When we tell people that we have moved to a four Co-Executive Director model, often the first reaction is a mind-boggled stare: “You have four people doing the Executive Director […]
🎉 HAPPY NEW YEAR! 🎉 Can you believe it? We’re only $3,210 away from reaching our goal of raising $50,000 this holiday season!! Today is the last day to give […]
❤️ #GIVINGTUESDAY This year, let’s make #GivingTuesday the official start to the giving season! Does your wishlist look similar to ours? 2022 Wishlist: ⭐ Model and implement healthy organizational changes ⭐ Foster […]
To many folks in my circle, I am the quintessential job hopping millennial. After only a few years of using my undergrad degree and a nasty case of burnout, I […]
This is it. The moment we’ve all been waiting for since Vu announced his retirement three years ago. WE HAVE A NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STRUCTURE!!! I know you all have […]
RVC named four employees as new co-executive directors today
Those that are attracted to the nonprofit sector tend to be a caring bunch. They are often paid under-market wages and work long hours, justified (by both ourselves and our employers) by the meaning we derive from our work and the good we are doing in the world.
At RVC, we have worked with dozens of grassroots nonprofits of color over many years. Some of those organizations have thrived, others have folded. When it comes to building healthy organizations, there is no substitute for visionary leadership and dedicated, driven staff, but every organization we work with has this. So what does it mean when nonprofits have talented staff and a strong mission, yet still don’t thrive? The answer: it boils down to funding.
I’m still the Interim ED of RVC. Which was not the plan. When we first discussed extending the timeline, I was opposed. Dominant culture norms made me assume that was a bad thing – we need to change quickly! Be efficient!
3 Ways to Answer the Question, “Do I have capacity for that?” By Uma Rao, Rainier Valley Corps Capacity Building Coach In my work as a Capacity Building Coach, I […]