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Open Classroom | Understanding and Improving St. Louis’ Nonprofit Sector

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Presented by:
Jorge Riopedre
Executive Director, Delmar DivINe

Paul Sorenson, MSW
Interim Co-Director, Community Innovation & Action Center
University of Missouri – St. Louis

Sapna Varkey, PhD
Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Management & Leadership Transdisciplinary Faculty Affairs
University of Missouri – St. Louis

This session will examine key findings from the new St. Louis Regional Nonprofit Indicators Report and other local efforts to elevate and improve the use of data across social impact initiatives. Moderated by Brown School Professor of the Practice Barry Rosenberg, the conversation will elevate key findings of St. Louis nonprofits that can be used to inform local policy, planning, and organizational support efforts — as well as highlight critical data gaps that make it difficult to fully understand the sector’s path to racial equity and impact on the community.

This program is presented in partnership with the St. Louis Regional Data Alliance, Community Innovation & Action Center, Center for Human Service Leadership, Clark-Fox Policy Institute, and Washington University’s Social Policy Institute.