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Accelerator For America
Nonprofit providing strategic support to initiatives that connect people to fulfilling work & spark infrastructure development. info@acceleratorforamerica.org
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PublicTransportation Jun 26
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PublicTransportation Jul 10
Getting on board boosts the economy by creating jobs. Did you know that more than 430,000 people are employed by and supports millions of private sector jobs? Advocate for local jobs by becoming a
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Accelerator For America Jul 12
Excited to see how is working to ensure her city's truly create opportunity through the new OZ Marketplace & Community Corps. Check it out:
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Laborers Local 955 Jul 10
Infrastructure impacts EVERYONE.
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Accelerator For America Jul 11
Our work is focused on embracing and amplifying this reality to create middle class careers and revitalize communities all over America. Local leadership can and will lead the nation on infrastructure.
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Accelerator For America Jul 11
A terrific initiative coming out of the Summit at which we presented:
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Opportunity Alabama Jul 10
Incredible tools demonstrated by , , , , and others along with thought leadership from , , , , , , , , and many more!
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Accelerator For America Jul 10
Great meeting with , & a tremendous delegation from to discuss our work. And ’s Yusef Robb wore his boots from Austin's !
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Accelerator For America Jul 10
“Local knowledge matters; nobody knows the neighborhood better than the people who live in it. To not have them at the table is foolhardy” Josh Carpenter, Director of Innovation and Economic Opportunity
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Accelerator For America Jul 10
is a core focus of our work at because of its tremendous ROI in terms of careers and quality of life. We need our leaders to focus on it too:
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Mastercard Center Jul 8
To build a digital economy that works for everyone, should focus on people AND places. We’re committed to using the power of data & insights to help. Learn more:
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Accelerator For America Jul 8
This is exactly why is helping cities nationwide (35 and counting!) -- to make sure indeed create opportunity for local communities, not just out of town investors.
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Accelerator For America Jul 8
Excited to participate in ‘s Inaugural OPAL Impact Tracking Summit tomorrow with . and are committed to bringing cities data-driven insights to create opportunity for local communities.
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Accelerator For America Jul 8
"If you want to actually finance large scale infrastructure, you need to know what the government owns, the value of what it owns, and have a disposition strategy so the public can benefit from it" Full article:
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rickjacobs Jul 6
Time to rebuild America! Opinion: Infrastructure is the key to 2020 presidential election via
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Bruce Katz Jul 8
My February podcast ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ focused on his experience in South Bend and how federal policy can support older industrial cities, a topic still largely absent in this presidential campaign ⁦
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Pennsylvania's Flagship Opportunity Zone Jul 8
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Mastercard Center Jul 5
More creative interventions by businesses & governments will be needed to ensure that women are equipped for the jobs & opportunities of the future. New report. Learn more:
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Accelerator For America Jul 5
Check out this segment from with partner , Herb Hardwick and about the importance of cities leveraging to attract the right kind of investments to benefit their communities. Case Study: .
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Bruce Katz Jul 5
I am struck by the “thickness” of city ecosystems to drive innovative tech firms (research, start-ups, scale-ups, incubators, accelerators, co-working hubs, capital funds) and the “thinness” of ecosystems to grow minority-owned local businesses; BIG takeaway of
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