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Equity As a Leading Principle

This is Part One of our five-part series titled, “Equity and Evaluation: Models of How Equity Can and Does Impact Evaluation.” The subsequent four parts will be released over the next two months (updated February 11, 2019).   The philanthropic and nonprofit fields, and...

Deepti Sood, Thana-Ashley Charles, Kate Locke

February 11, 2019


Grantmaking & Giving Platforms: How Do I Find a System with Staying Power?

With ever-rising expectations and the public’s demand for positive social impact, funders want their grantmaking programs to meet these higher standards. But finding the right system to meet your needs and budget can be a daunting task—especially with so many to choose from. That’s...

Nick Bessire, Wendy Rodriguez

December 6, 2018


Behind the Scenes of Our Brand Refresh

Why the Brand Refresh? We want our current and future clients and partners to have a clear understanding of the firm’s distinct strengths. After many years of growth, we knew that TCC’s great work, substantive experience, and firm character could be better communicated. What...

December 3, 2018


The Power of (Not) Listening

“Black women are 243 percent more likely to die from pregnancy- or childbirth-related causes.”—Nothing Protects Black Women from Dying in Pregnancy and Childbirth: Not education. Not income. Not even being an expert on racial disparities in health care. (ProPublica and NPR News, December 2017)...

Tiffany Smith

September 11, 2018


How Companies Meet Stakeholder Expectations

Companies today are more engaged with and active in society and their communities than ever before, but they have not gained the recognition or trusted relationships they seek from consumers and the general public. Why? They lack a strong impact story.

Thomas Knowlton

June 21, 2018

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