ACTION TEAMS: Part 3
Summit Action Teams play a key role in developing a roadmap for promoting triple-bottom-line prosperity in California. Action Teams are chartered to address key priorities that regions across the state have identified as critical to building economic security in California’s low income neighborhoods and communities of color.
ACTION TEAM LEADS
Action Teams will be led by one regional leader, and one subject-matter expert involved in ongoing advocacy for the issue. Action Team members will be drawn from the regions, the Council of Advisors and subject-matter experts. Care will be taken to ensure balance and diversity of perspective, input from all regions for which the issue is a priority, and a commitment to positive action. The focus is to develop consensus in high-priority areas and advance shared goals through linkages with existing advocates, organizations and efforts.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND COMMITMENT
Action Team leads commit to:
· Recruit Action Team members reflecting geographic balance and diversity of perspective
· Convene and lead at least three Action Team conference calls (according to schedule) to develop Action Plan and concrete implementation steps
· Finalize Action Plans (for compilation in the Summit Playbook) with the support of the Management Team (according to schedule).
· Lead session at the Statewide Summit aimed at enlisting support from Summit attendees
· Lead implementation of Action Plan in partnership with advocates and organizations
· Report on Action Team progress for ARIZE.org Progress Tracker
· Work with Summit Management Team to provide recommendations on go-forward strategy for next year Regional Forums and Summit
Action Team members commit to:
· Support development of Action Plan and participate in at least three conference calls (according to schedule)
· Review Playbook and attend Statewide Summit
· Support implementation of Action Plans in partnership with advocates and organizations
TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
COLLECTIVE IMPACT: THE FIVE CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESS
INTRODUCTION TO THE NEEDS
Lack of Access to Capital
and Diversity Challenges
Quality of Life In
California’s Inner Cities