The Art of Inclusion
Success Stories of African Americans in the Nonprofit Sector
|Institution:||University of La Verne|
Success Stories of African Americans in the Nonprofit Sector presents the stories of 6 executives whose stories define African-American business success. Thriving in spite of multiple obstacles, they have enjoyed extraordinary careers at (and helped build the fortunes of) nonprofit organizations. In remarkably candid interviews, these exemplary professionals reveal not only the secrets of their successes, but the sources of their fears, their most difficult challenges, and their hopes for the future. Their experiences are presented according to what they reveal about the black experience in the white-centric workplace, from uncertainty to confidence, from struggle to strength, and from enjoying success to giving back in the name of those whose fortunes have yet to turn.
Norris (Rashe) Dorsey is a college professor currently at California State University Northridge and Los Angeles Mission College. Dr. Dorsey earned his Doctoral degree in Education (Organizational Leadership) from the University of La Verne. His background consists of theory, practice, and application. Dr. Dorsey’s overall work experience is diversified and extensive in all areas of business, accounting, management, finance, sales and marketing, education, coaching, real estate, and banking.
He teaches various business classes such as: Accounting, Business, Management, Marketing, and Supervision. He also consults nonprofits and small business owners on issues related to management, networking, leadership, accounting, and how to motivate employees. Dr. Dorsey has a strong desire to make a difference in his student’s lives inside and outside the classroom.