HACR Corporate Inclusion Index
The HACR CII takes a comprehensive measurement of the business practices and strategies of participating companies around HACR’s four pillars: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance. The data collected provides a “snapshot” of Corporate America’s Hispanic inclusion efforts to date on how to improve Hispanic representation within companies.
Author(s) : Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility
Diversity Matters research looks at the relationship between the level of diversity and companies financial performance. The research is based on financial data and leadership demographics, compiled from hundreds of organizations and executives located in the United Kingdom, Canada, Latin America, and the United States.
Author(s) : Vivian Hunt, Dennis Layton, and Sara Prince
How Diversity Makes Us Smarter
This article address the beneficial impact diversity has on companies.
Author(s) : Scientific American – Katherine W. Phillips
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: #OscarsSoWhite Campaign
Article entails what nonprofits can learn from the #OscarsSoWhite campaign exemplifying the lack of diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry.
Author(s) : Monisha Kapila
Missing Pieces Report: The 2016 Board Diversity Census of Women and Minorities on Fortune 500 Boards
From the authors: This study is the outgrowth of a multi-year effort organized by Alliance for Board Diversity, collaborating with Deloitte for the 2016 census, which has examined and chronicled the degree of participation of diverse professionals on boards of directors across America’s largest companies.
Author(s) : Deloitte Development LLC.
Joining Boards: It’s Not Just Who You Know That Matters
The authors surveyed more than 1,000 board members in 59 countries. In the survey, boards members were asked about specific skills they posses – data was analyzed along other dimensions including geographics and industry.
Author(s) : Boris Groysberg and Deborah Bell
California Foundations Agree to Invest More in Minority Areas
From the author: Under pressure from minority members of the California Legislature,10 of the state’s largest foundations will give an additional $30 million over the next three years to nonprofits in communities of color.
Author(s) : Aurelio Rojas
Strengthening Nonprofit Minority Leadership and the Capacity of Minority-Led and Other Grassroots Community-Based Organizations
The purpose of this report is for the development of new grantmaking efforts that would focus on capacity-building and leadership development for community-based organizations serving ethnic minority populations.
Author(s) : The Foundation Coalition
Funding The New Majority: Philanthropic Investment in Minority-Led Nonprofits
This study builds extensively on Greenlining’s prior reports on foundation giving to minority-led organizations.This study examined two foundation samples: the twenty-five largest national independent foundations by asset size and the ten largest California independent foundations by asset size in 2005.
Author(s) : Christian González-Rivera, Courtney Donnell, Adam Briones, Sasha Werblin
A Call for Diversity Data Is Met With Silence by Many Green Funders
From the author: An initiative to get nonprofits and foundations to publicize diversity statistics.
Author(s) : Tate Williams