As a 25-year veteran of the nonprofit and education sectors, Elaine Ng is appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of TSNE MissionWorks.
I recently had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion promoting the release of a new report by The Hyams Foundation, Racial Inequities, Policy Solutions: Perceptions of Boston’s Communities of Color on Racism and Race Relations. The report assessed attitudes on race, policies, and quality of life among people of color in the City of Boston.
After the release of its initial report, Opportunity in Change: Preparing Boston for Leader Transitions and New Models of Nonprofit Leadership which was co-authored with TSNE MissionWorks, the Boston Foundation's Nonprofit Effectiveness program hosted a forum with the Building Movement Project and a panel of local community leaders outlining the findings published in their new report Race to Lead.
What if nonprofits could be more like improv actors? Applying the universal principles of unconditional support and team-based ideation will help bring your messages, mission and services to a new and exciting level.
There is nothing like a good set of data to help us confront what is real, versus what we assume. The Building Movement Project recently released its Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap report based on data from over 4,000 respondents. This study sought to understand the causes of this gap—between the racial composition of our society and that of senior nonprofit leadership.
Third Sector New England (www.tsne.org), the 60 year-old, nonprofit management support and capacity building organization, announced that it is changing its name to TSNE MissionWorks. The new moniker is the product of a rebranding effort, launched to bring the organization’s visual and verbal brand in line with its current operations, including an upcoming program expansion and a national search for new executive leadership.