Posts by Kimberly Haskins
Kimberly Haskins joined Barr as a senior program officer in 2003. She currently supports Barr’s Sector Effectiveness efforts, focusing on the leadership and informed decision-making segments of the portfolio. As part of this role, she manages the Barr Fellowship.
Next Barr Fellowship Class Scheduled for 2023
Adapting to COVID-19, Barr extends timeline for 2019 Barr Fellows and postpones selection of the next class.
The Racial Leadership Gap Among Massachusetts Nonprofits
New report finds progress, yet much work still to do for the sector to realize more diverse and inclusive leadership.
Race to Lead 2019
Building Movement Project seeks input for a new survey on leadership and race in the nonprofit sector.
Announcing the 2019 Class of Barr Fellows
Selected for their outstanding leadership and contributions to the Greater Boston community.
Far From the Day-to-Day, Boston Leaders Reflect, Connect
Members of the 2017 class of Barr Fellows share about their ten-day learning journey to Rwanda.
Five Lessons from Two Decades of Early Education Grantmaking
Senior Program Officer Kimberly Haskins reflects on nearly 20 years of work focused on improving outcomes for Massachusetts’ youngest learners.
Charting a Course to Universal, High-Quality Pre-K
A capstone investment building on more than a decade of progress for Boston’s youngest students.
Quality Counts for Strong Starts
As she retires from the field, Mav Pardee of Children’s Investment Fund reflects on the importance of creating high-quality, supportive environments for early childhood learning.
A New Model for Quality Improvement in Early Education
Improving program quality to help more children enter school ready.
A New Approach to Scaling High-Quality Pre-Kindergarten
Building on its highly successful pre-kindergarten program, Boston Public Schools (BPS) has teamed up with community-based early care and education centers providing preschool programs to share what has worked well and to test a new way to expand access to high-quality early education.