10 Black leaders in social impact you should know

From anti-racism work to food security to changing the face of the tech industry, these Black leaders are moving social impact work forward

Why It Matters

Black leaders are underrepresented in most, if not all, parts of the social impact world — from tech for good to corporate social responsibility to philanthropy. For instance, a recent study by the Foundation for Black Communities found that Black-led non-profits receive a minuscule amount of philanthropic funding in Canada. But there are Black leaders transforming the world of impact, regardless, and their stories are important.

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