November 17, 2017
    Do you know what 'diversity' is?

    Plus, the Nonprofit Finance Summit is in 2 weeks! Thinking Aloud, by Ed Dalere

    By Ed Dalere | 08/24/2017

    You might think you do, and you could be correct, or likely, partially correct. Because like many things, “diversity” and also “inclusion” means something different to different people. Diversity to boomers and Gen Xers, for instance, means protected class, but to a millennial it could mean differences in thoughts and other factors that go beyond someone’s ethnic group.

    This is the discussion of a new white paper called “Include is a Verb: Moving from talk to action on diversity and inclusion” by Sherry A Marts, PhD, and Elizabeth Weaver Engel, M.A., CAE. This in-depth white paper takes a look at D&I in associations: what makes efforts unique, why efforts fail among associations, and acting on D&I.

    The paper covers examples, advice, a case study and thought pieces on D&I. If you have a question about your association’s D&I, you might find your answers in this paper, which you can download here.

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    The Nonprofit Finance Summit in Chicago is just weeks away. Space - including the room block - is filling up fast! Don’t miss this must-attend event for association and nonprofit finance professionals! To register and for details, click here.

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