Over 49 communities are working together through the StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network to define quality collective impact. Join this online panel discussion to learn about the proven, rigorous approach these communities are using to build civic infrastructure and hear stories about how cross-sector partnerships on the ground are implementing innovative approaches to support the unique needs of every child.

This webinar, held on Oct. 8, 2014, further explored the themes discussed in the article, Defining Quality Collective Impact.

Panelists

  • Jeff Edmondson, Managing Director, StriveTogether
  • Ben Hecht, President and CEO, Living Cities
  • Dan Ryan, CEO, All Hands Raised
  • Jim Shelton, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
  • Todd Williams, founding Chairman and Executive Director, The Commit! Partnership

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3 Comments

Rebecca Olsen

backbone organization

We paid for the webinar but not all people in our group were able to attend.  Do you repeat the webinars?  Or, is there a way to access it without paying again?  Thank you!

Submitted by Rebecca Olsen on Wed, 2014-10-08 14:56

Tracy Timmons-Gray

administrator, backbone organization, community manager, funder of initiatives, partner organization, other, technical assistance provider / consultant, content administrator, blogger, funder community of practice

Yes. If you have registered, you will be able to access the webinar later (and can share it with your colleagues who also couldn't make it.) The webinar will be available for viewing in a couple days, and we will update this page with the info once it's ready. Thank you for participating!

Submitted by Tracy Timmons-Gray on Wed, 2014-10-08 14:58

Tracy Timmons-Gray

administrator, backbone organization, community manager, funder of initiatives, partner organization, other, technical assistance provider / consultant, content administrator, blogger, funder community of practice

Hi, Rebecca! Just a note to add that the recordings are now up and you can access them by visiting mylibrary.krm.com, and then enter the e-mail address you registered with, and select “Send my event ID and order number to my e-mail”.

Submitted by Tracy Timmons-Gray on Fri, 2014-10-10 19:50