This virtual coffee discussion explores how rural communities can leverage existing strengths to realize big change, with special guest Deb Halliday (Halliday and Associates). Deb shares lessons learned from Graduation Matters Montana, an effort that resulted in historically high graduation rates through a network of 58 rural “nested collective impact” initiatives.
This virtual coffee was held on March 22, 2017.
Resources referenced in this episode:
100 Cups of Coffee (Blog Post)
About the Collective Impact Virtual Coffee Chats: The CI Virtual Coffee talks are free online webinar chats where we talk with collective impact practitioners from around the field to hear about their work and see what they're learning. Each Virtual Coffee chat will include Q&A time where attendees can ask their questions and find answers.
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