“Race to Lead” is a study that explores BIPOC nonprofit employees’ perspectives and experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts in their respective workplaces and how those compare to that of their white counterparts.
Research from the Building Movement Project’s study entitled “Race to Lead” explores BIPOC nonprofit employees’ perspectives and experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts in their respective workplaces and how those compare to that of their white counterparts.
This week's guest is Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, Co-Director of the Building Movement Project (BMP). Prior to joining the BMP staff, Sean spent a decade working in various roles at Community Change, where he developed training programs for grassroots leaders, worked in the communications and policy departments where he coordinated online and grassroots advocacy efforts, and lobbied on a range of issues, including immigration reform, transportation equity, and anti-poverty programs. Before joining Community Change, Sean worked as a policy analyst at UnidosUS, where he focused on employment and income security issues.
Sean holds a Master’s in Public Administration from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service and a bachelor’s degree in social work and multicultural studies from St. Olaf College in Minnesota.
Download and Read "Race to Lead" here: https://racetolead.org/ For more information and tools on Race Equity visit: https://www.racialequitytools.org/ To learn more about the Building Movement Project visit: https://buildingmovement.org/
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