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Fund the People | News July 2018

On the Blog: Invest in Equity in the Nonprofit Workforce!
Rusty Stahl, President and CEO, Fund the People

If your nonprofit doesn’t invest in its staff in general, it will likely be unsuccessful at establishing a more diverse staff. If your organization is a toxic place to work, then the very people you want to engage will rightfully stay away. If you pay wages that are so far below market-rate that only independently wealthy people can afford to work there, it will likely be difficult to enhance the socio-economic diversity of the staff. By exploiting the labor of current employees, by default we exclude prospective staff. 

Luckily, there is a different way. In place of exploitation and exclusion, we can intentionally invest in your staff to fuel a more equitable and inclusive workplace.

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New Survey: Investing in Equity in the Nonprofit Workforce
We've partnered with the Center for Urban and Racial Equity to launch our Survey on Investing in Equity in the Nonprofit Workforce. This is our first step in producing new resources that will help funders and nonprofits invest in people of color and other constituencies in the nonprofit workforce. Share your perspective!
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Upcoming Presentations
Yolanda Caldera-Durant, Director of Programs, will present on a webinar for  the Foundation Center. Aug. 14, 2:00pm - 3:30pm ET. Learn More.

Rusty Stahl, President & CEO, will present to funders at the New York City Capacity-Building Collaborative on Sep. 12 at 9:30am. Learn More.

Yolanda will offer a workshop at the Michigan Nonprofit Association's Talent Strategy Summit on Sep. 12 in Royal Oak, MI. Learn More.

Rusty will offer a keynote at Santa Barbara North County's annual Nonprofit Forum on Sep. 27, and present a companion briefing for foundations in the City of Santa Barbara the following day. Learn More.


Rusty will present a keynote at the Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management at North Park University in Chicago on Oct 19. Learn More.
Appreciating Eshe Glover
Pictured above (L-R): Yolanda Caldera-Durant (Director of Programs, Eshe Glover, Nicole Garrens (Administrative Assistant, Emma Spalti (Spring 2018 Graduate Fellow), Rusty Stahl (President & CEO).
Eshe Glover (second from left) recently left our staff team after more than a year of service as our inaugural Communications Manager. Eshe brought serious skills, professionalism, and analytic skills to Fund the People. We appreciate her contributions, and look forward to seeing what she does next.
We want to learn from you! Does your foundation intentionally deploy resources to build the support systems that enable grantees to develop their staffs? Let Yolanda Caldera-Durant know!
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