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Women of Color in Power
36 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Rep. Ayanna Pressley and Authentic Leadership
NPQ Editor-in-Chief Cyndi Suarez continues her conversations with women of color in power by speaking to the first Black woman to represent Massachusetts in the House of Representatives. In their candid conversation, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley discusses what inspires her to lead, shares the emotional challenges of dealing with a health diagnosis in the public eye, and explains why policy is her love language.
24 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
The Discipline of Hope
Greisa Martínez Rosas is “undocumented, unafraid, queer, and unashamed.” The new Executive Director of United We Dream tells Suarez why she wants to organize herself out of a job.
27 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Reclaiming Interrupted Lineages
Luana Morales is a birth and bereavement doula who reclaims ancient transition practices. She explains to Suarez how her work has grown and shifted over the last year, as COVID-19 forces nonprofits to be more human.
28 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
New Borealis Leader Outlines Bold Vision for Philanthropy
NPQ’s Editor-in-Chief, Cyndi Suarez, launches a new podcast series featuring women of color in power. In this inaugural episode, Suarez speaks to Amoretta Morris, who took the reins of Borealis Philanthropy this year. She tells Suarez how her leadership style is informed by her roots as a youth and community organizer, and how she brings these experiences to her new role.
2 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Trailer: Women of Color in Power
Join NPQ’s editor-in-chief Cyndi Suarez as she speaks to leaders in politics, nonprofits and public life, to learn how they embarked on their paths to power.
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