What About Women?

The League’s Racial Equity Program Director featured in American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Publication

National Civic League Director of Racial Equity Programs, Carla Kimbrough, recently had her article, “What About Women?” featured in the American Society for Public Administration’s quarterly publication, PA Times.

In her article, Carla gives tips on how to be deliberate about who sits at the table of influence and seeking diversity, in all its combinations.

“Because government—those hired and elected—rarely reflects our diverse society, we must deliberately engage the broader community, including the under-represented and those isolated by race and income.”

Read the entirety of Carla’s article here.

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