Glenn Harris is the President of the new Race Forward and Publisher of Colorlines. The new Race Forward is the union of two leading racial justice non-profit organizations: Race Forward and Center for Social Inclusion (CSI), where Glenn served as President starting in 2014. The new Race Forward will build on the work of both organizations to advance racial justice.
Glenn brings to the new Race Forward over 25 years of experience working on issues of race and social justice—working with community groups, foundations, and government agencies dedicated to building a more just and democratic society.
Prior to the new Race Forward and CSI, Glenn worked as the Manager of the City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI), whose mission is to end institutionalized racism in City government and promote multiculturalism and full participation by all residents. Glenn has supported the start of similar initiatives in jurisdictions across the country, and helped to found the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE).
Glenn came to city government after serving five years as Development Director at Western States Center, an intermediary that provides technical assistance, training, research, and policy analysis in an eight-state region to grassroots organizations working to achieve social change. Glenn also served as the Interim-Director at the MRG Foundation in Portland, Oregon.
A prolific speaker and trainer, Glenn has helped hundreds of organizations across the country center racial equity in their work
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- July 19, 2016 – Invest Health | Keynote: What is Racial Equity?
- October 6, 2015 – Purpose Built Communities | How Do We Move Towards Racial Equity?
- July 13th 2015 – Texas Chronicle | Medicaid Refusals Create New Mason Dixon Line
- September 8th 2014 – NYU Furman Center Blog | Response: Glenn Harris