My research has been funded by different units within the University of Wisconsin – Madison. I have been the recipient of a State Research Assistantship that supported data collection for the first case of my dissertation. I have also been received an Advanced Opportunity Fellowship and the Crowe Scholarship in support of research on Black-led organizations.
My work has also been generously supported by the Morgridge Center for Public Service at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. This funding was used to create a theory-practice course that allowed undergraduate students to develop knowledge about the experiences of Black-led organizations and use that knowledge to support them in tangible ways. Additionally, this funding will also support the convening of a community symposium to shine a light on the experiences of Black-led organizations in the nonprofit sector.
Additionally, I have been fortunate to support research that has been funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.