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Resources From 'Public Policy Conference 2017'

Publication date: 
04/06/2017

At the 2017 Public Policy Conference, the SCG community came together with leaders from across our region, our state, and our country to examine new and urgent questions: What does this new political landscape mean for our work? What changes can we expect in federal and state budgets--and in the laws of our country? How will these changes affect what we can do? How will they affect the communities we support?

 

Opening Keynote
Michael McAfee, President, PolicyLink
Equity: Paving the Way to a Thriving Southern California

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Resources from 'A New Vision for Comprehensive Capacity Building - Los Angeles Workshop'

Publication date: 
02/09/2017

In a session presented by GEO's Meghan Duffy, Associate Vice President of Programs, and Kristen Scott Kennedy, Senior Manager, tackled the essential issues that drive the design of effective capacity building support:

  • the benefits of contextual, continuous, and collective capacity support;
  • examples of capacity building work underway in your region; and
  • peer sharing about successes and challenges.
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Resources from 'A New Vision for Comprehensive Capacity Building - Orange County Workshop'

Publication date: 
02/09/2017

In a session presented by GEO's Meghan Duffy, Associate Vice President of Programs, and Kristen Scott Kennedy, Senior Manager, tackled the essential issues that drive the design of effective capacity building support:

  • the benefits of contextual, continuous, and collective capacity support;
  • examples of capacity building work underway in your region; and
  • peer sharing about successes and challenges.
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Resources from 'What Happens if the Affordable Care Act is Repealed?'

Publication date: 
01/27/2017

Join your fellow health care funders for a deeper dive on what can be expected if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

We will explore what repeal would mean for the safety net, community clinics and hospitals, and the Medicaid Waiver.

State and local health care leaders will share what they're hearing on the ground and through their federal channels, and how health providers and philanthropy can prepare for a potential repeal:

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Resources from ''The State of Education in Inland Southern California'

Publication date: 
01/17/2017

'The State of Education in Inland Southern California'

Paul Granillo, Inland Empire Economic Partnership - [email protected]

Leslie Sorensen, Ontario-Montclair Unified School District - [email protected]

Sheila Thornton, Coachella Valley Economic Partnership - [email protected]

 

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