Chicago Beyond, an impact investor fighting for youth equity, today launches Justice Initiatives, its newest line of work dedicated to systems-level change. To execute on the vision of Chicago Beyond’s justice-related work, Dr. Nneka
This podcast episode was published on Crain’s Chicago Business podcast series Chicago Comes Back on February 4, 2021 with Emily Drake Tessa and Todd Connor.
This article ran on January 28, 2021 on PBS News Hour By Sam Lane and Cat Wise. CHICAGO – Ray Robinson was 8 years old
Our Founder and CEO Liz Dozier joined the The Kennedy Forum on January 18, 2021 for their Spotlight Series where she and other leaders discussed
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Charity Navigator’s New “Impact Score” Tells Us Little About a Nonprofit’s True Value
This op-ed ran on January 14, 2021 in The Chronicle of Philanthropy and was authored by Liz Dozier, Founder & CEO of Chicago Beyond and
On Monday, December 14, in partnership with Family Action Network, Chicago Beyond hosted the final installment of Unpacking, a four-part series with cross-sector leaders designed
This segment was televised by PBS News Hour on December 16, 2020 by special correspondent Cat Wise and producer Sam Lane. PBS News Hour interviewed
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Hyperlocal Giving to Black-Led Nonprofits Cannot Simply Be a Trend
This op-ed ran on December 14, 2020 in the Stanford Social Innovation Review by Liz Dozier, Founder & CEO of Chicago Beyond and Candice C.
In her TEDx talk, Liz Dozier describes how “decolonizing” her mind from others’ ideas about culture and behavior allowed her to bring positive change to