Making tech accessible: How Box is making space for diversity + inclusion

Box IT Director Jason Bergado with his team Many of us know cloud-content management company Box for the collaboration and storage it provides, and the often invisible ways it makes our daily work easier. But to Tipping Point, Box is making space not just for important documents, but for the essential and complex work of true &hellip; <a href="">Continued</a>

The nonprofit sector has a leadership problem — and Tipping Point is looking to shift it

By Jonathan Brack Recent research shows that people of color represent over 40% of the nonprofit workforce, but less than 20% of executive directors of nonprofit organizations nationally identify as a person of color. These statistics have not changed in nearly 20 years, even as the U.S. population and overall nonprofit workforce has grown increasingly diverse. &hellip; <a href="">Continued</a>

Tipping Point Launches Emerging Leaders Fellowship

Inaugural cohort of Emerging Leaders at kickoff retreat in Bodega Bay 10 Nonprofit Leaders of Color Selected for Nine-Month Intensive Program This fall, Tipping Point launched our first Emerging Leaders Fellowship, a nine-month program to support the growth and leadership skills of emerging nonprofit leaders of color. The Fellowship brings together 10 mid-level managers from Tipping &hellip; <a href="">Continued</a>

Tipping Point Releases Playbook On Corporate Diversity and Inclusion

Leading poverty-fighting organization collaborates with top Bay Area companies on a guide to hiring people from non-traditional backgrounds SAN FRANCISCO — Today, Tipping Point Community, a leading non-profit fighting poverty in the Bay Area, released The Road to Diversity + Inclusion, a “how-to” guide for creating an inclusive work environment. Based on case studies at companies such &hellip; <a href="">Continued</a>

6 Ways to Take Your Diversity + Inclusion Program from Intention to Impact

Co-authored by Daniel Lurie and Chauncy Lennon Last month, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission held a public hearing to take a hard look at diversity data in the tech sector. Currently, the number of African American and Latino/a technical employees at top Silicon Valley companies hovers around 5–7 percent. At the same time, the government &hellip; <a href="">Continued</a>