The Summit promotes economic security and opportunity by developing a regions-driven Shared Agenda for local and state action. Ultimately, a Shared Agenda in the form of a Playbook - as well as Action Teams - will emerge from up to seven (7) one day Regional Forums each year; held to convene and collect input from local leaders and stakeholders throughout California. Thereafter, the Summit Steering Committee will identify widely shared priorities in regions across the state, and charter the Action Teams that will develop specific data-supported Action Plans to address those priorities. The proposed Action Plans will be compiled in a Playbook, which will help stakeholders prepare for the Statewide Summit and consider what, how, and who is needed to implement the Plan. A 1.5 day Statewide Summit meeting will be held to build on the work of the Action Teams and move towards implementation (of community-based program, business and public policy strategies).
Fighting generational poverty and other barriers to prosperity is COMPLETELY POSSIBLE, however, it will require time, efforts and resources from many people working together. Therefore, the scheduled dates for the activities above will change from year to year, based on the progress being made. Please sign up to get updates on Urban Partnership meetings and events.
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