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Four Principles for Equitable Capacity Building

Four Principles for Equitable Capacity Building

Written by: Rony Cepeda Mekosh, Capacity Building Manager Just as the philanthropic and impact lending fields wrestle with how to make capital distribution more equitable for BIPOC leaders, I believe that the power dynamics and equity in capacity building also need an overdue transformation. REDF made this commitment in our 2021-2025 strategy following the heart-wrenching murder …

Four Principles for Equitable Capacity Building

We’re halfway there. Two and a half years into our five-year strategic plan. I’m a big believer in the importance of milestones, a reminder of how far you’ve gone, and motivation to help you get to where you’re going. For us, that’s all the way to an economy that works. For everyone.  With the release …

Four Principles for Equitable Capacity Building

It’s not the thump of the bass, but the roar of the crowd that makes my heart sing. Recently I saw Bruce Springsteen perform in the ivied walls of Wrigley Field, in my hometown of Chicago. By some wicked good fortune, I was seated (well, standing) near the stage – right in front of the …

Four Principles for Equitable Capacity Building

Download press release (PDF) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT Jaclynn Coussa Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications (415) 510 6027 jcoussa@redf.org MacKenzie Scott Grants $10 Million to REDF Scott’s transformational investment in REDF showcases the strength of the employment social enterprise solution for advancing economic inclusion and equity across the country. San Francisco, CA (August 30, 2023)—Philanthropist …