Foundation boards lack Hispanic members, study finds

A recent study by the Greenlining Institute found that although Asians and blacks are represented on the boards of America’s wealthiest foundation in numbers that mirror their percentage of the population, Hispanics are underrepresented.

Although Hispanics make up 15 percent of the population, and are the fastest-growing minority group in the country, they make up only eight percent of the board members of the wealthiest foundations.

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