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Place Matters: A Two-Generation Approach to Housing

December 13, 2018

With collectively more than 100 years of policy expertise and values-based leadership between us, Ascend at the Aspen Institute and the Housing Opportunity and Services Together initiative at the Urban Institute partnered to develop a set of recommendations on how to harness assisted housing and public-private housing partnerships for better outcomes for families. By Dr. […]

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What the Hill–SE1:EP3 “Public Charge Comments Deadline”

November 28, 2018

 The deadline to submit public comments on the administration’s proposed “public charge” rule is December 10. If promulgated, the rule would change the definition of public charge from a person who is “primarily dependent on the government for subsistence” to an immigrant “who receives one or more public benefits.” It would also expand the list […]

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What the Hill–SE1:EP2 “Julie Sweetland”

October 9, 2018

Marie Camino and Brandon Toth are joined by Julie Sweetland, Vice President for Strategy and Innovation at the FrameWorks Institute to discuss how human service public policy advocates can apply FrameWorks’ research to issues related to immigration, the 2020 Census, and more.

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Leading with Intent: A Closer Look at Foundation Board Responses to Leading with Intent 2017

August 1, 2018

BoardSource has consistently tracked trends in nonprofit board leadership since 1994. In the summer of 2016, board chairs and executives from roughly 1,300 nonprofit organizations responded to a survey asking about their board’s composition, practices, performance, and culture. Leading with Intent found that people of color comprise 10% of CEOs, 10% of Board Chairs, and […]

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Working at the Intersections: LGBTQ Nonprofit Staff and the Racial Leadership Gap

August 1, 2018

Working at the Intersections focuses on the intersection of sexuality and race when evaluating nonprofit leadership. The report builds on Race to Lead, again utilizing the Nonprofits, Race, and Leadership Survey, and analyzing the answers of the 21% of respondents who self-identified as LGBTQ+. The findings of this report were significant, with nearly one-fifth of […]

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