Just Who Is this Economy Working For, Anyway?

I recently heard two stories I want to share. Each of them illustrates an aspect of how we, together as a society, are failing to ensure that people can get on and stay on a pathway to lifelong success. The first story was told to me by a young man who had been able to get accepted to a culinary arts program after high school. It was the beginning of a dream come true, and the program made clear promises that upon graduation

The Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

4/22/19 – In launching this blog in March, I defined my starting point as a firm belief that what we have all been building over the past decades—be it through nonprofits, philanthropy, schools, or government—can be harnessed today as a major force to help bridge the growing divisiveness…