WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on the funding challenges facing D.C.'s HIV/AIDS nonprofit community.
A Voice from Philanthropy
Tamara Copeland asks, "How do you know if your work is making a difference?"
In the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Tamara Copeland explains why WRAG is taking a leadership role in educating funders about racism.
Tamara Copeland explains why philanthropy is ready to partner with the academic and business communities to advance our region's economic development.
As 2015 winds down, Tamara reports back on the ways WRAG worked to advance our mission over the past three months.
In her latest column, Tamara recounts how a tense exchange she observed on her neighborhood listserv showcased the difficulty surrounding discussions of race, and previews a major announcement for the WRAG community for 2016.
WRAG's Tamara Copeland urges philanthropy to take a leadership role on addressing gun violence in America.
Think summer was a quiet time at WRAG? Think again!
In her latest column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland examines how home ownership, once the American dream that promised greater financial stability, has been reduced to just being able to afford an apartment for many in the Greater Washington region.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland explains why we need to stop calling ourselves the "nonprofit" sector.