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The Power of Serendipity: A Reflection with Victoria Mullins

Meet Victoria Mullins (Fresh) (she/her). A two-time Ally from Public Allies Cincinnati (Class of ’15 &’16), Victoria now serves on the National Alumni Council as the Re-Imagining Public Allies Chair. We sat down with her to learn more about her PA experience. Read her Q&A below:   Q: Let’s start by talking about your journey Read More

United by Leadership: Larry J. Morris III

Larry J. Morris III (he/they) (Public Allies Indianapolis ‘10) was born and raised in the vibrant city of Indianapolis, Indiana. Their journey into the world of community work and leadership began when a friend introduced them to Public Allies, a program driven by a mission of creating a just and equitable society and the diverse Read More

Empowering Voices: Tamara Favors

Community is one of the most vital aspects of our lives. It provides an opportunity to develop others and experience support. This can be especially true for single parents as they navigate through their lives, schedules and work. Finding a community that has this deep level of understanding and care can make a world of Read More

What BIPOC Women Leaders Need to Thrive

For over 30 years, Public Allies (PA) has implemented a paid ten-month apprenticeship program which focuses on leadership development through community building, individual reflection, and service at a nonprofit organization. PA’s programming is designed to cultivate often overlooked talent, focused on those who come from economically marginalized communities and who are poised to become civic Read More

What Everyone Can Learn from People of Color

Not surprisingly, just as the systemic nature of racism infects society’s structures, institutions, and philanthropic giving, so, too, does it shape attitudes about the skills and assets leaders need to be effective.   When the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) studied the motivations, relationships and networks, and skill sets and behaviors of BIPOC leaders, they found Read More

Public Allies Launches Inaugural Alumni Council, Announces 26 Distinguished Members

Milwaukee WI –  Public Allies, a leading nonprofit organization committed to advancing social justice and racial equity by engaging and activating the leadership of all people, is proud to announce the formation of its inaugural Alumni Council. Comprised of 26 diverse leaders from across the country, this esteemed council will work to advance the organization’s Read More

The Benefits of Collective Leadership

At Public Allies, we believe that Everyone Leads and that we can lead better, together. Our core values of collaboration and focusing on assets allow us to lean fully into the practice of celebrating shared power. The way in which society works toward a just and equitable future for all is just as important (if Read More

Contribute to the Power of the Collective

As we reflect back on 2023, one of our biggest learnings is that the work and values of Public Allies is needed in our country now more than ever. When our democracy is threatened, we need to work even harder to make Public Allies programs more accessible to ensure that everyone can lead. Please give Read More

Does this look TOO Tuesday?

No doubt by now your digital space is c h o c k f u l l of Giving Tuesday messages. Surprise, here’s another from yours truly!   But listen, if you know anything about being a proud Public Allies Alum and our newsletters, then you know anything we do, we’re gonna hit different. We Read More

In the Spirit of Giving

Who We Are … Public Allies manages a national network of over 10,000 civic leaders and change agents. We engage in development and community-building amongst upstart antiracist leaders, particularly those from diverse or underrepresented backgrounds (including BIPOC individuals and people from varied education levels, diverse socioeconomic statuses, nontraditional sexual or gender identifications, etc.). In the Read More