PARTNERS

Artemis Rising Foundation

Artemis Rising Foundation is dedicated to supporting media projects that transform culture and challenge the status quo. The foundation champions powerful stories about some of the most challenging social justice issues of our time — including gender-bias, healing, trauma, mental health, addiction and women’s empowerment. With its focus on human rights, Artemis Rising Foundation has helped produce some of the most impactful documentary films of the past decade, inspiring meaningful policy change to legislation, education, corporate protocol and cultural norms. In partnership with the Central Valley Community Foundation, Artemis Rising Foundation is the Founding Sponsor of CPP and our groundbreaking work on child wellbeing.

 

Common Sense Media

Common Sense is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. The Common Sense Research program provides timely and informative data and analysis on media and technology use and its impact on children's physical, emotional, social and intellectual development. Learn more at www.commonsense.org.

 

Mine the Gap

Mine the Gap equips leaders and industries with the strategy and tools to create and sustain gender-inclusive environments. Led by Jessica N. Grounds and Kristin Haffert, the firm works with companies, organizations, government agencies in the U.S. and around the globe who value the advancement of women as leaders to build stronger, more resilient organizations. Mine The Gap is thrilled to partner with the California Partners Project as a strategic advisor on groundbreaking work to advance women on public company boards.

 

The Center for Humane Technology (CHT)

The Center for Humane Technology (CHT) is an independent nonprofit organization whose aim is to drive a comprehensive shift toward humane technology by changing the way technologists think about their work and how they build products. We’re creating the conditions for a new race to the top to realign technology with humanity.

 

Lisa Stone Pritzker Family Foundation

The Lisa Stone Pritzker Family Foundation helps create healthy, thriving, and empowered communities. The Foundation's primary interest is in supporting vulnerable populations, and it focuses support on health, education, and social activism for women, children, and teens. The Foundation invests in organizations that demonstrate measurable impact and scale and are guided by strong professional and volunteer leadership. They are committed to working with partners invested in finding innovative ways to help people lead happy and productive lives.  

 

Latino Corporate Directors Association

LCDA is a new and dynamic association comprised of US Latinos that serve on publicly traded or large privately held company boards, as well as C-level aspiring directors. LCDA convenes accomplished Latino executives at the highest levels of corporate leadership who share our mission: to advocate and serve as a resource to increase the number of US Latinos on corporate boards.

 

How Women Lead

How Women Lead is at the center of the movement to disrupt antiquated, unequal systems by propelling women into even greater leadership roles. We leverage the power and influence of women leaders to change systems and break ceilings. How Women Lead is a platform for women influencers to connect, learn, find purpose and make impact and together we increase opportunities for all women.

 

The Child Mind Institute

The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Our teams work every day to deliver the highest standards of care, advance the science of the developing brain and empower parents, professionals, and policymakers to support children when and where they need it most. 

Interested in becoming a partner? 

 

Join us as we inspire, engage and advance key initiatives to create opportunities to showcase the positive potential of change, and a path toward a brighter future.

Promote gender equity, and ensure our state’s media and technology industries are a force for good in child development. 

 

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