Posts in: "Project LEAD"
Project LEAD 2021
Now, more than ever, we need more people of color on boards—it is critical that there be more representative leadership in our community’s organizations. In… Read More
On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, the celebration of 47 people of color about to serve their community had us extra proud. Project LEAD (Leadership, Effectiveness and Diversity) is a month-long training program to prepare people of color to serve on nonprofit boards. The training comes to an end with a recruitment fair, where nonprofits get to meet potential new board members, and a graduation celebration. Read Article
Thinking about joining a board of directors somewhere near and dear to your heart? Make sure you know these 10 typical expectations of board members so you can make the biggest difference. Read Article
Check out our interview with Project LEAD alum, Court Judge Nicole Phelps who was a speaker the Project LEAD 25th anniversary graduation. Inspiring! Read Article
This guest post is by Yuri Kim, a Project LEAD… Read Article
Project LEAD graduates have just hit the 1,000 mark. That's a great milestone. But what's greater is what it means: that many people—more specifically people of color—are using this training to serve on nonprofit boards and other leadership positions in our community. Because why wouldn't our nonprofits reflect our area's spectacular diversity? Read Article