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NATURAL COLLISIONS RETURNS!

Black Leadership: Past, Present & Future

There's just something about seeing Black leaders doing the work that needs to be done in Detroit and southeast Michigan. In the latest episode of the Natural Collisions podcast, join us for a conversation between Yodit Mesfin Johnson, President and CEO of NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work), and Nate Wallace, Detroit Program Director at the Knight Foundation. 

They discuss the Black leaders who've inspired them, the future of nonprofit leadership in Detroit, and the role philanthropy must play in making funding more equal.


Listen to the Natural Collisions podcast below, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!

MICHIGAN NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP SURVEY

Michigan Nonprofit Leadership Survey

Last year, Data Driven Detroit, Michigan Nonprofit Association and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy launched the Detroit Nonprofit Leadership Survey—the first comprehensive dataset on demographics of nonprofit leadership in Detroit. It was launched with support from the Knight Foundation, and you'll hear Yodit and Nate discuss the results in this month's podcast!


Now, you can take 15 minutes to complete the Michigan Nonprofit Leadership SurveyBy contributing your organization’s information to this research effort, you’ll help bring greater visibility to your nonprofit, its leadership, and the state of funding across all Michigan nonprofits. Take the survey, then share it with your nonprofit friends!

   

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