Rusty Stahl’s Radical Vision for a Transformed Nonprofit Workforce

Rusty Stahl

The typical nonprofit playbook includes a scenario where an organization has constrained resources and overworked staff with limited access to professional development opportunities. Rusty Stahl, CEO and Founder of Fund the People, is advocated for something radically different. In this episode of Social Change Diaries, Rusty makes the case for an industry wide overhaul of how we invest in the nonprofit workforce.

Kashif Shaikh on Leadership that Reframes the Narrative Around Muslim-Americans

Kashif Shaikh

As a first-generation Muslim American, Kashif Shaikh sees the world through a lens that ensures American Muslims have access to all of the freedoms and opportunities this country offers. In a conversation about leadership, he shares his vision and the importance of developing leaders who can tell their stories to create change, shifting the current narrative around Muslim-Americans. In less than a decade, under Kashif’s leadership, he has grown the organization he co-founded, the Pillars Fund, into a leading voice for American Muslims. Listen and learn.

Five Women to Watch in Social Change

Women In Business

Taking inspired leadership to the next level

As The Wakeman Agency concludes our celebration of bold and innovative agents of change and progress during Women’s History Month, we’re proud to spotlight five women who are making the world a better place in various spheres. From fostering economic viability by providing the homeless with a greater sense of agency to trying to level the playing field when it comes to racial inequity, these leaders have made not only a name for themselves, but also for the social change causes they advance each day.

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