What happens when an organization incorporates compassion throughout its policies, procedures, and culture? What is the impact on all stakeholders in an organization when human needs for care, consideration, and connection and are considered alongside business and impact outcomes? Research, and practice, show that the needs of people and the needs of organizations are not mutually […]
Na’ah Illahee Fund is establishing the first Indigenous-led Land Conservancy in the Northwestern United States with an aim to turn conservation, preservation, restoration, and traditional Indigenous teachings into a model for how prosperous urban communities can be created and maintained sustainably. Join us as we talk about the history of Indigenous land stewardship and regenerative economies, the role of governments, municipalities, philanthropy, and private enterprise play in the health and prosperity of communities, and the ways land conservation Indigenous-style can lead to a just recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic for all.
Susan Balbas – Executive Director, Na’ah Illahee Fund
Bridget Ray – Director of Strategic Partnerships, Na’ah Illahee Fund
Lindsay Goes Behind – Managing Director, Na’ah Illahee Fund