The NFF's State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey recently reached out to the Los Angeles community to gain a better understanding of local non-profit organizations. From health and education to housing and immigration, the survey aims to help organizations deepen their impact and transform their communities. Discover open scholarships and how to partner with the NFF to build Los Angeles together by bringing together the public, private, and non-profit sectors. The economic impact of California's non-profit sector is far-reaching. The Bay Area, Central Coast, Far North, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Joaquín, and Sierras all have their own regional profiles.
Maura is an expert in organizational development and strategy, with a focus on strategic planning, evaluation, and organizational development. Using the Housing First model, DWC offers 119 units of permanent supportive housing for unaccompanied single women in two residences in downtown Los Angeles. The space is designed to host meetings that encourage collaboration between sectors and communities to create positive systemic change throughout Los Angeles County. Applicant organizations must not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability in hiring practices or the provision of services. The California Community Foundation (CCF) strives to be a destination for donors and non-profit organizations that are passionately committed to creating systemic change in Los Angeles County. Maura has an MBA from the Peter Drucker Graduate Management Center, a degree in Psychology from Georgetown University, and serves as an adjunct professor in the School of Social Work and the Department of Psychology at USC.