There are people who say they are serious about change. But their commitment and sincerity are evident through actions and not words alone.
Posts Tagged: Equity
Partnerships 4 Success (P4S) is using GIS to map community conditions, analyze geospatial data, inform policy decisions and resource allocation, and disseminate information to address health inequities in San Diego’s South Bay.
Safe spaces give people a place where they can share their ideas without fear of repercussions, and express their identity without facing discrimination or harm.
Organizations must take proactive steps to infuse diversity. It will not happen on its own and you can’t simply rely on employees to lead the way.
Stormwater utility fees are a common public-private partnership to fund stormwater programs. Maintaining an equatable fee structure is important.
Many times, we believe that being fair and treating others equally is being a good leader. The truth is, that approach is not enough, and we can do better to achieve equity.
The upcoming presidential election has my brain swirling.
Evaluation in public sector policies and programs is necessary to unpack the nuances of what is right and what is correct in order to move us toward a more equitable society.
I just read the Q1 2011 report from CB Insights, which shows venture capital is back. Overall, investors put $7.5 billion to work across 738 financing deals with U.S. startups. That represents a $1.5 billion jump in funding over the same quarter of 2010 with a similar number of deals, so it clearly shows aRead… Read more »