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With the impact of the global economy, the meaning of race, ethnicity, social class, and culture has rapidly changed within the last two decades in the United States. In addition to the tremendous growth of diverse populations and nonprofit and voluntary organizations in our neighborhoods, administrative policy changes have pushed community leaders to approach organizational change and civic engagement with diversity more comprehensively. To address these emerging problems and issues at the community level, new methods and approaches have been offered both by practitioners and researchers. Using qualitative methodology, this paper examines the potential contribution of the field of Human Resource Development (HRD) to leadership development in nonprofit and voluntary sector practice and research.