Memos to Leaders: Social Equity in Central Virginia

Memos to Leaders: Social Equity in Central Virginia
Richmond, Virginia is a region long associated with racial and economic inequality, but it has made significant innovations, including the creation of a new Office of Community Wealth Building (OCWB) in Richmond City. The Central Virginia Chapter’s memo was designed to inform state and local leaders nationwide about Central Virginia’s efforts in four key areas of social equity: external environment, senior public administrators, public servants and organizational values. These areas were identified through a 2014 analysis developed by Susan T. Gooden, a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and ASPA’s 2016-2017 president. Join two of the memo’s authors, Grant Rissler, Ph.D. (Assistant Director, Office of Public Policy Outreach, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University and the Secretary of the Central Virginia ASPA Chapter) and Eleanor Nowak (Regulatory Consultant Sr., Appalachian Power), as they discuss social equity more in depth and answer any questions you may have.
When
1/24/2018 1:30 PM - 1/24/2018 2:30 PM

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