Tag Archives: Gender


Exotica: Sex and race in face-to-face fundraising

January 9, 2019

Cover Photo by Drop the Label Movement on Unsplash. “But really, where are you from?” – that dreaded question I often received when meeting donors in my first fundraising job. I had begun in the role feeling like I had finally found my path, like I could do anything. I lost that confidence quickly when … Continue reading

Flush with Change

August 9, 2016

Ideally, organizations and everyday people should be proactive about what they can do internally to ensure an inclusive workplace environment for trans and gender nonconforming people. The movement may be new to some and while others are more familiar – we all simultaneously need to be considering how we can support and advocate for transgender … Continue reading

Women, Ethnic, & Queer: A Dialogue

December 18, 2015

This is an excerpt from a real-life dialogue between Tania Hossain and Tania Cheng – two ethnic and queer women working in the nonprofit sector who also happen to share the same name. TH: Hey Tania! TC: Oh, hey there Tania! TH: So…I’ve been meaning to speak to you about this recurring issue, and it … Continue reading