Women and power in the nonprofit sector
In this landmark book, a collection of eleven original chapters, editors Teresa OdAndahl and Michael O'Neill reveal how the role women have played in the nonprofit sector has evolved from the early days in our nation's history.
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The Paradox of Women and Power
Women in the Nonprofit Labor Market
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