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Organizational Resilience: An Equity Approach to Crises

Release Date: 
03/09/2020
How can philanthropy best strengthen organizational resilience? To find out, Alan Kwok spoke with Ana-Marie Jones, who has spent her career transforming organizations with her leadership on readiness, preparedness, and disaster response. Ana-Marie...

What We're Reading: March Equity & Social Justice Edition

Alice Hom and Daniel Lau
Release Date: 
03/05/2020
March is about “springing forward” and with the daylight savings time, we’ll have more light to read articles that help us understand and interrogate systems that keep people from educational materials, financial capital, and basic care and support...

2019 Annual (Not)-Report

Release Date: 
03/05/2020
If you’re looking for an annual report, you’ve come to the wrong place. But then, who looks for annual reports anymore? If you’re into joy, it was a good year to be part of NCG.

CEO Message: A Few Things I Have Learned about Leadership (So Far)

Ellen LaPointe headshot
Release Date: 
02/27/2020
A few weeks ago I was asked to help welcome NCG’s inaugural cohort of Rising Leaders with a few words on leadership. At first I was daunted, not sure exactly what I might have to offer on this topic. So I did what I always do when I am trying to get...

A Rare Gift (and I Don't Just Mean the Krispy Kremes)

Allison Magee
Release Date: 
02/27/2020
It’s hard to believe that in just a few years, Ellen and the NCG team have transformed the organization into what it is today. With over twice as many staff and a budget that’s almost four times the size, NCG is a force to be reckoned with.

Nicole Giles Joins the NCG Team

Nicole Giles headshot
Release Date: 
02/06/2020
NCG is pleased to welcome the newest member of its team, Nicole Giles , as its new Strategic Initiatives Associate.

What We're Reading: February Equity & Social Justice Edition

Release Date: 
02/06/2020
We’re leaping into this month with a list of articles about current events and how the past is framed depending on one’s viewpoint. Who has the power and privilege to name and frame ideas, historical events, and cultural practices? What’s our...

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