique talent-investments demonstrate the power of this idea. The Pierce Family Foundation invests in [...]

The Social Justice “Talent Boom” – with Deepak Bhargava and Gara LaMarche

New progressive social movements are driving a huge boom of new talent. But leadership development efforts don’t have the funding or scale to keep up. Our guests today are working to change that.  In episode 2 of our second season, we’re thrilled to talk with Deepak Bhargava and Gara LaMarche, who seek to build a [...]

Inauguration Day bop Bonus Episode! With Special Guest Dan Cardinali, Independent Sector

Fund The People: A Podcast with Rusty Stahl is between seasons one and two. But as a bonus to our listeners, we’re excited to bring you our Inauguration Day Special Episode!  First, Rusty Stahl, President and CEO of Fund the People, and host of the podcast offers an urgent call and a vision for a [...]

Activating leaders at all levels: An interview with ProInspire founder and CEO, Monisha Kapila

In this episode, we speak with Monisha Kapila, the founder and CEO of ProInspire. ProInspire helps individuals and organizations achieve their potential for social impact. Monisha brings 15 years of experience in the business and nonprofit sectors. Prior to launching ProInspire, she was a Senior Business Manager for Capital One Financial Corporation. Previously, she was [...]

By | November 20th, 2020|diversity, equity, nonprofit workforce, philanthropy, podcast, racial equity|0 Comments

Pay Your Interns: 3 Things You Can Do to Ensure Internships Build Race Equity Culture in Nonprofits

By Yolanda Caldera-Durant, Vice President, Fund the People. For many aspiring professionals of color, unpaid internships and low-paying apprenticeships are one of the few ways they can enter the nonprofit workforce, but they simply are not financially viable. Moreover, their lived experience in communities is not fully valued by potential nonprofit employers. These conditions must [...]