The New Philanthropists, in partnership with Measure, is releasing its first data report, Breaking Barriers: Bridging the Nonprofit Board Representation Gap in Austin. The Black Paper focuses on insights accumulated from participants of the Board Mentors of Color Program and highlights the voices from leaders of color in the Austin community. Read detail below. For Immediate Release – February 28, […]
Begin 2020 by committing to make your board more diverse and inclusive! The New Philanthropists invites you to apply to their Nonprofit Board Assessment Program, First Look, that helps a board prepare for the transformational process required to increase diversity. Identify your challenges through their Recruitment workshop and learn the right strategies to build a better board! Recruitment Workshop: In […]
The Equity Chair workshop is designed to prepare, support and elevate new and seasoned board members of color, and allies, for their role as governing members on nonprofit boards. This training is focused on disrupting board norms and learning how to navigate mainstream nonprofits through a cultural conscious perspective. Main topics include: culturally relevant leadership, speaking your truth, confronting tokenism, […]
It is with great excitement that I formally announce my new role as Executive Director at The New Philanthropists (also known as TNP). When I first learned about TNP, through founders Monica Maldonado-Williams and Mando Rayo, I immediately wanted to become involved and I immediately understood the mission. Throughout my career in advertising, my work focused on developing relevant creative […]
We hosted a great Q&A with Ali Khataw & Emlyn Lee at our Asian Communities Meet-up. We discussed ways Asians can get connected to mainstream nonprofits, board service and leadership as well as identity issues and how to represent the many cultures and voices of Austin Asians on nonprofit boards. Thank you to our our community partners Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce, Kinokuniya Bookstore […]
In 2018, Mando Rayo, Monica Maldonado Williams, and Kazique Prince were on hand to accept one of the inaugural Mosaic Awards. The awards honored organizations and businesses advancing diversity and inclusion efforts in Austin.