Vu Le, founding director of Rainier Valley Corps and author of the popular NonprofitAF blog, shares in this frank, humorous, and insightful talk about how collective impact can adversely affect communities when equity and inclusion are not fully implemented into its structures, practices, and purpose.
Due to the original recording, this episode may be heard best with headphones.
In this episode, we’re sharing a keynote talk titled, “Beyond Seats at the Table: Equity, Inclusion, and Collective Impact” that features a talk by Vu Le, founding Executive Director of Rainier Valley Corps and author of the blog NonprofitAF.
Introducing Vu Le is Sheri Brady, who serves at the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions as well as co-lead of the Collective Impact Forum. This talk was held on April 3, 2018 at the 2018 Collective Impact Convening in Austin.
1:05: Introduction by Sheri Brady of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions.
1:56: Keynote talk by Vu Le
Footnotes and Resources
- Transcript and Video of Vu Le’s talk.
- NonprofitAF blog
- Rainier Valley Corps
- Equity Matters in Collective Impact
- Moving Equity from Theory to Practice
- Bringing an Equity Lens to Collective Impact
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