EXPERTISE & SERVICES
CALL TO ACTION
LATINO FUTURES is partnering with the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA. This project will create a philanthropic framework to increase Latino college/university graduation rates to match those of non-Latino populations with the highest rates in the nation. To achieve this, there will be a call-to-action for America's philanthropic institutions
to collaborate and radically transform their giving and substantially fund Latino-led/serving non-profit organizations.
There will be specific quantitative measures for philanthropic investment nation wide. LATINO FUTURES and the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy are building an anchor committee and an advisory group of philanthropy experts to convene and advance this project.
LEAD CONSULTANT TO A LATINO TASK FORCE
Consultant to the Mission Oral Health Task Force, comprised of leading non-profit organizations, schools, government agencies, and oral health service providers in San Francisco, CA. Serving for twelve months on this strategic planning assignment, working closely with CARECEN, the lead Task Force agency.
CONSULTANT TO A LATINO COALITION OF NON-PROFITS
Served as lead strategic planning consultant for the one-of-kind San Francisco Latino Parity and Equity Coalition, comprised of nearly twenty key Latino-led/serving non-profit organizations in San Francisco, CA. Served for sixteen months as lead researcher and writer of the strategic plan for this Coalition. Worked closely with Mission Neighborhood Centers, the lead Coalition organization.
THINK TANK RESEARCH
Collaborating with the Institute for Leadership Studies at Dominican University of California in San Rafael, CA. This project includes research and a white paper about think tanks in the United States, analyzing the extent to which these entities focus on the Latino community, nationally and regionally. This project culminates in a white paper.
LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY IN THE NON-PROFIT SECTOR
Partnered with LeaderSpring Center, Oakland, CA, to develop new program frameworks. Also, author of a white paper about leadership and diversity in the non-profit sector. This white paper highlights national and California-centered statistics and trends.