Book by Tynesia Boyea-Robinson: “… is a collection of stories and case studies to evolve the way we think about and approach systemic causes of inequities facing low-income communities, particularly communities of color. The book successfully addresses:
- Cross-sector collaboration as a requirement for sustainable social change;
- Moving away from siloed programs with single-focused solutions to building systems and infrastructures that improve inequities at the population-level; and
- Reframing how to think about and measure success in order to achieve scale and impact.
Read about leaders across the country who have successfully created sustainable, long-lasting solutions to address key root causes of inequities in their communities:
- How the Detroit Corridor Initiative, Cincinnati, and Minneapolis-St Paul used shared results for successful cross-sector partnerships
- How Nexus Community Partners in Minneapolis changed how they collaborate with the community they’re serving towards a more authentic community engagement
- How Best Start for Kids in Seattle/King County effectively used cross-sector partnerships
- How Camden City in New Jersey partnered with Campbell’s Soup for better health outcomes
Discover tested tools and strategies to implement change in your own communities, such as:
- How the Model Behavior, Align Resources, Catalyze Change (MAC) framework harnesses intrinsic motivation for behavior change
- How the Data Inventory helps you figure out what data needs to be collected and how to get it
- Four components of creating effective shared results that will drive your cross-sector partnership towards success…(More)”.