Lydia Alcock

On April 29, 2022, as part of our This is the moment to care campaign, we held the workshop ‘Intentionally building a culture of caring from an executive level’. After a very productive session, these reflections were shared by Wendy Wolff, Maryland Nonprofits’ Director of Strategic Engagement, who is leading this revolutionary initiative.

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Culture change is one of the greatest untapped sources of performance improvement for organizations, and when executives deliberately concentrate on caring for the workplace culture, success naturally follows.

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Maryland Nonprofits is seeking presentations, workshops, panels, and facilitated discussions for our 2022 conference, #MANOAC22, which will give nonprofit leaders from across the state an opportunity to learn, connect, rejuvinate, and discuss important issues.

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Por la Dra. Gabriela Lemus, Directora Ejecutiva de Maryland Latinos Unidos A medida que avanzamos hacia una existencia posterior a la pandemia, ¿qué podemos hacer para impulsar la equidad en el acceso a la atención médica de los latinos? ¿Cómo se vería un futuro así? ¿Cuáles son las mejores prácticas y los errores más naturales? […]

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By Dr. Gabriela Lemus, Executive Director of Maryland Latinos Unidos As we move forward to a post-pandemic existence, how do we reach equity in healthcare access for Latinos? What would that look like, what are best practices, and what are the unforced errors? And the ultimate question: what holds Latinos back as a community when […]

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