Strategies set out what we’ll achieve and how; if we’re not realistic, we set ourselves up to fail. But what does this mean for ambition in a world that needs transformative change? Executive Director of the Transparency and Accountability Initiative, Michael Jarvis and TAI Steering Committee member, Megan Colnar look back on the 2017–19 TAI strategy to ask whether there’s still a place for unattainable goals.
In response to the converging social and public health pandemics last year, people organized, voted, donated, and resisted, all united by the desire to transform reality into a more equitable future. This showed up in philanthropic giving through an unprecedented surge of commitments to funding for racial equity.
GEO is planning a major website redesign with content and customer relationship management system integration in support of our organizational goals and meet our evolving needs. This Request for Proposals is to identify a vendor partner with the skills, experience and vision to support this effort.
Denise Herrera, in her former role as Senior Capacity Building Officer at St. David’s Foundation, reflects on the importance of creating and cultivating a pipeline of future leaders who reflect the values and cultures of the communities they serve.