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Who does it: These are the stories on the people that are doing this work and some of their ideas.

14 made-up awards for Ignite Philly 21’s hella intersectional speakers people

Oct. 26, 2018 11:15 am

14 made-up awards for Ignite Philly 21’s hella intersectional speakers

Compared to its inception 10 years ago, the event series is no longer just for technologists. Here's our recap of talks by people making Philadelphia better.
BMe founder Trabian Shorters: The philanthropic sector is thinking about equity all wrong people

Oct. 25, 2018 1:15 pm

BMe founder Trabian Shorters: The philanthropic sector is thinking about equity all wrong

Learn to cut the stigmatizing labels: The DEI expert and social entrepreneur is speaking at Philanthropy Network of Greater Philadelphia's fall conference on Nov. 2.
The story behind the Philly United Way’s 37 layoffs people

Oct. 16, 2018 2:22 pm

The story behind the Philly United Way’s 37 layoffs

"This is a bold and painful step," said President and CEO Bill Golderer. However, to be clear: "This is not a cost-cutting exercise."
The Philly United Way reportedly laid off a third of its staff on Monday people

Oct. 15, 2018 8:44 pm

The Philly United Way reportedly laid off a third of its staff on Monday

President and CEO Bill Golderer told Philly.com the cuts were made because "the organization needs to be set up to make meaningful investments on moving the needle on this stubborn problem of poverty."
Sangeeta Prasad wants to inject more empathy into Philly’s parole and probation systems people

Oct. 8, 2018 12:45 pm

Sangeeta Prasad wants to inject more empathy into Philly’s parole and probation systems

The new Stoneleigh Fellow and ex-public defender will work with the district attorney's office to revise the practices that keep 40,000 Philadelphians under community supervision.
Power Moves: PhillyCAM hired Nasha Taylor as its first-ever community engagement director people

Oct. 1, 2018 4:35 pm

Power Moves: PhillyCAM hired Nasha Taylor as its first-ever community engagement director

Plus, Need in Deed has a new executive director, United Way of Chester County's president and CEO is retiring and four more leadership changes in Philly's social impact community.
Power Moves: Project 440 cofounder Joseph Conyers earned a major career grant people

Sep. 18, 2018 12:45 pm

Power Moves: Project 440 cofounder Joseph Conyers earned a major career grant

Plus, Elwyn hired its first chief medical officer, Girl Develop It's leaders scored $50,000 from a WeWork competition, Art-Reach and Benefits Data Trust have new director-level staffers and five more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
The activist owners of South Philly Barbacoa will be featured on Netflix’s ‘Chef’s Table’ people

Sep. 11, 2018 7:00 am

The activist owners of South Philly Barbacoa will be featured on Netflix’s ‘Chef’s Table’

Generocity sat down with Cristina Martinez and Benjamin Miller to discuss their experience filming the international-facing show and the impact they hope to make by speaking out on behalf of undocumented workers. Their episode premieres Sept. 28.
Power Moves: PHMC hired its first chief program officer people

Sep. 10, 2018 1:45 pm

Power Moves: PHMC hired its first chief program officer

Plus, Mark Wheeler is officially the city's permanent CIO, the local African-American Chamber of Commerce picked its first Youth Professional Advisory Council and seven more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
These leaders of color make up DiverseForce’s 2018-2019 board development cohort people

Sep. 5, 2018 10:21 am

These leaders of color make up DiverseForce’s 2018-2019 board development cohort

DiverseForce on Boards trains mid- to senior-level professionals on the ins and outs of nonprofit board leadership over seven months in partnership with Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies and ImpactED.

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