GenUnity in the news
Social Innovation Forum’s 2023 Social Innovators
GenUnity among 8 nonprofits chosen for SIF’s 2023 Social Innovator cohort. 2-year accelerator program provides financial, capacity-building support; helps organizations gain visibility, expand networks, strengthen impact. GenUnity was chosen for “Building and Sustaining Social Capital” track with track partner MassMutual Foundation.
Harvard Innovation Labs’ Social Impact Fellowship Fund
GenUnity recognized among recipients of grant for impact-focused for-profit and nonprofit ventures
Social Innovation Forum Finalist Award
GenUnity among 18 Boston nonprofits selected for the Social Innovation Forum accelerator
XPRIZExIntel Racial Equity Alliance Ideas Competition
GenUnity among 10 winners in competition of ideas for future XPRIZE competitions focused on improving racial equity in American education.
Community Action Partners (CAP) Boston Partners with GenUnity
GenUnity is selected to partner with CAP Boston to receive pro bono consulting support
GenUnity receives Boston Foundation Grant
GenUnity receives $40,000 grant from Boston Foundation to grow equitable pipeline of aspiring leaders to critically evaluate, navigate, and drive change on community issues.
Social Venture Partners (SVP) Boston Finalist
GenUnity is selected as a finalist in SVP Boston’s Equity Track Grant for early-stage organizations led by people of color
BostInno: The 22 Startups to Watch in Boston in 2022
It's been a strange pandemic sequel year for Boston's innovation economy, but out of it were born a number of new and growing startups and nonprofits which look poised to take 2022 by storm.
Honoring Juneteenth: What we need from corporate America
The practice of equity-centered leadership starts with creating spaces for community building, learning and reflection; elevating diverse, proximate leaders; and translating learning into strategic action
Boston Globe Opinion: Feeling Powerless? Exercise your civic rights.
Civic engagement is fundamental for a free and fair society. But we often overlook the importance of civics for personal well-being.