Innovating to End Urban Poverty Conference

March 28, 2014

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 6: Rapporteur

Sheldon Danziger, President, Russell Sage Foundation
Raphael Bostic, Professor & Director, USC Bedrosian Center on Governance

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 7: Foundation Panel

Robert Greenstein, President, The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Terri Ludwig, President & CEO, Enterprise Community Partners
Patrick McCarthy, President & CEO, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Raphael Bostic, Professor & Director, USC Bedrosian Center on Governance

 

March 27, 2014

Innovating to End Urban Poverty: Welcome and Overview

Raphael Bostic, Professor & Director, USC Bedrosian Center on Governance
Jack Knott, Dean, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Elizabeth Garrett, USC Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Matt Gainer, Director, USC Digital Library
Richard Parks, Executive Director, USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 1: Income I – Human capital

Harry Holzer, Professor of Public Policy, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown
University
Heather Schwartz, Policy Researcher, RAND
Roy Nash, President and CEO, NeighborWorks Waco
Carla Javits, President and CEO, REDF
Estela Bensimon, Professor, Co-Director, Center for Urban Education, USC Rossier School of Education

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 2: Income II – Other supports

Ed Olsen, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, Department of Economics, University of Virginia
Barbara Wolfe, Professor of Public Affairs, Economics, and Population Health Studies, Department of Economics, University of Madison-Wisconsin
Ronald Sims, Former King County, WA Executive
Francine Kaufman, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Pediatrics, USC Pediatrics and Communications, Global Medical, Clinical & Health Affairs
Ali Solis, Senior Vice President and Public Policy and Corporate Affairs Executive, Enterprise Community Partners

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 3: Household order and structure

LaDonna Pavetti, Vice President, The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Manuel Pastor, Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, Department of Sociology, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences
Martin Friedman, Director: Re-Entry and Family Services, YWCA Seattle – King County – Snohomish County
Zachary Hoover, Minister, LA Voice/PICO
Erika Poethig, Director of Urban Policy Initiatives and Institute Fellow, Urban Institute

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 4: What role people

Cynthia Miller, Senior Associate, Low-Wage Workers and Communities Policy Area, MDRC
Greg Duncan, Professor, School of Education, University of California, Irvine
Daphna Oyserman, Professor of Psychology, USC
Kabira Stokes, Job Creator and CEO, Isidore Electronics Recycling
Sheryl Whitney, Partner, Whitney Jennings

Innovating to End Urban Poverty Panel 5: What role place

Margery Turner, Vice President for Research, The Urban Institute
Alan Berube, Senior Fellow, Deputy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings
Angela Blanchard, President and CEO, Neighborhood Centers, Inc.
Philip Tegeler, President, PRRAC
LaVonna Lewis, Professor, Diversity in Healthcare Leadership Initiative, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy