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Race to Lead 2019

Building Movement Project seeks input for a new survey on leadership and race in the nonprofit sector.

In 2016, the Building Movement Project conducted its first national survey on race and leadership in nonprofits. The data from that survey led to the development of the influential Race to Lead report series. The series has since become the largest national data set on race and leadership in the sector. And the report findings have challenged the way the nonprofit sector has been approaching the racial leadership gap.

We are pleased to announce an opportunity to contribute to research for Race to Lead 2019 through a confidential survey. Responses are welcome from anyone working for pay in the U.S. nonprofit sector.

Please Take the Race to Lead Survey:

Take the survey

To help Building Movement Project reach as many nonprofit staff as possible, please also share the link with your colleagues and networks.

One of the Barr Foundation’s core values is to invest in leadership, which we see as one of the essential capacities needed for a healthy, effective social sector. Through Barr’s Sector Effectiveness portfolio, we support efforts to cultivate leadership in the region that is representative of the diversity in our communities, highly skilled, and well prepared. We are particularly interested in work to build a pipeline of diverse, well-prepared leaders who can motivate others, drive change, and produce results. Since 2017, Barr has been proud to support Building Movement Project and its contributions toward this goal.

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Kimberly Haskins

Senior Program Officer, Sector Effectiveness