Blog Profiles: Professional Development Blogs for Women of Color
Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. Our latest edition recognizes a few standout professional development blogs specifically written for women of color. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.
In much of the world, people of color have restricted access to resources that help guide their professional development.
We put together a short list of blogs that give guidance through the lens of a non-white person.
The Black Career Women’s Network is a national professional development organization set on the growth of African American women.
BCWN holds events and workshops, compiles resources, and provides coaches and mentors along many other services to help Black women succeed in the professional and corporate world.
Follow @BCWNetwork on Twitter.
You are not alone in your career journey! Connect and expand your network of support with a national community of Black Career Women striving for career success just like YOU! Join our free online Community today! https://t.co/K73bnXS57V pic.twitter.com/p7DYQkuqFZ— Black Career Women’s Network®️ (@BCWNetwork) June 28, 2020
Womeneur is a New York-based organization that provides resources, services, and consulting to young women entrepreneurs.
Started by Sharon Beason, Womeneur provides advice for “Emerging & Early-Stage female entrepreneurs” and does so with the intention of guiding the next generation of young women in business.
The blog hasn’t been as active lately, but it looks like a big website redesign for Womeneur is in the works and the organization is still very active on Instagram in the meantime.
I recommend reading 4 Ways to be Productive as a Mom Working From Home; and 3 Creative Ways to Use Instagram Stories Highlights.
Follow @womeneur on Instagram.
Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) is a national network that strives to empower emerging leaders and elevate philanthropic practice in order to build a more just, equitable, and sustainable world.
As an organization, EPIP sees a future where people of many different backgrounds and cultures live successful and complete lives with the support of a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and effective philanthropic sector.
A couple relevant reads: Incoming: Migration, Perspective, and the Power of Art; and Aspire For Better: “Back To Normal” Is A Terrible Goal.
Follow @EPIPNational on Twitter.
Black women in nonprofits matter. https://t.co/rUSGlq6rh4— EPIP Headquarters (@EPIPNational) July 9, 2020
Loving this message – and it couldn't be more timely as we get ready for our #EPIPSankofaSummer plenary conversation about women leaders of color in philanthropy. Join in at 2 PM Eastern at https://t.co/bU3P599Zwr.
CompassPoints of View assists leaders with essential skills and knowledge and cultivates powerful learning communities. It also creates time and space for people to explore the emotional dimensions of leadership so that, as a society, we can shift ourselves, our organizations, and our world toward greater justice and equity.
CompassPoints of View is a wonderful organization because its aim is to help people fulfill their dreams and trust their potential in hopes of making the world a better place. This is a truly altruistic mission.
Check out these posts: What Will be Different This Time? and Pushing Back Against Habits of White Supremacy During a Crisis.
Follow @CP_change on Twitter.
"It is time to tackle the barriers that get in the way of building the deep connections needed to transform our country by ending racism and creating communities that hold Black people’s dignity and therefore all of our dignity."— CompassPoint Nonprof (@CP_change) July 10, 2020
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