Investing in innovative entrepreneurs can make high-quality education and training more widely available, especially among poorly served racial and ethnic groups.
Alternative economic and social investment models that are properly supported by new public policy and investment could help the United States create more equitable access to jobs and wealth.
Leaders working on issues including public health, human rights, and economic development discuss how nonprofits can do better by treating the people they’re trying to help as partners, not patients.
By taking some simple steps to support women entrepreneurs, accelerator programs like those at the University of California, MIT, and University of San Diego can help reduce notable gender disparities in America's startup landscape.
An International Women’s Day reading list featuring gender-focused articles on entrepreneurial spirit, resource accessibility, mental health, sexual misconduct prevention, and more.
Four strategies that can help fuel the momentum behind investing in organizations, products, and services that benefit women.
From emphasizing the importance of a data culture to exhorting people to “move thoughtfully and improve things,” nonprofit leaders, funders, scholars, and technologists at SSIR's 2019 Data on Purpose Conference provided deep insights into surviving and thriving in an increasingly digital world.
A look at what it takes to successfully deploy machine learning tools for social good and the most exciting opportunities ahead.
Alia, the new online benefits tool from National Domestic Workers Alliance, helps house cleaners accrue contributions from their clients to purchase insurance and receive paid time off.
Solubag’s founders want to emulate the feel of single-use plastic bags while leaving no trace.