I’m presenting at the 2020 UPHS Annual Conference!
I get asked to speak on various topics. For this particular event, I’ll be sharing on Addressing the Racial Gap in Nonprofit Leadership. This topic is important because the nonprofit sector is experiencing a racial leadership gap. Studies show the percentage of people of color in the executive director/CEO role has remained under 20% for the last 15 years even as the country becomes more diverse. This session will explore a new narrative; to increase the number of people of color leaders, the nonprofit sector needs to address the practices and biases of those governing nonprofit organizations. Rather than focus on the perceived deficits of potential leaders of color, this session will focus on how the sector can concentrate on educating nonprofit decision-makers on the issues of race equity and implicit bias accompanied by changes in action leading to measurable outcomes.
This conference is perfect for leaders and managers of non-profit organizations. With educational tracks on:
- Culture, Equity and Inclusion
- Community Engagement
- Client Relations
PLUS…topics specifically curated for middle managers and executive directors on Day 2.
The UPHS Annual Conference takes place on August 19th and 20th via Zoom, so you can attend the conference from anywhere in the world and still remain socially distanced. Plus, all sessions will be recorded. You will have lifetime access to all sessions when you take advantage of the All Access Registration option.