Kahler Sweeney

Kahler Sweeney

Graduate Research Assistant, Johnson Center for Philanthropy

Kahler Sweeney is a graduate research assistant at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy, researching issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the philanthropic sector. He is a graduate of the Political Science and Public & Nonprofit Administration undergraduate programs at Grand Valley State University and is currently pursuing his Master’s of Public Administration. Kahler’s past experiences include a nonprofit management internship with the Center for Inquiry Michigan Chapter, city management internship with the City of Grand Rapids Executive Office, lead research consultant with University Libraries, and service with the Michigan Army National Guard.


Voices from the Field

7 Resources to Guide Your Work Toward Inclusive Growth

Posted on January 3, 2020 by Kahler Sweeney

two people sit across a table from another person in a work environment
This piece was originally published through the Johnson Center and appears with permission. This blog was produced as a part of Field Focus: Inclusive Strategies for Prosperity, a digital series to explore philanthropy’s role in inclusive economic development and community prosperity. In his most recent article, the Johnson Center’s Distinguished Scholar in Residence for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Dr. Juan Olivarez… Read More

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