The U.S. population is rapidly becoming more culturally and racially diverse, and yet business and social sector leaders of color are few and far between. This report dissects how the Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) company and its 5-year Social Sector Talent Initiative, a Casey investment, is partnering with New York University’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and Stern School of Business to create a fast-track minority pipeline to leadership positions. 

February 26, 2013

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    Why MLT was founded and how it’s helping mold social sector leaders of color.

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    What’s an MBA got to do with it?

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    How diversity in America is changing the face of leadership.

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    The skills, training and networking needed to succeed as a social sector leader of color.

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    Why the Casey Foundation is backing the 5-year Social Sector Talent Initiative.

Key Takeaway

The social sector lacks straightforward, accessible pathways for minorities to find leadership roles

Too many young people are managing their careers in the wrong way. They need to start by looking at the end game and the impact they want to make, and then look at others who have done similar things and what skills, relationships and experiences those leaders had.

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