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Leadership Development

Since 2004, we’ve trained nearly 1,200 nonprofit directors and emerging leaders.

Developing Tomorrow's Leaders, Today

Are you a leader in your community? These are stories about leaders who are making a difference in corporate, public, and nonprofit sectors. These individuals have a substantial impact in our communities. They inspire change, are catalysts for new ideas, and help us all dream for a better tomorrow. That's why we support programs that help them develop as leaders and enhance their skills.

The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America Partnership

Feb 29, 2012

The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America partnership, provides mentorship for emerging women leaders from developing countries, helping them build communications, advocacy and business skills that will positively impact their communities…  learn More about The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America Partnership

Assessment of Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Neighborhood Builders® Program

Nov 14, 2011

The Bridgespan Group, an advisory firm to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, conducted an impact evaluation of the Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Neighborhood Builders® program…  learn More about Assessment of Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Neighborhood Builders® Program

A multifaceted relationship with Howard University supports academics, healthcare and culture in the D.C. community

Jul 02, 2005

With its main campus located just two miles from the U.S. Capitol, Howard University is in an advantageous location for an academic institution that seeks to address a range of national and global issues…  learn More about A multifaceted relationship with Howard University supports academics, healthcare and culture in the D.C. community




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