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It’s Time for a Reckoning and Redesign of Executive Search

Thought Leadership Oct 20, 2020

“It’s Time for a Reckoning and Redesign of Executive Search” Organizations must shift their mindset  and practices from a posture of identifying strong leaders to one of changing their culture…

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Introducing our Podcast!

Thought Leadership Jun 22, 2020

Mission Drive is Talent Citizen’s new podcast, featuring interviews with transformative leaders across the social sector in pursuit of equity, innovative solutions, and tools to create the conditions for communities…

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Commitment to Equity

News in the Sector Jun 12, 2020

Our firm puts equity and inclusion in the center of its work. We look for leaders with a strong equity lens who are at the intersection of complex issues and…

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What’s Informing Us

News in the Sector Oct 14, 2022

As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, we wanted to share what helped inform our work deeper, drove conversations internally, and prompted more reflection. Here are several articles that…

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What’s Informing Us

News in the Sector Aug 30, 2022

As Black Philanthropy Month draws to a close, we wanted to share what helped inform our work deeper, drove conversations internally, and prompted more reflection about how we are learning…

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What’s Informing Us

News in the Sector May 03, 2021

Anti-racism and social justice work requires examining how we do things, why we do them, and asking who really benefits. In this examination, many organizations are rethinking and redesigning their…

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What’s Informing Us

News in the Sector Jan 27, 2021

As we face a new year, we’re reminded to give a nod to the various authors and influences who’ve been informing us at Talent Citizen. Looking forward to 2021, we…

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Our Placements at Work (and Beyond)

Insights Nov 24, 2020

Transforming Mindsets through Meditation We highly recommend you try this stress relieving guided meditation written and narrated by Uma Viswanathan, Senior Program Officer at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation who supports…

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It’s Time for a Reckoning and Redesign of Executive Search

Thought Leadership Oct 20, 2020

“It’s Time for a Reckoning and Redesign of Executive Search” Organizations must shift their mindset  and practices from a posture of identifying strong leaders to one of changing their culture…

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What’s Informing Us

News in the Sector Jul 31, 2020

In recognition of Congressman John Lewis’ life, work, and legacy, the team at Talent Citizen has turned to these examples and pathways in inspiring the continuation of our work to…

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Introducing our Podcast!

Thought Leadership Jun 22, 2020

Mission Drive is Talent Citizen’s new podcast, featuring interviews with transformative leaders across the social sector in pursuit of equity, innovative solutions, and tools to create the conditions for communities…

Read More

Commitment to Equity

News in the Sector Jun 12, 2020

Our firm puts equity and inclusion in the center of its work. We look for leaders with a strong equity lens who are at the intersection of complex issues and…

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What’s Informing Us

Insights Apr 29, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis is exposing and exacerbating the impacts of racial, social, and wealth inequities. As Talent Citizen and communities across the country continue to contend with the impacts of…

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Native American Community Response Fund

News in the Sector Apr 27, 2020

In the midst of these challenging and uncertain days, Talent Citizen is eager to share the timely work of our partners at Roanhorse Consulting LLC. Their team has worked to…

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Partnerships Associate

Networked Opportunity Apr 24, 2020

  Talent Citizen is excited to uplift this opportunity with our investment partner, the Equitable Evaluation Initiative   “EEI engages an ecosystem of organizations and people—foundations and philanthropic service organizations…

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