While I cannot do anything about our country’s obsession with the belief that bigger is always better, I can take umbrage with folks who prefer the maxim “bigger is better” over that of “quality, not quantity.” Those who prefer the former over the latter may do well in the for-profit sector, but certainly do not serve the nonprofit sector well.
I was reminded of my dismay when reading a study released this past October by Community Brands. “Nonprofit Finance Study: The dynamics and challenges of growth,” Read more
Earlier this week, the only male student in the class I’m teaching this summer did a presentation on the gender wage gap in the nonprofit sector. And though, according to the Pew Research Center, millennials seem to be kicking it, such that in 2012, the gender wage gap in newly hired millennials was only 93%, it appears that this was but a temporary kick in the rear.
Sadly, indications are that the gap begins to return to the larger disparity of the whole (84%) as millennials Read more