How Nonprofit CEOs And Board Chairs Can Cultivate Justice, Equity, Diversity And Inclusion
The pandemic lockdown of 2020 and 2021 presented (and continues to present) multiple sources of stress and associated symptoms in the U.S. population, leading the American Psychological Association to declare a national mental health crisis. Efforts to establish a new normal in the way we work have exposed anxieties, tensions and dividing lines in many organizations. Because nonprofits are often on the front lines in supporting the causes that matter and in adapting and responding to rapid social and technological changes, nonprofit staff are particularly vulnerable to stressful conditions.
Christopher Washington is a learning ecosystem designer who serves as Executive Vice President and Provost of Franklin University.
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Forbes Nonprofit Council
Washington, C. (2021). How Nonprofit CEOs And Board Chairs Can Cultivate Justice, Equity, Diversity And Inclusion. Forbes Nonprofit Council Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/facstaff-pub/82