webinar register page

Webinar banner
Why Is Nonprofit Leadership So White?
An enduring reality in New York City's nonprofit human services sector is that the top executive positions at the majority of human services organizations are held by people who identify as white. However, in most cases, these agencies predominantly serve people and communities of color.

The visibility of leaders of color within nonprofit organizations is significant to those organizations' client communities, staff members, and for aspiring social work leaders. And while people of color have steadily risen to positions of responsibility within these organizations, CEO/President/Executive Director titles seem to elude BIPOC professionals.

In this panel discussion, a diverse group of current nonprofit leaders will explore the factors impacting who holds these positions, and identify ways in which agencies must adapt in order to address racial disparities in leadership. Additionally, the discussion will provide the information and next steps needed by schools of social work to inform educational curriculum, and will prepare students to advocate and organize around diversity and representation in nonprofit leadership.



PANELISTS:
Cristina Contreras, MSW, MPA, Executive Director, NYC Health & Hospitals/North Central Bronx

Jess Dannhauser, MSW, President & CEO, Graham Windham

Damyn Kelly, JD, PhD, President & CEO, Lutheran Social Services of NY

Maria Lizardo, LMSW, Executive Director, Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp.

MODERATORS:
Current Fordham Graduate School of Social Service MSW students:
Shadequa Hampton
Jolisa Beavers
Xiomara Wallace

Mar 3, 2021 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Webinar logo
* Required information
Loading

By registering, I agree to the Privacy Statement and Terms of Service.

Register