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In this article, President & CEO Dr. Carmen Rojas encourages philanthropies to support grassroots social movements.
From LTX Quest 2021, Dr. Carmen Rojas speaks with Founder & Managing Partner of Brave Leaders, Karla Monterroso and CEO of PolicyLink Michael McAfee in a compelling conversation on the redistribution of power, and how leaders can address the values required of the current moment.
From Philanthropy Women's Feminist Giving IRL series, Dr. Carmen Rojas is interviewed by Julia Travers on how feminism, gender identity, professional challenges, and the inspiration of grant recipients informs her work as a philanthropist and leader.
Moderated by Lemonada Media CEO Jess Cordova Kramer, panelists from the podcast Written Off have an unfiltered discussion on working with formerly incarcerated writers, with Dr. Carmen Rojas speaking on topics of philanthropic funding and the criminal punishment system.
In this article, The Chronicles of Philanthropy highlights the work of multiple foundations in their efforts to fund activists working to cut police spending.
From "Hispanic" to "Latino," Former Rep. Carlos Curbelo and Jonathan Jayes-Green discuss the origins of "Latinx" and its importance as an inclusive term in modern media and language.
The "IP Power List" features today's most influential leaders in philanthropy. As the youngest Latina to lead a national endowed foundation, Dr. Carmen Rojas is included in this dynamic list of CEOs, athletes, and artists.
Vice President of Programs Jonathan Jayes-Green talks with Michelle in this episode of Belabored: The Value of Care.
President & CEO Dr. Carmen Rojas writes about President Biden's first 100 days in office.
U.S. News and World Report covers on Joe Biden's first 100 days in presidency.
"Our job at Marguerite Casey Foundation is to give our grantees the freedom, power, and space to lead." In this profile of Jonathan Jayes-Green, they speak with Nationswell on the urgency of philanthropy as a resource to support radical ideas and leaders.
An interview with President & CEO Dr. Carmen Rojas.
A letter calling on nonprofit and philanthopic organizations to stand in solidarity against anti-Asian hate crimes and to support programs that provide funding for AAPI survivors, leaders, and their communities.
“Answering the Uprising: Closing the Say/Do Gap in Philanthropy” Seeks to Bring Together Philanthropies to Heed the Calling of the 2020 Uprisings led by the Movement for Black Lives
Marguerite Casey Foundation believes it is the responsibility of philanthropy to support leaders on the forefront of community organizing — leaders helping those gain power who have long been excluded from having it. We achieve this mission by acting as an unwavering champion for their vision, ideas and leadership
Leading Community Organizers, Culture Makers, and System Changers, Including Stacey Abrams, Join New Marguerite Casey Foundation Board
In response to the shooting in Atlanta on Tuesday evening, Marguerite Casey Foundation issued the following statement from its President & CEO, Dr. Carmen Rojas
The letter below was sent by Marguerite Casey Foundation President and CEO, Dr. Carmen Rojas Ph.D. following yesterday’s attempted coup at the United States Capitol in Washington, DC.
In response to Joe Biden’s election as the 46th President of the United States, the Marguerite Casey Foundation issued the following statement from its President and CEO, Dr. Carmen Rojas
Rushing to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the passing of Justice Ginsburg during such a precarious time is not in service of our democratic ideals.
In this Facebook Live event hosted by RAICES, panelists discuss the legacy of Juneteenth and its relation to the modern fight for Black immigrant rights. Discussion includes an interview with Vice President of Programs Jonathan Jayes-Green.
A candid conversation between Dr. Carmen Rojas, President and CEO of Marguerite Casey Foundation, and author Dorothy Brown, about how tax policy in Washington state systematically leaves Black Americans with less after-tax income, causing the ever-increasing racial wealth gap.
Vice President of Programs Jonathan Jayes-Green moderates a group of top leaders and advocates in a discussion on fighting against policies that enforce the repression and mass criminalization of immigrant communities.
President & CEO Dr. Carmen Rojas speaks with Yahoo Finance about racial and economic justice.
A conversation with Vice President of Programs Jonathan Jayes-Green hosted by the Funders for LGBTQ Issues.
Webinar discussion hosted by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) including Vice President of Programs Jonathan Jayes-Green as one of the panelists.
A candid conversation between Heather McGhee, author of The Sum of Us and Tom Perriello, Executive Director of the Open Society Foundations, moderated by Dr. Carmen Rojas, President and CEO of Marguerite Casey Foundation. McGhee’s recently released book, The Sum of Us, provides a critical analysis of zero-sum policymaking which creates the false choice between some of us being ok and all of us being better off.