Now entering its 4th iteration, the Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals (DAPP) Survey and Report aims to help the philanthropic community better understand its workforce and leadership. In addition to featuring one of the most comprehensive demographic sections in the sector, the DAPP has several features designed to help institutions better understand the experiences of distinct communities and provide real data to participants on the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in their home institutions. In this exciting session, representatives from CHANGE Philanthropy will present an in-depth overview of the DAPP, with emphasis on its history, core features, and examples of how PSOs can apply the DAPP data to their own knowledge building efforts. Our hope is that this session helps attendees think about how to use the DAPP to make changes in their own institutions.
- Explore possible ways of utilizing DAPP data to effect change in support of greater inclusion.
- Understand the features of the DAPP report and how to participate in future surveys.
- Connect with CHANGE partners for further resources to support diverse teams.
- What is the DAPP?
- What special incentives exist to encourage participation?
- How have others used the DAPP to address workplace culture?
- How can CHANGE partners help you in promoting inclusive workplaces?
- Tenaja Jordan, Research & Communications Director at CHANGE Philanthropy
- Deborah Aubert Thomas, CEO, Philanthropy Ohio, and Forum Racial Equity Committee Chair
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Audience: Forum Members and Members’ Members