CEO has invited stakeholders across government, philanthropy, academia, business and consumer communities to implement Shared Prosperity Philadelphia and achieve a common understanding of Philadelphia’s poverty problem and each actor’s role in its ongoing solution.
The Five Shared Prosperity Working Groups:
- Serve as the hub for continuous communication and mutual education about poverty in Philadelphia.
- Act as the monitor of poverty trends and best practices.
- Create and monitor a policy agenda to knock down systems-level barriers to opportunity, especially among our most disadvantaged citizens.
Benefits Access Working Group
Housing Security Working Group
Philadelphia Financial Empowerment Network
Place Based Jobs and Workforce Development Committee
A Running Start Steering Committee
- Arcadia University
- Brightside Academy
- Capital Blue Cross
- Child Care Information Services -North
- Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- Childspace West, Inc.
- Community College of Philadelphia
- Harriet Dichter, Consultant on Early Learning
- Delaware Valley for the Education of Young Children
- Fox Rothschild LLP
- Hamilton Lane
- Independence Mission Schools
- Indochinese American Council
- Norris Square Community Alliance
- Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL)
- Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY)
- Public Health Management Corporation
- School District of Philadelphia
- The Philadelphia Foundation
- University of Pennsylvania
- West Philadelphia Action for Early Learning
- William Penn Foundation