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Fill out the form to learn the current perspective on race & diversity in the Central Florida Nonprofit Sector, receive the final results of the Evoking Change Survey Report, and receive information about upcoming events.
Nonprofits have long been on the front lines of racial justice, tasked with solving many of the most difficult social challenges while serving racially, culturally, and economically diverse populations. How can we, the nonprofit community, leverage our vast experience to lead our communities, the nation, and world as we all seek a more equal and just society?
Where we've been. Where we're going.
Timely Talks for Nonprofit Leaders Call to Action – A Conversation with Community Leaders offered a guided discussion with 159 attendees to begin the conversation on racial equity.
Timely Talks for Nonprofit Leaders
Dr. Ruth Edwards presented on Nonprofits in the time of Black Lives Matter hosting 119 nonprofit executive directors and leaders.
Timely Talks for Nonprofit Leaders: Dialogue on Racial Equity
Dynamic and impactful morning and afternoon sessions of A Dialogue on Racial Equity were offered to continue conversations.
Central Florida Nonprofit Survey on Racial Equity is developed and conducted in the 7-county area, focused on nonprofit professionals, board members, and leaders.
246 open-ended survey responses from the Central Florida Nonprofit Survey on Racial Equity were evaluated, coded, and reviewed. What’s next? We first needed to ask!
Central Florida Nonprofit Survey on Racial Equity Report is released.
Providing the current perspectives on racial equity in the nonprofit sector, the survey report will identify the needs of the individual, organization, and sector. Released March 11th. Access the report here.
Advisory Team is formed.
The advisory team will identify, vet, and review tools for nonprofit organizations, identify assessment options, and develop evaluation metrics on racial equity for nonprofit organizations. Learn about the team.
Join us to answer the following questions:
- How did we get here?
- Where are we going?
- Why do we need to be there?
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Evoking Change Advisory Team
The purpose of the Evoking Change Advisory Team is to review, advise and vet the nonprofit toolkit, assessment, and evaluation metrics on racial equity.
Members of the advisory team are executive directors, community leaders, board members, educators, and practitioners who provide a wealth of knowledge on nonprofit organizations and/or racial equity practices.
Evoking Change Partners
Developing the strongest nonprofit sector through education & management assistance.
Our mission is to develop global business leaders and innovators through a high quality, integrated, experiential education that prepares them to add significant value to their organizations and communities.