Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Hispanics Are Most Under Represented Group on Foundation Boards

Apropos of the annoncement earlier today that President Obama has nominated a Latina women for appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that "Foundations are failing to recruit diverse board leadership, with Hispanics being the most under represented compared to their growing number in American society."  This statement is based on report by the Greenlining Institute.  The Chronicle article indicates that the Greenlining report would be out "on Friday," it was not available when I checked the website earlier today.  Hopefully, if the report is posted soon, we will be able to get it up on the Nonprofit Law prof Blog.



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