Nonprofit management

How individual background, resources, history and need can play a role in determining more equitable wealth distribution.
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Remote Work
NYN Media spoke to experts on how to keep workers safe during the pandemic.
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Foundational parts of organizational infrastructure at many organizations has been tested and strained by the pandemic and will require new ways to equip nonprofits and their leaders so they can continue to do their work.
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Alphonso David, former president of the Human Rights Campaign.
After being ousted from the Human Rights Campaign, David has threatened the organization’s board with a “legal challenge” but does he have a shot at a successful suit?
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“I think larger organizations have weathered the storm better,” Tiloma Jayasinghe, president and CEO of Community Resource Exchange, told NYN Media.
Small and midsized nonprofits were protected from being forced to shut down or merge thanks to government help.
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"Nonprofits asking for interns to work without pay is not just unfair, it actually has racist undertones," writes Angelique Molina.
Nonprofits may find themselves contributing to inequity and the racial wealth gap when they don’t pay interns.
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Drive Change founder and CEO Jordyn Lexton.
The founder and CEO of Drive Change talks to NYN Media about their decision to step down.
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President & CEO of the Fortune Society JoAnne Page.
Nonprofit leaders share their lessons from the shift to remote work.
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