Amplify: Empowering Educators of Color

Dena Simmons, director of education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, discusses the power of bringing together educators of color to discuss their authentic experiences, foster a network of support and to build a pipeline of teachers that better reflect their school community.Read More >

The Voice of Entrepreneurs is Needed Now

Tax reform provision provides another example of why entrepreneurs need to be at the table for our communities.Read More >

Commitment to a Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Culture Starts at Home

The Kauffman Foundation's partnership with Promise54 requires us to look at our own data, our strengths and weaknesses, and develop an internal plan to embrace a diversity, equity and inclusion framework throughout our whole organization.Read More >

A Community Resource for Bringing People Together

From its home in Kansas City, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation welcomes neighbors and people from across the country who are working on important causes that strengthen our community to its Conference Center.Read More >

How the Dog Grooming Market Could Break the Poverty Cycle

Natasha Kirsch may not define herself first as an entrepreneur. Her success won't be measured by revenue or sales. Instead, Kirsch's success will be measured by her ability to help stabilize homeless families.Read More >