Angela Bonavoglia

INSTITUTIONAL/​PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS -- A SAMPLING

Written numerous policy/​research/​promotional/​fundraising materials for leading health, women's and philanthropic organizations, as staff person and consultant.

A Blueprint for Improving Access to Primary Care for Adults with Physical Disabilities
Published by the New York State Health Foundation and Independence Care System.

Bring on the Light: The Coming Defeat of Blinding Trachoma, International Trachoma Initiative 10th Anniversary Report 2009.

Breast Cancer Screening Project for Women with Physical Disabilities--A Report on Preliminary Findings, April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2010.

Executive Transitions: Grantmakers and Nonprofit Leadership Change, Ford Foundation GrantCraft Guide, October 2006 (www.grantcraft.org).

Building Businesses, Rebuilding Lives: Microenterprise and Welfare Reform, Ms. Foundation for Women, New York, NY, June 2001.

“Women's Work,” (on the US micro-enterprise movement), in Ford Foundation Report's special issue on women--Now It's a Global Movement. Winter 2000.

Towards Better Jobs and Stronger Ties: A Guide to Launching Economic Development and Community Building Initiatives, The New York Community Trust, New York, NY, Fall 1999.

Co-opting Conscience: The Dangerous Evolution of Conscience Clauses in American Health Policy, Pro-Choice Resource Center, New York, NY, January 1999. Policy paper distributed to social, health and women's organizations and the press; centerpiece for national seminar in Washington, DC, co-sponsored by the ACLU and the Pro-Choice Resource Center (1999); training document for legal services lawyers nationwide in National Health Law Program (2002).

Block by Block: News from the Neighborhood Partners Initiative, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, New York, NY; Inaugural issue, December 1996.

Health of the City: Focus on Tuberculosis; New York City Health Department, December, 1995. Co-authored (with Barron H. Lerner, M.D.) public health book on tuberculosis epidemic in New York City; contributed stories on Directly Observed Therapy, recovery, myths and misconceptions, and detention policy.

FAR FROM DONE Research Series; Women and Philanthropy, New York, NY. Researched and wrote four pioneering reports analyzing philanthropy's response to women's medical, economic, educational, and social needs:

The Trustee Connection (1994). The first detailed exploration of the experiences of female foundation trustees and their impact on board/​staff diversity and women's funding, with recommendations for change.

Getting It Done: From Commitment to Action on Funding for Women and Girls (1992). Analysis as well as concrete guidelines for applying a gender and minority lens to all areas of grantmaking.

Making a Difference: The Impact of Women CEOs in Philanthropy (1991). First survey of women CEOs in foundations nationwide; examined power, leadership, impact and obstacles to change.

Status of Women and Girls in America: A Survey of Needs-Resources (1989). National analysis of women's needs and the availability of foundation resources.