Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Featured Part-time Senior Writer - DevelopmentPennsylvania Humanities Council

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 21
Executive DirectorNGA

Warminster, PA

Executive

Apr 21
Director of DevelopmentSiloam Wellness

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 19
Resource CoordinatorWomen's Resource Center

Wayne, PA

Human Services/Mental Health/Recovery

Apr 17
Lending Program OfficerLocal Initiatives Support Corporation

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Apr 13
Community Relations Senior Consultant, VPWells Fargo

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Apr 11
Bi-Lingual Administrative AssistantCongregation of the Mission

Philadelphia, PA

Admin/Clerical

Apr 11
Director of DevelopmentLutheran Settlement House

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 07
Featured Director of Marketing & CommunicationsMalvern Preparation School

Malvern, PA

Marketing & Communications

Apr 06
Featured Human Resource ManagerNorris Square Community Alliance

Philadelphia, PA

Human Resources

Apr 06

From the blog

In Search of Cognitive Diversity

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 21 April 2017, 2:18 pm

While nothing new, diversity is an increasingly hot topic in popular culture and no less an issue in nonprofits.  Funders want diversity on the boards of its grantees; nonprofits want their boards to reflect their constituencies; everyone wants diversity of staff.   There is, however, no common understanding of diversity, as it is, to a very great extent dependent upon where you are, what you do, etc.  There is one guarantee, however:  most people’s concept of diversity tends to rest on those things that are easily seen—age, race, sex—and fairly easily ascertained—political leaning, sexual orientation, level of education. The absence of.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon