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Civic Action tools + resource sites:
CivicConnect: provides a suite of applications that leverage Augmented Reality (AR) and the latest mobile technologies to deliver a compelling user experience.
Water Summit: A gathering of businesses, non-profits, foundations, and government entities to discuss the importance of water and water resiliency.
Rebuild By Design: reimagining the way communities find solutions for today’s large-scale, complex problems.
Institute For Global Futures: is a powerful interactive planning and real-time design process that gives leaders a strategic window on their business today and in the future.
Urban Land Institute (ULI): provides leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Presidential Public Service Fellowship: Supports a broad range of summerlong opportunities that serve the common good.
Catchafire: connects you with passionate, pro bono professionals looking to donate their skills through 1-hour phone calls and/or fully fledged projects.
Coro: is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization focused on cultivating the next generation of diverse leaders through hands-on, collaborative, cross-sectoral learning.
BuildCoin: The World's First and Only Digital Currency Built Specifically for the Construction Industry.
The Planning Report: has been the preeminent trade publication where the region's leaders engage in substantive debate about urban planning, growth, design, and public infrastructure investment.
Gen H: Inviting entrepreneurs and innovators to help advance the healthiest generation in human history.
CalCareers: The State of California offers a wide variety of careers and jobs, ranging from accounting to zoology.
LAANE: (Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy) is a nationally recognized leading advocacy organization dedicated to building a new economy for all.
Engine: supports the growth of technology entrepreneurship through economic research, policy analysis, and advocacy on local and national issues.
Kumu: Kumu is a powerful data visualization platform that helps you organize complex information into interactive relationship maps.
WEnyc - Programs: WE NYC's free services are available across the five boroughs and in multiple languages. WE NYC offers a range of tailored business services including networking events, business courses, and mentorship sessions.
WEnyc - Fund Crowd: WE Fund Crowd is an initiative to support the growth of women entrepreneurs in NYC.
Women.nyc: Women.nyc was designed by a team of women, for women, to help you navigate parenthood, afford living in NYC and ask for a raise. Now, let’s refine your search to help you secure the right employment opportunity for you.
Mightycause: This is the online fundraising software for empowering nonprofits, people, and the causes they believe in.
Good Ways, Inc.: a consulting firm that helps nonprofit organizations raise money, awareness, and support using digital tools and good old-fashioned strategy.
Global Platform For Sustainable Cities: e Global Platform for Sustainable Cities (GPSC) brings together all participating cities and a wide range of entities that are working on urban sustainability issues.
MobilizeAmerica: is a platform that connects individuals, grassroots groups, and national progressive organizations with the most impactful volunteer-led electoral actions to elect Democrats.
Build: is dedicated to proving the power of experiential learning through entrepreneurship, and igniting the potential of youth in under-resourced communities.
Align: serves as an independent and specialized impact advisor to families, foundations and their financial advisors to help define their most important values and desired social outcomes.
Living Economy Advisors: providing resilient economic strategies to benefit the environment and create sustainable business models.
AECOM: We are a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.
UCLA Optimists: Find out what makes mentors credible and authentic, how sharing experience is more impactful than sharing knowledge.
The Los Angeles Business Council (LABC): is renowned for its effective advocacy and educational programs throughout the region, and is a vital representative of business leaders from all industry sectors.
MPavilion: is a new civic space, a cultural laboratory in which to experiment and experience, an event hub and a meeting place.
Art for Justice Fund: connect the generosity of collectors with the creativity of artists and the ingenuity of advocates to help solve the crisis of mass incarceration
YA Arts for Learning: is an association of affiliated organizations that are each dedicated to local education and community development.
AEA Consulting: is a global firm setting the standard in strategy and planning for the cultural and creative industries.
Make America Smart Again: Education is a lifelong commitment and improving our country should be a goal for every American.
Bay Area Mural Program: is a non-profit organization that manages and facilitates the creation of public and private art murals.
Arts for Incarcerated Youth: is an interdisciplinary collaborative that provides exceptional arts programming in order to build resiliency and wellness, eliminate recidivism, and transform the juvenile justice system.
Magenta is a Google Brain project to ask and answer the questions, “Can we use machine learning to create compelling art and music?
ArtPlace America (ArtPlace): is a collaboration among a number of foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions that works to position arts and culture as a core sector of comprehensive community planning and development in order to help strengthen the social, physical, and economic fabric of communities.
ArTIVISM: When one pushes for change, socially, politically, or environmentally, by utilizing their creative ability.
California Arts Council: Strategic Plan is crafted to further the CAC’s mission of advancing California through the arts and creativity.
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles.
The High Line Network: is a group of infrastructure reuse projects—and the people who are helping them come to life.
Los Angeles County of Arts Commission: The Los Angeles County Arts Commission fosters excellence, diversity, vitality, understanding and accessibility of the arts in Los Angeles County.
America Heard: is a web series of short documentary films being created by filmmakers across the nation in the wake of the 2016 election.
Creative Nation: is the connection between the country’s top creative, technology, design and communication talent.
projectart: transforms public libraries into vital cultural hubs through artist residencies where contemporary visual artists teach free, after-school art classes to underserved youths, while developing new artwork in the library.
United States Artists (USA): awards $50,000 fellowships to the country’s most accomplished and innovative artists working in the fields of Architecture & Design, Crafts, Dance, Literature, Media, Music, Theater & Performance, Traditional Arts and Visual Arts.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: has helped to transform a downtrodden section of Downtown into a world-class Cultural District that stands as a national model of urban revitalization through the arts.
Self Help Graphics: inspires the creation and promotion of new works by chicano and latino artists through experimental and innovative printmaking techniques and other visual art forms.
National Endowment for the Arts: is the independent federal agency whose funding and support American in the arts.
Department of Cultural Affairs: The official website of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
Beautify Earth - Civic Love: Civic Love is a new way to “get involved.” It is based on taking action, and working together to help you achieve your ideas for your neighborhood.
PSA Supply Co.: PSA is public service apparel, a new platform for ideas, inspiration, and action — brought to you by Upworthy and GOOD.
Center for Active Design - Assembly: Civic Design Guidelines: The Center for Active Design is thrilled to announce the release of the Assembly: Civic Design Guidelines, a groundbreaking playbook for creating well-designed and well-maintained public spaces as a force for building trust and healing divisions in local communities.
Center for Architecture - Social Housing – New European Projects: Across Europe, a new generation of architecture practices are transforming affordable housing. Responding to continued need, changing clients, and new funding methods, architects are once again addressing how homes can be delivered at scale while piloting new methods to achieve high standards of design.
For Freedoms: For Freedoms is a platform for greater participation in the arts and in civil society. We produce exhibitions, installations, public programs, and billboard campaigns to advocate for inclusive civic participation.
Get Lit: Words Ignite brings classic poetry to the streets and street poetry into the classrooms. By engaging youth in great works of literature, in-school and beyond, teens engage in their own futures and unearth their potential.
Creative Time: We are committed to presenting important art for our times and engaging broad audiences that transcend geographic, racial, and socioeconomic barriers.
ACUTEART: is the world’s first Virtual Reality arts platform, a gallery without walls that lets you experience the cutting edge of interactive art anywhere in the world.
New York Live Arts: is a center of diverse artists devoted to body-based investigation that transcends barriers between and within communities led by world-renowned artist Bill T. Jones.
flowproject.la: is a curated resource guide to connecting partnerships, place-making & programs that cultivate and sustain beautiful, healthy civic environments founded by Cynthia Hirschhorn.
Community Arts Resources: We are a diverse collective of creatively minded planners and producers engaged in the changing dynamics of the urban environment. Based in Los Angeles.
GKFF’s arts initiatives: Foundation’s investments in Tulsa’s Arts District and Greenwood neighborhood create an environment where artists can flourish.
Arts Datathon: will bring together local arts agencies with artists, arts administrators, educators, students, community advocates, researchers, and professionals in culture, museums and urban planning to address the question of improving access to the arts.
L.A. Coalition: administers a $4.1 million grants program that funds more than 350 nonprofit arts organizations annually.
Imagination.org: mission is to find, foster and fund creativity and entrepreneurship in children around the world to raise a new generation of innovators and problem solvers who have the tools they need to build the world they imagine.
MADWORKSHOP: has collaborated with the University of Southern California School of Architecture (USC) to establish the Homeless Studio.
2016-2017 MAYNE | NOW INSTITUTE: education based out of UCLA Architecture and Urban Design (A.UD) that advances experimentation and cross-discipline collaboration among professors, students, and industry partners to expand the boundaries of architectural practice.
Global Cultural Districts Network: (GCDN) is a federation of global centers of arts and culture that fosters cooperation and knowledge-sharing among those responsible for conceiving, funding, building, and operating cultural districts and/or clusters
with a significant cultural element.
Detroit Future City: is a nonprofit organization that plays a crucial role in Detroit as an independent think tank, policy advocate and innovation engine focused on the future of the city.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation: advances innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems.
Future of Cities LA: Designed to create a conversation about how to empower those who will put Los Angeles on the world stage.
Center for Public Impact: has worked with leading practitioners and academics from around the world to develop a framework that sets out how government can improve the results it achieves for citizens
Sparkassen: are a group of savings banks born of the need to invest in the country, German society, and they maintain close ties to local communities.
Public Banking: Make affordable loans to small businesses, farmers, government entities, and students.
California YIMBY: YIMBY stands for yes in my backyard. California YIMBY is a grassroots movement that works to make our state affordable and accessible for everyone.
California Strategic Growth Council: Transforming Dis-Advantaged Communities in Southern California.
Institute for Local Self-Reliance: exploring how cities are restricting chain stores in order to give local startups and independent businesses a chance.
Bloomberg Philanthropies: Helping U.S. Cities Innovate, SolveProblems, and working together helping U.S. Innovate.
Next 10: Looking for an online tool to educate your community about budget priorities? License the Budget Challenge for your municipality or nonprofit!
Opportunity Fund: lend more than $2 million every month and help people save over $1 million each year.
Crowdpac: wants to fight the power of Big Money in politics by helping small dollar donors engage in the political process.
The Generosity Network: These networks are facilitated by technological connections like Facebook and the Internet itself, but ultimately they are social, intellectual, and spiritual constructs.
Charitybuzz: is the place to find extraordinary experiences and luxuries to benefit remarkable charities making an impact.
The World Economic Forum; committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.
The Center For Urban Innovation: The Aspen Institute is a nonpartisan forum for values-based leadership and the exchange of ideas.
Crosstown Air: Los Angeles consistently ranks among the cities with the worst air pollution. But how does the air quality vary from neighborhood to neighborhood? We examined the air quality of 251 neighborhoods, cities and towns across LA county hour by hour for almost an entire year.
Visible Men Academy: The mission of VMA is to provide boys with strong academic, character, and social education in a nurturing school environment. VMA is to deliver a high-quality educational experience that meets the specific needs of at-risk elementary and middle school aged boys through the collaborative efforts of administrators, teachers, parents, the broader community, and the students themselves.
LA2050 Connect Entries: engage and interact with other Angelenos and are empowered to contribute meaningfully in civic processes.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group: NPAG was founded in 2002 to bring the rapidly evolving social sector a more current, more strategic, and less transactional approach to executive search and talent consulting.
Grads For Life: Grads of Life helps employers nationwide fulfill their talent needs and build talent pipelines for Opportunity Youth – young people 16-24 who are motivated and driven and have yet to obtain a college credential.
WeRise: Are you looking for more information about the many ways to support health and wellbeing in your community? Check out this list of Community Organizations working to support healthy communities.
The Feast: Every month, we host dinners bringing incredible humans together to share a meal over meaningful questions and topics.
Zócalo Public Square connects people to ideas and to each other by examining essential questions in an accessible, broad-minded, and democratic spirit.
Sheriff's Youth Foundation: provides food and shelter; teaches and gives guidance in school studies, life skills, sports, computer skills and the arts; creates activities; and counsel and mentor youth.
Facing History and Ourselves: Los Angeles office provides professional development and resources to more than 6,338 area educators; reaching 439,900 students in 1,115 public, religious, and independent schools throughout Southern California.
The Bigger Picture: inspires young people to change the conversation about Type 2 diabetes by exposing the environmental and social conditions that lead to its spread.
The Shanghai Project: has been an experiment, a laboratory for testing the boundaries of existing assumptions, and for considering how ideas might expand beyond the confines of individual silos of knowledge.
FosterMore: highlights the amazing potential of youth in the foster care system and encourages all of us to play a part in ensuring that they receive the support and guidance they need to thrive.
Room to Read: seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.
UCLA Extension Impact Investing: Strategic Growth Using Triple Bottom Line Principles for a Sustainable World.
National Education Association:helps bring vital programs of arts and culture to every corner of this nation.
March for Science: Legislative decisions must be informed by both constituent needs and evidence-based fact.
Pars Equality Center: dedicated to helping all members of the Iranian-American community and other Persian-speaking countries realize their full potential as informed, self-reliant, and responsible members of American society.
Beyond the Bell: Our role and responsibility is to grow, enhance and strengthen our present programs and to reach out to the greater Los Angeles community to build partnerships before and after school.
Empowerment Congress: is a dynamic partnership among neighborhood groups, residents, nonprofit organizations, businesses, religious institutions, and community leaders within the diverse communities of Los Angeles County’s Second Supervisorial District.
Invest Outside is seeking to impact one million lives by raising new funding to increase the capacity of programs that renew, empower, or enrich the lives of Americans
Climate Change Solutions Fund: established by President Drew Gilpin Faust in 2014 supports research and policy initiatives intended to reduce the risks of climate change.
Union Station: The Los Angeles Union Station Forecourt and Esplanade project will enhance pedestrian and bicycle access and safety to and from Los Angeles Union Station and reestablish the connection between the station and surrounding communities.
Next City: is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journalism and events.
The Sustainable City pLAn: is a roadmap for a Los Angeles that is environmentally healthy, economically prosperous, and equitable in opportunity for all – now and over the next 20 years.
Climate Heroes: is a non-profit multimedia project and educational essay for the public, which gathers worldwide stories of men and women, citizens, scientists, media, politicians and entrepreneurs who have started acting to elevate consciousness about, mitigate, or understand Climate Change.
Digital Environment Legislative Handbook: A Curated List of Environmental Laws That Both Protect The Environment and Support Economic and Job Growth.
Charity Water: is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries.
Our LA2040: As we look to the future, our changing population and changing environment are calling for a new roadmap toward an economically prosperous and sustainable Los Angeles.
Live: LA2050: In 2050, Los Angeles will have the nation’s lowest obesity rates and every neighborhood will have access to healthy, affordable food. Every family will be able to afford quality health care and housing. And no families will face environmental health hazards because of where they live or how much money they make.
Citiscope: spurs innovations to help cities work better for all people through the power of independent journalism.
The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy: is an international alliance of cities and local governments with a shared long-term vision of promoting and supporting voluntary action to combat climate change and move to a low emission, resilient society.
Green Wish: is a grassroots, non-profit organization that funds local, green organizations through customers’ small donations at local retailers. Put simply: We’re a charity that helps fund the green projects in your neighborhood!
Calmatters: began 12 years ago, with an eye-opening article in the New Yorker magazine about rising seas and the widespread flooding and dislocation that would bring. As the executive director of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, the region’s coastal management agency, he needed to know more.
American Meteorological Society (AMS): is the nation’s premier scientific and professional organization promoting and disseminating information about the atmospheric, oceanic, hydrologic sciences.
The City Project: The Healthy Living in the Parklands Initiative gets people active and healthy through parks, schools, museums, and health centers.
AAAS: is an international non-profit organization dedicated to dedicating to advancing science for the benefit all people.
Nasa Climate Change: Climate Kids website brings the exciting science of climate change and sustainability to life, providing clear explanations for the big questions in climate science.
Dear Climate: began by looking for a new way to talk about the weather. We wanted a different vocabulary from the one we were hearing from the “survival community”
California Chaparral Institute: Your best source of accurate information about native shrubland communities and California's most extensive ecosystem...
Tree People; Los Angeles Urban Cooling Collaborative: is a multi-disciplinary, national partnership of universities, nonprofit organizations, community groups and government agencies focused on designing data-driven, dynamic, inclusive strategies for cooling urban areas using trees, vegetation and reflective surfaces.
C40 Cities: is a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40 supports cities to collaborate effectively, share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on climate change.
People for Parks Los Angeles: To create access to safe and vibrant play spaces in underserved Los Angeles neighborhoods by (1) unlocking schoolyards on weekends to create Community School Parks (CSP), (2) empowering communities, and (3) advancing innovative local joint-use policies.
The Trust for Public Land - ParkServe: The Trust for Public Land is leading a national campaign to ensure that every person in America has access to a quality park within a 10-minute walk of home. The ParkServe® platform measures and analyzes current access to parks in cities, towns, and communities nationwide.
The Trust for Public Land: From helping raise funds for conservation; to protecting and restoring natural spaces; to collaborating with communities to plan, design, and create parks, playgrounds, gardens, and trails; we work with communities to ensure that development happens for them, and not to them.
Water and Power, A California Heist: A documentary by Marina Zenovich and Alex Gibney, this feature doc uncovers the exploitation of California's water supply.
UCLA,Sustainable LA: Scientific journal says Los Angeles could become independent of imported water if it increases the use of recycled water, cleans up groundwater and steps up conservation measures.
Center for Biological Diversity: A Scientific Journal on the Reproduction and the carbon legacies of individuals.
Stella Artois: Watch what happens in our experiment when people learn they don’t have instant access to water, a fundamental need.
Rise: Rise is a national civil rights nonprofit that help people pen their own civil rights into existence. Rise drafted and passed the Sexual Assault Survivors' Bill of Rights unanimously through Congress, a feat only 21 bills in modern U.S. history have done.
REVOLUTION LA: REVOLUTION LA is a volunteer-led grassroots organization founded in 2014. Our mission is to transform the City of Los Angeles’ political and economic framework through grassroots organizing and progressive legislative advocacy.
CIVICUS: CIVICUS is a global alliance of civil society organisations and activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society throughout the world.
Do Good Bus: Do Good Bus promises altruistic adventurism by bringing people together to help local causes in a fun and social environment. During each mystery event, Do Good Bus strives to create awareness for local causes, create community amongst volunteers and prove the power of working together to make a difference.
Lokal Travel: Lokal is a marketplace for booking local, sustainable adventures around the world. We carefully select each experience on our site to make sure it provides an amazing travel experience and benefits back to the local community.
Center for Community Change Action: The mission of the Center for Community Change Action is to build the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to change their communities and public policies for the better.
#Health4All: The California Endowment’s #Health4All campaign highlights the important contributions of undocumented Californians to our state’s communities and economy, while raising awareness of their lack of access to affordable health care coverage.
Human Rights Foundation (HRF): is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that promotes and protects human rights globally, with a focus on closed societies.
The Fourth Regional Plan: Goal is to make New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan are; healthier and more affordable place to live and work.
City XChange: A foundation dedicated to educating startups on the complexities of urban/civic laws and regulations.
Organizing for Action: Find your team and join ordinary folks who are doing extraordinary things to fight for what's right.
100 Resilient Cities: Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation (100RC) is dedicated to helping cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.
The Dallas Heroes Project: celebrates local heroes, educating citizens on critical issues facing the city, and enables citizens to take social action to make a positive impact in the city of Dallas.
#allofus: pledge to support primary election challengers against any Democrats who won’t do everything in their power to resist Trump.
Center For American Progress: is an independent nonpartisan policy institute that is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans, through bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action.
The Marshall Project: is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization that seeks to create and sustain a sense of national urgency about the U.S. criminal justice system.
Children's Action Network (CAN): uses the power of the entertainment community to increase awareness about children’s issues and to make them a top priority in everyday life.
Imagine LA: is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to mobilizing the community to end the cycle of family homelessness and poverty.
The Voters’ Right to Know: project has a simple goal: make the money that influences our elections and laws transparent to voters.
National Action Civics Collaborative (NACC): to create a world that invites young people to take collective action inside and outside the classroom–transforming their schools, neighborhoods and cities.
CREDO action: organizes for progressive change. We mobilize our 5 million activists to speak out and pressure decision-makers from the local to the national level.
Alta Online: The Journal of Alta California combines William R. Hearst III’s passions for publishing and the arts into a new publication that is a paean to California. Alta is a vibrant print and online magazine that also will hold a series of events bringing together the best thinkers on California and current issues.
Report for America: The initiative deploys outstanding emerging journalists into newsrooms around the country to report on under-covered topics and communities. An initiative of the nonprofit media organization The GroundTruth Project, it is structured to harness the skill and idealism of an emerging group of journalists plus the creative spirit of local news organizations.
market Mogul: A media syndicate dedicated to global affairs, markets, politics, companies, and cryptocurrencies.
Calmatters: is a nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism venture committed to explaining how California’s state Capitol works and why it matters.
Spark Actions: highlights daily the most important issues and why they matter and tells you how to take simple actions with impact.
Capital & Main: is an award-winning online publication that reports from California on the most pressing economic, environmental and social issues of our time.
Resistance Media Collective: brings together media professionals who want to use their expertise in video, photography, graphics, animation, music, social media and more, to amplify the efforts of resistance groups across the country.
Media Matters for America: is a Web-based, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media.
Snopes: web site was founded by David Mikkelson, a project begun in 1994 as an expression of his interest in researching urban legends that has since grown into the oldest and largest fact-checking site on the Internet.
icitizen: The easy and powerful solution for creating meaningful change in your community. Anywhere, anytime.
thechisel.com: works with with experts from nonpartisan organizations and bipartisan coalitions on public policy-making.
ProCon.org:, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit nonpartisan public charity, provides professionally-researched pro, con, and related information on more than 50 controversial issues.
#WTF: Our goal is to aggregate our voices and money around the issues that we want to top our government’s agenda.
Abundant Housing LA: is committed to advocating for more housing. We want lower rents and a more sustainable and prosperous region.
Community Development: is a major national initiative aimed at increasing citizenship among eligible U.S. permanent residents and encouraging cities across the country to invest in citizenship programs.
New California: “New States may be admitted by the Congress into this Union; but no new States shall be formed or erected within the Jurisdiction of any other State.
100 Hours: is a public engagement effort by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) to explore and discuss real solutions for our worst traffic hot spots in the Los Angeles area.
Stand Indivisible: fuel a progressive grassroots network of local groups to resist the Trump Agenda.
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.: Our region’s collaborative effort to define priorities that will lead to creation of well-paying jobs, and help our key industries and workforce navigate the challenging transition to an Information Age economy.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee: the only political committee in the country whose principal mission is to support Democratic House candidates every step of the way to victory.
AEI Program on American Citizenship: is a new initiative focused on the fundamental principles and challenges of American self-government.
National Democratic Redistricting Committee:The most important turning point for the future of the Democratic Party.
United House of Representatives: Ask your representatives what they're doing about gun violence in America., and let them know what you think.
Governors Association (DGA): is an independent voluntary political organization organized to support Democratic governors and candidates across the nation.
Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs: On March 21, Mayor Eric Garcetti will partner with immigration advocates, law enforcement, and faith and community leaders to launch the Cities’ Day of Immigration Action.
Rise Stronger: builds a dynamic, strategic movement of politically engaged communities that demand a responsible and accountable government which serves the interests of the people.
City of Chicago: Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) have designated 2017 the "Year of Public Art"
SPUR: brings people together from across the political spectrum to develop solutions to the big problems our cities face.
NLC State of the Cities: The National League of Cities is a resource and advocate for the nation's cities and their leaders.
Digital transformation Exchange: first in the nation partnership to accelerate adoption of new technologies and digital government platforms.
Unrig The Map: help restore balance and faith in the electoral process through redistricting the map of the U.S.
Shriver media: is a for-benefit media enterprise that produces original digital content, live events, books, documentaries and films.
Women Network: mission is to create the largest global community for women leaders creating a worldwide conduit for connecting community, mentoring, and advocacy.
Emerge California: is the premier training program for Democratic women. They inspire women to run, they hone their skills to win.
Dress for Success: is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Project Include: is an open community working toward providing meaningful diversity and inclusion solutions for tech companies.
The Women's Collective: meets the needs of low income women, girls and families living with/or at risk for HIV/AIDS and other STDs.