From Talk to Action: Embedding Equity and Inclusion Principles in Governance Design
A new Arabella resource, authored by Jessyca Dudley and Jessica Robinson Love with additional contributions from Kheira Issaoui-Mansouri and Allison Shean, shares useful lessons and considerations that may help as stakeholders across the social sector work to craft equitable and inclusive governance structures.
Like people across the country and around the world, the team at Arabella Advisors is committed to fighting COVID-19, flattening the curve, and saving lives in the many communities we serve. As we help our clients navigate their philanthropic responses and move more resources to those in need, we have created the following materials to share. If you have any questions or wish to share your own ideas and resources, please contact us at email@example.com.
With support from JP Morgan Chase & Co., the New Venture Fund’s Harriet Ecosystem Initiative partnered with Arabella Advisors to produce ‘An Economy for All,’ a report which explores race- and gender-based inequalities in entrepreneurial funding and which proposes ways for philanthropy to use the power of impact investing to unlock capital for these entrepreneurs.
Arabella’s Good Food team works alongside funders, investors, and others who are passionate about transforming our food systems. Together, we’re creating a world where delicious, nutritious, sustainably produced food is accessible to all.
Moving Beyond Theories of Change: A Framework for Strategic Implementation
In a new Arabella report, Senior Managing Director Gwen Walden proposes a framework for closing the gap that too often exists in philanthropy between big ideas and their effective implementation--via the people, partners, and platforms that empower social impact.