February is Black History Month – a time to recognize and honor the contributions and achievements of Black Americans and their role throughout U.S. history.
As nonprofits move forward with strategic plans, several new priorities have emerged to command their attention including staff wellness and issues concerning diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Of central importance to the nonprofit sector today is the question of whether boards are equipped to lead their organizations effectively. Learn more about purpose-driven board leadership, which we explored at our recent Leadership Matters discussion.
Since its founding in 1987, Schultz & Williams has been committed to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA) to promote social and racial justice and to eliminate inequity and racism in our community.
I don’t know what the July fourth means to you. Growing up, to me it meant baseball, picnics and fireworks. Friends and family gatherings. And, of course, our nation’s birthday. But what we need to focus on now is a more perfect union. Not a land of broken promises.