Jayne Cravens

Jayne an internationally-recognized consultant, researcher and trainer regarding communications, volunteer involvement / community engagement, and management for nonprofits, NGOs, and government initiatives. She is most well-known as a pioneer regarding the research, promotion and practice of virtual volunteering, including virtual team work, online mentoring,... (continued)

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Katie Snapp

At the heart of Katie Snapp is an animated extrovert, yet at an early age she found herself in a stodgy, male-based job as an electrical engineer. Thus was born a woman looking to make a difference.

Presently Katie speaks nationally and runs Skirt Strategies, training & encouragement for women in non-profit leadership, and speaks nationally. She has just... (continued)

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Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last (workbook)

Building a network can be challenging. Helping women develop the kind of relationships that pay valuable dividends to everyone involved is the goal of Froswa' Booker-Drew in this book, Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last. This powerful workbook will not only equip you with the information you need,... (continued)

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74% Study Highlights Gender Pay Gap Realities of Nonprofit Sector

The 74% Project leader, Peggy Outon of The Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, will be our very special guest for this webinar. She will reveal findings from years of data collection and share ideas on how to begin closing the gender pay to create pay equity for all.

Free Webinar: Register here: http://bit.ly/74Webinar

Listen to this podcast for a taste of what to expect...

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On The Rise: A Profile of Women of Color in Leadership

From a sample of 125 women executive directors of color (WEDOC) identified in the San Francisco Bay Area, this study reports on a written survey of 49 of these leaders. In addition, the report draws on in-depth interviews and Compasspoint's experience with convening lunches for women executive directors of... (continued)

Taggedleadershipdiversityminoritycommunity improvement & capacity buildingmanagement & technical assistanceexecutiveedwomen

Foundations of WAGES Cooperatives: A Guide to Creating Community-Based Cooperative Businesses

WAGES frequently offers our expertise to other organizations seeking to adapt our cooperative development model to create cooperative businesses in low-income communities. Our technical assistance program has assisted multiple cooperative start-up projects to launch in... (continued)

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Tuti Scott

Tuti B. Scott serves as President of her consulting firm Imagine Philanthropy advising organizations, social enterprise leaders and philanthropists. Tuti has been a leader in women’s rights, social justice philanthropy and women’s sports for three decades and enjoys helping people, families, and organizations live their values and... (continued)

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Marketing in the 21st Century

The following are categories with comments that may be helpful for inviting increased donations to your program. More...

Taggedmarketingbrandingleadershipmessagingdonor engagementsocial changewomengirlsmoney

Movement Building - What Can We Learn from Sports?

Few can deny the success of the women’s sports movement. Since the passage of Title IX in 1972, the growth of girls’ and women’s participation in sports has been simply
phenomenal. Within this movement are valuable lessons for those of us still working on issues such as reproductive... (continued)

Taggedwomen's sports movementwomensportsreproductive justicepay equityleadershipTitle IXfundersgoals

Authentic Leadership

I have lived in the reality of the ‘empowerment of women’ and elevating women’s voices and strengths my entire life; being paid to do it for most of my adult life as a non-profit administrator, a Board member and a consultant. It started when I insisted to my mother as a five year old that I be able to pick... (continued)

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Transitional Housing for homeless female veterans and their children in MI

Our Home Transitional provides housing and transitional services to female veterans in need. We help the to transitions to self-sufficiency and civilian society via local and national programs provided for us such as, mental and physical health care, job training and placement and/or schooling, vehicle and home.

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Gender Lens Investing

For years, the women’s funding movement and women's funds have been creating social change by investing in women. People have been energized by the profound impact of investing in women and girls. Funders across the philanthropic spectrum including Women Moving Millions, global giants such as Nike and Goldman Sachs, and the World Bank are investing in girls and women.

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samirah faruk

A community change maker who believes in creating impact in rural communities, empowering the women and children to create a sustainable means of living through various uses of water. Non Profit Executive Director

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