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Tips for Diversifying Your Nonprofit Board

Making a nonprofit board more diverse and inclusive won’t happen overnight and changing a culture takes time. Here are some steps leaders in nonprofit can take to make sure their organization is headed in the right direction to become part of the ...

They get it!

Leadership Indianapolis’ board exemplifies diversity in its truest form  By Grace Michaels Experts have ingrained the word diversity in our minds for eons, however, for some businesses and organizations, actually applying the principles has ...

Gender neutral

Indiana nonprofits work to close gender pay gap By Oseye Boyd When Jan Virgin learned she made less money as executive director of Dance Kaleidoscope than the male artistic director, she demanded pay equity. “I wouldn’t stand for it,” ...

A path to nonprofit

Multiple roads available to nonprofit success By IMBM staff There is no one way to end up at a nonprofit organization, the three leaders below talk about their journey into the nonprofit world. One thing the all agreed on, if you don’t have ...

Ahead of the curve

Protections against sexual harassment not new for nonprofits By Oseye Boyd It started with a ripple here: The Women’s March in Washington, D.C. to protest President Donald Trump’s treatment of women’s issues. A wave there: Former Uber ...

Tips on taxes

How the new tax act could affect your nonprofit By Brandon A. Perry Nonprofit organizations across America have been on alert since passage of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The law contains the most sweeping changes to the tax code in over 30 ...

A focus on film

Indiana home to flourishing film industry, talented moviemakers By Keshia McEntire When a filmmaker visits a location to shoot their latest project, they bring economic growth with them. In Indiana alone, the film industry provides 7,018 jobs ...

Same old song

Broadcasting still lacks diversity despite changing landscape By Ebony Marie Chappel From the introduction of FM to the emergence of streaming over traditional airwaves, the radio industry has experienced many changes over the decades. “W...

Sister storytellers

Many paths to success in filmmaking By Keshia McEntire   Despite reports of gender inequality in the film industry, these local ladies are bringing much-needed girl power to a male-dominated field. With years of experience under their ...

Growth from change

Minority press adapts in the digital age By Brandon A. Perry More people are getting their news on  computers and smartphones with arrival of the digital age. However, newspapers and magazines have not only survived, but are also preparing to ...