The Institute for Economics and Peace: April 25, 2012
The Institute for Economics and Peace and Measure of America co-directors Sarah Burd-Sharps and Kristen Lewis are hosting a discussion around the launch of the 2012 United States Peace Index: The Social and Economic Impact of Violence in the U.S.
Equity for Children: Book Launch of ‘Global Child Poverty and Well-Being,’ April 16, 2012
Measure of America co-director Kristen Lewis will be speaking on a panel to discuss child well-being in the United States, the topic of MOA’s contributed chapter to the newly published Global Child Poverty and Well-Being. MOA’s chapter is entitled “Child Well-being in the US: Proposal for the Development of a ‘Tot’s Index’ Using the Human Development Conceptual Framework.”
Philanthropy New York: Breathing Life into Numbers, April 10, 2012
Join Measure of America Co-Directors Sarah Burd-Sharps and Kristen Lewis, and those with a keen interest in using the Index to address the challenges facing ordinary Americans, as we examine a new way to understand well-being and access to opportunity in America today. View event details here.
Out of Poverty: From Surviving to Thriving – 1/18/12
The Marin Community Foundation invites you to a community conversation in conjunction with the launch of A Portrait of Marin, produced by the American Human Development Project. View event details here
Opportunity Nation Summit: Promoting Communities of Opportunity
AHDP Co-Director Sarah Burd-Sharps spoke on a panel at the Opportunity Nation Summit in New York City on November 4th. Opportunity Nation’s mission is to promote opportunity, social mobility, and access to the American Dream. See more here.
2011 Huether Lasallian Conference
November 19, 2011 — Christian Brothers Conference
Forum Presents Disparities in Californians’ Well Being, Role and Response of Philanthropy
November 10, 2011 — UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Latino Community Foundation: San Francisco, October 21, 2011
AHDP Co-Director Kristen Lewis will address the Latino Community Foundation in San Francisco on October 21, 2011. The Latino Community Foundation’s mission is to create a future where all Latino families are safe, healthy, and full participants in the civic and economic life of California. Learn more.
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, October 20, 2011
AHDP Co-Director Kristen Lewis will offer a nonpartisan, fact-based look at how ordinary people in communities across California are faring. She will be joined by: Sushma Raman, President of Southern California Grantmakers, and Edmund Cain, Vice President of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. This event is open to the public with an RSVP. RSVP for the event.