Looking back on the inclusive process that informed the Partnership’s strategies and idea papers and ahead to the efforts these ideas are already inspiring.
A Locally Based Initiative to Support People and Communities by Transformative Use of Data
The data revolution is transforming how executives manage operations and businesses deliver goods and services. Yet when it comes to helping people escape poverty, the revolution has barely begun...
The US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty’s definition of mobility comprises three core principles: economic success, power and autonomy, and being valued in community. This paper curates and describes selected measures of these three principles.
Changing the Narrative
Narratives are stories we rely on to make sense of the world. In America today, inaccurate narratives about poverty too often get in the way of meaningful change. More accurate narratives about poverty and the true nature of upward mobility will lead to more...
- President and CEO
- Isabelle and Scott Black Professor of Political Economy
- President and CEO
- Chief Executive Officer
- Founder, President, and CEO
- Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Psychology
- Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
- William Stewart Tod Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs
- Dean, Woodrow Wilson School
- Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics
- Elisabeth Allison Professor of Economics
- Senior Vice President for Healthy Communities
- Former Chancellor
- Maurice P. During '22 Professor of Demographic Studies; Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
- Senior Vice President of Criminal Justice
- Morgridge Family Economic Security Innovator in Residence
- University Professor
Restoring the American Dream
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and staffed and supported by the Urban Institute, the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty was tasked with answering one big, bold question: What Would It Take to Dramatically Increase Mobility from Poverty? Specifically, the Partnership was...