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"Changemakers LA” is the inaugural podcast series of LISC LA. It is a tribute to the people and the policies that work to make LA neighborhoods good places to live, work, and play. The series is a forum for contemporary change-makers and LISC partners to share how they tackle the pressing issues of Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Transportation, and Safety in a time of growing prosperity and growing inequity in LA.

Latest Episodes

Changemakers LA: Crisis Within a Crisis: Solving Homelessness Amidst a Pandemic

In the past year, the number of people experiencing homelessness within the Los Angeles County has risen by 13%. But today, hundreds of thousands more Angelenos are at risk of losing their homes as the pandemic has thrown both our city’s physical and financial health into limbo. In response to this crisis within a crisis, the City has protected Angelenos from ending up without a home by instating an eviction moratorium. But with thousands at risk and the moratorium set to expire, how do we prepare for what is still to come? In this episode of the Changemakers LA podcast, we meet with leaders taking on homelessness in Los Angeles to discuss what is yet to come and how we can best respond. Joining LISC LA for this conversation are: Lois Starr, Acting Executive Director at People Assisting the Homeless Laura Vandeweghe, Chief Operating Officer at Decro Corporation Tommy Newman, Senior Director at United Way of Greater Los Angeles In this conversation we explore: How has the pandemic deepened the existing homelessness crisis What can be done to accelerate much-needed affordable housing development How can local governments and Angelenos be allies in this effort How has the pandemic emphasized the relationship between housing and health This episode of the Changemakers LA Podcast was made possibly by our partner, Wells Fargo. This podcast was recorded on 8/24. If you would like to learn more, visit the show notes at: https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/, or view the Affordable Housing Toolkit at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/covid-19-response/supporting-affordable-housing-owners-during-covid-19/.

32 min3 w ago
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Changemakers LA: Crisis Within a Crisis: Solving Homelessness Amidst a Pandemic

Changemakers LA: The Future of Housing in an Unprecedented Time

In recent months of pandemic response, the ‘Safer at Home’ order has reminded us of the importance and necessity of housing for a safe and healthy Los Angeles. However, for Angelenos at risk of losing housing or without a home, it has brought about an intensified need for supportive, affordable housing. As our city is coming to an acute awareness of the importance of housing for all, we must reform and expedite our approaches to working towards a housed and healthy Los Angeles. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the future of housing in this unprecedented time. We are proud to have Paul Beesemyer, Bill Huang, Rebecca Louie, and Audrey Peterson join us to discuss the effects of the current pandemic on affordable housing. Our guests joining us for this episode are: ● Paul Beesemyer, Director of Southern California for the California Housing Partnership ● Bill Huang, Director of the Housing and Career Services Department for the City of Pasadena ● Rebecca Louie, Vice President/COO of Wakeland HDC ● Audrey Peterson, Senior Projects Manager at Clifford Beers Housing In this episode, you will learn: ● What the coronavirus has taught the field about the relationship between housing, health and safety ● How coronavirus and the resulting lockdown is affecting the already rising demand for affordable housing ● How developers can adapt the services they provide to better serve residents who are sheltering in place This episode of Changemakers LA was made possible by our partner, MUFG Union Bank. If you would like to learn more, visit the show notes at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/regional-stories/changemakers-la-future-housing-unprecedented-time

34 minJUN 25
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Changemakers LA: The Future of Housing in an Unprecedented Time

Changemakers LA: Rethinking Housing Development

A shortage of affordable housing is causing displacement of residents and driving some into homelessness. While policymakers are trying to find ways to preserve affordable units and to encourage the development of new ones, some nonprofit organizations have figured out how to make more affordable housing available faster and cheaper. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss a couple of innovative housing solutions. We are proud to have Brilliant Corners and Genesis LA join us to discuss what they’re doing to make housing development faster and less expensive. Our guests joining us for this episode are: William F. Pickel, Chief Executive Officer of Brilliant Corners Tom De Simone, President and CEO of Genesis LA In this episode, you will learn: How Genesis LA is helping developers buy property quickly and Brilliant Corners is turning storage facilities, office buildings and churches into housing What infill development is and the opportunity it can provide for more housing Why rental subsidies are important to get more housing units online quickly If you would like to learn more about how we provide capital support for innovative housing at LISC LA, please visit us online at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles and follow us on twitter @LISC_LA

19 minFEB 22
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Changemakers LA: Rethinking Housing Development

Changemakers LA: How Landlords and Community Members Can Keep Folks Housed

More than 150,000 Californians slept in shelters, cars or on the street in 2019. This reflected a 17% increase from 2018. Close to 59,000 people were homeless in L.A. County, 61% of which represent the city of L.A. Rising rents have displaced lower-income Californians and created a shortage of 1.4 million affordable housing units. While $1 billion in this year’s state budget has been allocated to help build shelters and long-term housing, eviction counseling and other homeless prevention strategies are needed. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss how landlords and community members can mitigate displacement and keep residents housed. We are proud to have Social Justice Learning Institute and Mercy Housing join us to discuss what they’ve done to support residents stay in their homes. Our guests joining us for this episode are: • Dr. D’Artagnan Scorza, Founder and Executive Director of the Social Justice Learning Institute • Jacquie Hoffman, Regional Vice President of Property Operations for Mercy Housing • Jonathan Wolf, Director of Resident Services for Southern California for Mercy Housing In this episode, you will learn: • What it took to get rent control in Inglewood • What tenant protections currently exist • How landlords can support in the effort to keep folks from being displaced Resource: Eviction Prevention Program (EPP) http://www.neighborworks.org/Documents/TrainingandServices_Docs/Training_ProfDev_Docs/In-Person-Training/Eviction-Prevention-Programming-Best-Practices-Review.aspx Learn more about our work at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles

25 minJAN 11
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Changemakers LA: How Landlords and Community Members Can Keep Folks Housed

Changemakers LA: Investing In America’s Workforce with Union Pacific Railroad and BCOs

Union Pacific Railroad partnered with LISC in 2018, investing $3 million to connect unemployed and underemployed workers to LISC Financial Opportunity Centers (FOCs) in four cities nationwide including Los Angeles. The funding supports connecting low-income residents to careers in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (TDL) industry. According to the LA Economic Development Corporation’s Report on the TDL Sector in Southern California, this industry is on the rise as the San Pedro Port Complex (Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach) continues to grow and expand impact across the region. The Complex handles more containers per ship than any other port complex in the world. The average annual wage in the trade and logistics industry in 2015 was $63,130, approximately 14% higher than the average wage for all other industries in Southern California. Over the next five years, an expected 21,430 new job openings will be created and an additional 69,910 replacement workers will be needed due to employment churn. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the goals of the partnership and the successes we’ve seen so far. We are proud to have Union Pacific, CRCD and MAOF join us to discuss how they’re connecting low-income residents to living wage jobs. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Treasure Owens, Financial Coach at Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) Ken Kuwamura, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition and Manager Excellence at Union Pacific Isaias Hernandez, Community Development Director at the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) In this episode, you will learn: More about Union Pacific’s Building Tomorrow’s Workforce initiative What CRCD and MAOF’s career pathways look like for the clients they serve How we are addressing barriers for low-income residents to compete for today’s middle skills jobs Learn more about LISC and the work we do on our website at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles

27 min2019 OCT 19
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Changemakers LA: Investing In America’s Workforce with Union Pacific Railroad and BCOs

Changemakers LA Episode #13: What Move LA Is Doing Around Transit Districts

For our 13th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the logistical and financial obstacles facing public transportation services in Los Angeles and the work Move LA has done to address them. We are proud to have Move LA, Senator Ben Allen, and Kosmont Companies join us in exploring the ongoing relationship between public transit and community health. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Denny Zane, Executive Director of Move LA Senator Ben Allen, State Senator of the 26th Senate District Larry Kosmont, Chairman and CEO of Kosmont Companies In this episode, you will learn: How Move LA has advanced public infrastructure in LA How the changing landscape of affordable housing has affected public transportation Current/future legislative and business strategies for improving public transit services in Los Angeles and California Interested in learning more about economic development activity in LA County?Join our e-mail list over atwww.lisc.org/los-angeles.

24 min2019 SEP 19
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Changemakers LA Episode #13: What Move LA Is Doing Around Transit Districts

Changemakers LA Episode #12: Opportunity Zones

For our 12th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the power and potential of Opportunity Zones, and how they can be utilized to increase business activity in LA County and revitalizetraditionally under-invested communities. We are proud to havethe LA Mayor’s Office of Economic Development and Public Private Strategies join us in discussing this exciting new realm of community investment. Our guests joining us for this episode are: George Ashton, Managing Director of Strategic Investments at LISC Ron Frierson, Director of Economic Policy at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Economic Development Tammy Halevy, Senior Advisor at the consulting agency, Public Private Strategies In this episode, you will learn: What Opportunity Zones are and how they arose How Opportunity Zones can be used to help cultivate healthy communities What LISC and other nonprofits are doing to leverage strategies in the opportunity zone playbook to help low-income neighborhoods Interested in learning more about...

25 min2019 AUG 22
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Changemakers LA Episode #12: Opportunity Zones

Changemakers LA Episode #11: The Status of Blacks Experiencing Homelessness

For our 11th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the disparity of black people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles based on an investigative report conducted by the Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness. We are proud to have the St. Joseph Center and the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) join us in discussing this important and pressing issue. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Va Lecia Adams, President & CEO of St. Joseph Center Saba Mwine, Senior Program Manager at Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) In this episode, you will learn: Why underrepresentation of service professionals may be causing the huge disparity of black people experiencing homelessness The Report’s recommendations on solving the homelessness issue How to get involved with curbing homelessness in LA Interested in learning more about our capacity building and financing of affordable housing development? Join our e-mail list over at www.lisc.org/los-angeles.

19 min2019 JUL 4
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Changemakers LA Episode #11: The Status of Blacks Experiencing Homelessness

Changemakers LA Episode #10: Providing the Skills Needed for Quality Jobs

For our 10th Changemakers LA episode, we explore the work we are doing to address the skills gap in low income communities through our Bridges to Career Opportunities (BCO) program. This program meets the need of supplying skilled workers for local companies who have job openings that are hard to fill due to the advanced skills needed. It also provides a pathway for local residents to seize these high earning job opportunities. We are so proud to have Citi Foundation partner with us and support this work. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Cassie Woods, Manager of Financial Empowerment Programs for Youth Policy Institute (YPI) Daria Sheehan, Senior Program Officer for Citi Foundation In this episode, you will learn: Why the BCO program is a priority for Citi Foundation How our partner, YPI, is helping folks obtain living wage jobs in the tech and construction industries The tools YPI is utilizing to help people overcome barriers as they move into these lucrative industries ...

17 min2019 JUN 11
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Changemakers LA Episode #10: Providing the Skills Needed for Quality Jobs

Changemakers LA Episode #9: Economic Inclusion In The City Of Long Beach

For our 9th Changemakers LA episode, we are excited to have four leaders from various organizations for a conversation about economic inclusion in the City of Long Beach. Our expert guests joining us for this show are: *Jamila Henderson, Senior Associate at Policy Link *John Keisler, Economic Development Director at City of Long Beach *James Alva, Senior Vice President and Market Manager for Citi Bank *Kim M. Tabari, Project Manager at USC Program for Environmental & Regional Equity In this episode, you will learn: 1. What economic inclusion means 2. The strengths and challenges Long Beach faces with economic inclusion 3. The role that LISC and others are playing in advancing economic inclusion in Long Beach Interested in learning more about how we engage in economic development in a way that puts every resident at the center of our efforts? Click the link here to view the Everyone In Economic Inclusion Initiative Phase 1 Report

28 min2019 APR 3
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Changemakers LA Episode #9: Economic Inclusion In The City Of Long Beach

Latest Episodes

Changemakers LA: Crisis Within a Crisis: Solving Homelessness Amidst a Pandemic

In the past year, the number of people experiencing homelessness within the Los Angeles County has risen by 13%. But today, hundreds of thousands more Angelenos are at risk of losing their homes as the pandemic has thrown both our city’s physical and financial health into limbo. In response to this crisis within a crisis, the City has protected Angelenos from ending up without a home by instating an eviction moratorium. But with thousands at risk and the moratorium set to expire, how do we prepare for what is still to come? In this episode of the Changemakers LA podcast, we meet with leaders taking on homelessness in Los Angeles to discuss what is yet to come and how we can best respond. Joining LISC LA for this conversation are: Lois Starr, Acting Executive Director at People Assisting the Homeless Laura Vandeweghe, Chief Operating Officer at Decro Corporation Tommy Newman, Senior Director at United Way of Greater Los Angeles In this conversation we explore: How has the pandemic deepened the existing homelessness crisis What can be done to accelerate much-needed affordable housing development How can local governments and Angelenos be allies in this effort How has the pandemic emphasized the relationship between housing and health This episode of the Changemakers LA Podcast was made possibly by our partner, Wells Fargo. This podcast was recorded on 8/24. If you would like to learn more, visit the show notes at: https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/, or view the Affordable Housing Toolkit at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/covid-19-response/supporting-affordable-housing-owners-during-covid-19/.

32 min3 w ago
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Changemakers LA: Crisis Within a Crisis: Solving Homelessness Amidst a Pandemic

Changemakers LA: The Future of Housing in an Unprecedented Time

In recent months of pandemic response, the ‘Safer at Home’ order has reminded us of the importance and necessity of housing for a safe and healthy Los Angeles. However, for Angelenos at risk of losing housing or without a home, it has brought about an intensified need for supportive, affordable housing. As our city is coming to an acute awareness of the importance of housing for all, we must reform and expedite our approaches to working towards a housed and healthy Los Angeles. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the future of housing in this unprecedented time. We are proud to have Paul Beesemyer, Bill Huang, Rebecca Louie, and Audrey Peterson join us to discuss the effects of the current pandemic on affordable housing. Our guests joining us for this episode are: ● Paul Beesemyer, Director of Southern California for the California Housing Partnership ● Bill Huang, Director of the Housing and Career Services Department for the City of Pasadena ● Rebecca Louie, Vice President/COO of Wakeland HDC ● Audrey Peterson, Senior Projects Manager at Clifford Beers Housing In this episode, you will learn: ● What the coronavirus has taught the field about the relationship between housing, health and safety ● How coronavirus and the resulting lockdown is affecting the already rising demand for affordable housing ● How developers can adapt the services they provide to better serve residents who are sheltering in place This episode of Changemakers LA was made possible by our partner, MUFG Union Bank. If you would like to learn more, visit the show notes at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles/regional-stories/changemakers-la-future-housing-unprecedented-time

34 minJUN 25
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Changemakers LA: The Future of Housing in an Unprecedented Time

Changemakers LA: Rethinking Housing Development

A shortage of affordable housing is causing displacement of residents and driving some into homelessness. While policymakers are trying to find ways to preserve affordable units and to encourage the development of new ones, some nonprofit organizations have figured out how to make more affordable housing available faster and cheaper. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss a couple of innovative housing solutions. We are proud to have Brilliant Corners and Genesis LA join us to discuss what they’re doing to make housing development faster and less expensive. Our guests joining us for this episode are: William F. Pickel, Chief Executive Officer of Brilliant Corners Tom De Simone, President and CEO of Genesis LA In this episode, you will learn: How Genesis LA is helping developers buy property quickly and Brilliant Corners is turning storage facilities, office buildings and churches into housing What infill development is and the opportunity it can provide for more housing Why rental subsidies are important to get more housing units online quickly If you would like to learn more about how we provide capital support for innovative housing at LISC LA, please visit us online at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles and follow us on twitter @LISC_LA

19 minFEB 22
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Changemakers LA: Rethinking Housing Development

Changemakers LA: How Landlords and Community Members Can Keep Folks Housed

More than 150,000 Californians slept in shelters, cars or on the street in 2019. This reflected a 17% increase from 2018. Close to 59,000 people were homeless in L.A. County, 61% of which represent the city of L.A. Rising rents have displaced lower-income Californians and created a shortage of 1.4 million affordable housing units. While $1 billion in this year’s state budget has been allocated to help build shelters and long-term housing, eviction counseling and other homeless prevention strategies are needed. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss how landlords and community members can mitigate displacement and keep residents housed. We are proud to have Social Justice Learning Institute and Mercy Housing join us to discuss what they’ve done to support residents stay in their homes. Our guests joining us for this episode are: • Dr. D’Artagnan Scorza, Founder and Executive Director of the Social Justice Learning Institute • Jacquie Hoffman, Regional Vice President of Property Operations for Mercy Housing • Jonathan Wolf, Director of Resident Services for Southern California for Mercy Housing In this episode, you will learn: • What it took to get rent control in Inglewood • What tenant protections currently exist • How landlords can support in the effort to keep folks from being displaced Resource: Eviction Prevention Program (EPP) http://www.neighborworks.org/Documents/TrainingandServices_Docs/Training_ProfDev_Docs/In-Person-Training/Eviction-Prevention-Programming-Best-Practices-Review.aspx Learn more about our work at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles

25 minJAN 11
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Changemakers LA: How Landlords and Community Members Can Keep Folks Housed

Changemakers LA: Investing In America’s Workforce with Union Pacific Railroad and BCOs

Union Pacific Railroad partnered with LISC in 2018, investing $3 million to connect unemployed and underemployed workers to LISC Financial Opportunity Centers (FOCs) in four cities nationwide including Los Angeles. The funding supports connecting low-income residents to careers in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (TDL) industry. According to the LA Economic Development Corporation’s Report on the TDL Sector in Southern California, this industry is on the rise as the San Pedro Port Complex (Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach) continues to grow and expand impact across the region. The Complex handles more containers per ship than any other port complex in the world. The average annual wage in the trade and logistics industry in 2015 was $63,130, approximately 14% higher than the average wage for all other industries in Southern California. Over the next five years, an expected 21,430 new job openings will be created and an additional 69,910 replacement workers will be needed due to employment churn. On this Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the goals of the partnership and the successes we’ve seen so far. We are proud to have Union Pacific, CRCD and MAOF join us to discuss how they’re connecting low-income residents to living wage jobs. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Treasure Owens, Financial Coach at Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) Ken Kuwamura, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition and Manager Excellence at Union Pacific Isaias Hernandez, Community Development Director at the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) In this episode, you will learn: More about Union Pacific’s Building Tomorrow’s Workforce initiative What CRCD and MAOF’s career pathways look like for the clients they serve How we are addressing barriers for low-income residents to compete for today’s middle skills jobs Learn more about LISC and the work we do on our website at https://www.lisc.org/los-angeles

27 min2019 OCT 19
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Changemakers LA: Investing In America’s Workforce with Union Pacific Railroad and BCOs

Changemakers LA Episode #13: What Move LA Is Doing Around Transit Districts

For our 13th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the logistical and financial obstacles facing public transportation services in Los Angeles and the work Move LA has done to address them. We are proud to have Move LA, Senator Ben Allen, and Kosmont Companies join us in exploring the ongoing relationship between public transit and community health. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Denny Zane, Executive Director of Move LA Senator Ben Allen, State Senator of the 26th Senate District Larry Kosmont, Chairman and CEO of Kosmont Companies In this episode, you will learn: How Move LA has advanced public infrastructure in LA How the changing landscape of affordable housing has affected public transportation Current/future legislative and business strategies for improving public transit services in Los Angeles and California Interested in learning more about economic development activity in LA County?Join our e-mail list over atwww.lisc.org/los-angeles.

24 min2019 SEP 19
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Changemakers LA Episode #13: What Move LA Is Doing Around Transit Districts

Changemakers LA Episode #12: Opportunity Zones

For our 12th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the power and potential of Opportunity Zones, and how they can be utilized to increase business activity in LA County and revitalizetraditionally under-invested communities. We are proud to havethe LA Mayor’s Office of Economic Development and Public Private Strategies join us in discussing this exciting new realm of community investment. Our guests joining us for this episode are: George Ashton, Managing Director of Strategic Investments at LISC Ron Frierson, Director of Economic Policy at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Economic Development Tammy Halevy, Senior Advisor at the consulting agency, Public Private Strategies In this episode, you will learn: What Opportunity Zones are and how they arose How Opportunity Zones can be used to help cultivate healthy communities What LISC and other nonprofits are doing to leverage strategies in the opportunity zone playbook to help low-income neighborhoods Interested in learning more about...

25 min2019 AUG 22
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Changemakers LA Episode #12: Opportunity Zones

Changemakers LA Episode #11: The Status of Blacks Experiencing Homelessness

For our 11th Changemakers LA episode, we discuss the disparity of black people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles based on an investigative report conducted by the Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness. We are proud to have the St. Joseph Center and the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) join us in discussing this important and pressing issue. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Va Lecia Adams, President & CEO of St. Joseph Center Saba Mwine, Senior Program Manager at Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) In this episode, you will learn: Why underrepresentation of service professionals may be causing the huge disparity of black people experiencing homelessness The Report’s recommendations on solving the homelessness issue How to get involved with curbing homelessness in LA Interested in learning more about our capacity building and financing of affordable housing development? Join our e-mail list over at www.lisc.org/los-angeles.

19 min2019 JUL 4
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Changemakers LA Episode #11: The Status of Blacks Experiencing Homelessness

Changemakers LA Episode #10: Providing the Skills Needed for Quality Jobs

For our 10th Changemakers LA episode, we explore the work we are doing to address the skills gap in low income communities through our Bridges to Career Opportunities (BCO) program. This program meets the need of supplying skilled workers for local companies who have job openings that are hard to fill due to the advanced skills needed. It also provides a pathway for local residents to seize these high earning job opportunities. We are so proud to have Citi Foundation partner with us and support this work. Our guests joining us for this episode are: Cassie Woods, Manager of Financial Empowerment Programs for Youth Policy Institute (YPI) Daria Sheehan, Senior Program Officer for Citi Foundation In this episode, you will learn: Why the BCO program is a priority for Citi Foundation How our partner, YPI, is helping folks obtain living wage jobs in the tech and construction industries The tools YPI is utilizing to help people overcome barriers as they move into these lucrative industries ...

17 min2019 JUN 11
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Changemakers LA Episode #10: Providing the Skills Needed for Quality Jobs

Changemakers LA Episode #9: Economic Inclusion In The City Of Long Beach

For our 9th Changemakers LA episode, we are excited to have four leaders from various organizations for a conversation about economic inclusion in the City of Long Beach. Our expert guests joining us for this show are: *Jamila Henderson, Senior Associate at Policy Link *John Keisler, Economic Development Director at City of Long Beach *James Alva, Senior Vice President and Market Manager for Citi Bank *Kim M. Tabari, Project Manager at USC Program for Environmental & Regional Equity In this episode, you will learn: 1. What economic inclusion means 2. The strengths and challenges Long Beach faces with economic inclusion 3. The role that LISC and others are playing in advancing economic inclusion in Long Beach Interested in learning more about how we engage in economic development in a way that puts every resident at the center of our efforts? Click the link here to view the Everyone In Economic Inclusion Initiative Phase 1 Report

28 min2019 APR 3
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Changemakers LA Episode #9: Economic Inclusion In The City Of Long Beach
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