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Author Drezner, Noah D.

Title Race, gender, and leadership in nonprofit organizations [electronic resource] / Noah D. Drezner [et al.].

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

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Physical description 198 p.
Notes Electronic book text.
Epublication based on: 9780230120396, 2011.
Contents The Leaders Race, Gender, and Identity Background and Family Influences Education Religion and Spirituality Challenges and Sacrifices.
File type Document
Summary This volume centers on the lives and experiences of female and African American leaders of foundations and nonprofits. Contributors to the volume examine race and gender as constructs and provide a theoretical background for understanding their effect on the psycho-social development of the individuals. Thisvolume centers on the lives and experiences of female and African American leaders of foundations and nonprofits.Contributors to the volume examinerace and gender as constructs and provide a theoretical background for understanding their effect on the psycho-social development of the individuals.They explore their family backgrounds and childhood experiences as well as the impact of education on their lives and future leadership.
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History notes Marybeth Gasman is a professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania.Noah D. Drezner is an assistant professor of Higher Education at the University of Maryland.Edward Epstein is an associate director of Community Engagement for the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts and the Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the former Director of the University City Arts League.Tyrone Freeman is an associate director of Public Service and the Fundraising School at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.Vida L. Avery is the manager of Resource Development over the Texas Center for Grants Development at Harris County Department of Education.
Other author Epstein, Edward.
Freeman, Tyrone.
Avery, Vida L.
Gasman, Marybeth.
Subject Nonprofit organizations -- Management -- United States.
African Americans -- Charities.
Women in charitable work -- United States.
Women philanthropists -- United States.
Non-profitmaking organizations.
Gender studies: women.
Black & Asian studies.
Education.
Business and Management.
ISBN 9781137001689 : £66.00
1137001682 : £66.00