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Leadership and Diversity

Allow us to introduce to you The 16 Percent’s newest blogger—SGR’s own Marlie Eyre. Marlie joined SGR in February 2015,  as a Member Collaboration Coordinator. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations, Indonesian Language, and Politics as well as a Master’s Degree in Diplomacy and Trade. 708 more words

Leadership Development

The changing face of volunteerism in the District: kids are the big winners

In Bowling Alone (2000), Robert Putnam claimed that civic participation in the U.S. has been declining. One metric he offered in his book was the decline in the number of volunteers in civic organizations such as religious groups, labor unions, Parent-Teacher Associations, or fraternity organizations. 1,267 more words


Its getting late for West African Demographics

The demographic structure of west african is both intriguing and alarming when viewed from the perspective of the future. Before further analysis of the picture, I would like to assert two definitions. 7 more words


A Church Who Loves the Idea of Racial Diversity

At our church we are very passionate about diversity.  We may not have a diverse family in our belief community, but we believe in having one.   471 more words