While those three words and their initialism, EDI, are prevalent in today's Twin Cities nonprofit sector, what do they really mean individually and collectively? And how does an organization set itself up for success when it makes EDI a strategic goal or priority?
Facilitator: Biftu Takele
Biftu Takele serves as the Executive Assistant at Healthy Building Network, and was previously Nonprofit Services Assistant with the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. She graduated from Macalester College in 2016 with a B.A. in International Studies and currently also serves on the board of Friends of Africa Education, a Minnesota-based nonprofit providing HIV/AIDS orphans and at-risk children in East Africa with primary, secondary, and vocational education.
With her college experience in campus engagement and programming, development, and student government, she brings a passion for serving nonprofits to the YNPN-TC decision-making table and strives towards the goal of helping other young nonprofit professionals develop and maximize their skills to serve their communities.
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2558 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55405
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