Unbiased Sector has introduced the 2021 cohort of American Specific NGen Fellows.
The nine-month management improvement program for people ages 40 and below is a part of the American Specific Management Academy. Now in its twelfth 12 months, this system is targeted on driving ends in six core areas: self-awareness, racial fairness, adaptive management, results-based choice making, techniques change, and community improvement.
This 12 months’s fellows are Jazmín Chávez, affiliate vice chairman of public affairs at Hispanics in Philanthropy in Denver; Dion Dawson, founder and govt director of Dion’s Chicago Dream in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood; M. Michelle Derosier, chief program officer at iCouldBe.org in New York Metropolis; Tasha R. Fridia, assistant director on the Tribal Youth Useful resource Middle in Oklahoma Metropolis, Oklahoma; Kahina Haynes, govt director of the Dance Institute of Washington in Washington, D.C.; Gabriel Maldonado, CEO of TruEvolution in Riverside, California; Melaak Rashid, improvement director of Sensible Improvement in Cleveland; Erica Reid, nationwide director of applications at Buddies of the Kids in Charlotte, North Carolina; Sundiata Salaam, chief individuals officer at Freedom Preparatory Academy in Bartlett, Tennessee; Yadira Sanchez, co-executive director of Poder Latinx in Seattle; Jimmy Simpson, Jr., supervisor of partnerships on the Middle for Efficient Philanthropy, YouthTruth in Oakland, California; and Nellie Tsai, social innovation officer on the Michigan Nonprofit Affiliation in Detroit.
“Guaranteeing that everybody within the U.S. thrives is a collective effort. The American Specific NGen Fellows program is a crucial a part of this purpose as a result of it offers rising leaders with invaluable community-building expertise to deal with systemic inequities,” stated Unbiased Sector president and CEO Daniel J. Cardinali. “These leaders replicate the nation’s variety. They’re ensuring the social sector and our communities are wholesome and equitable for years to come back.”