Molly Mead Selected Bibliography

Mead, Molly. Gender Matters: Funding Effective Programs for Women and Girls. Battle Creek, MI: The W. K.Kellogg Foundation, 2001. (link)

---. A Model of Gender Practices in Youth Development Programs. Nonprofit Sector Research Fund Working Paper Series. Washington, DC: The Aspen Institute, 2001.

---. "Why Girls?" Leading the Way, 1: 1 (2000): 10-14.

---. Why Such Low Funding for Programs for Women and Girls? Contrasting Views of Foundation Staff and Program Staff. Unpublished Paper, 1997.

---. Worlds Apart: Missed Opportunities to Help Women and Girls. Boston: Women in Philanthropy/Boston Women's Fund, 1994.

Capek, Mary Ellen S. and Molly Mead. Effective Philanthropy: Organizational Success through Deep Diversity and Gender Equality. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.

---. Fostering Effective Funding for Women and Girls: A Next Stage Strategy. Executive Report, with foreword and next steps by Chicago Women in Philanthropy. Chicago: Chicago Women in Philanthropy, 2002.

---. "Funding Norm Doesn't Fund Norma: Women, Girls and Philanthropy." In The State of Philanthropy in America, edited by Neil Carson. Washington, DC: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, 2002.

Mead, Molly, and The Young Sisters for Justice. Integrating Vision and Reality: Possibilities for Urban Girls Programs. Boston, MA: The Boston Women's Fund, 2000.