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EPA Today

Working with Local Governments

East Palo Alto FUSE fellow Jerry Chang sat down with Henrietta Burroughs, EPA Today founder, to talk about his fellowship project and the mission of FUSE. Read the Full Article

Super Cities Podcast

Super Cities with Patrice Berry and Jason Weiner (FUSE CORPS)

This episode of the Super Cities podcast takes a deep dive with FUSE fellow Patrice Berry and fellow alum Jason Weiner on Oakland's cradle-to-career approach, college affordability at the Stockton Scholar's initiative, and community-based leadership. Read the Full Article

Long Beach Business Journal

Growing Long Beach: Workshop Series Teaches Locals How To Build Their Businesses

Long Beach FUSE fellow Daniel Han is interviewed about leading a workshop to help small businesses, particularly minority-owned, find access to capital. Read the Full Article

Law 360

Changing The Conversation On Bail Reform

Working on pretrial reform in St. Louis, FUSE fellow Wilford Pinkney discusses the need for a holistic approach to the criminal justice process. Read the Full Article

Super Cities Podcast

Super Cities with James Weinberg (FUSE CORPS)

This episode of the Super Cities podcast takes a deep dive with James Weinberg, CEO of FUSE Corps, to discuss reform and innovation in cities, FUSE's model of service, and inclusion and equity. Read the Full Article

National League of Cities

Leadership in 2019: Why Cities Need to Rethink Digital Services

"It benefits government to bring policy subject matter experts from the private sector to the table when crafting new policy. This matches experts with issues and solves problems quickly. Private-public partnerships like Fuse Corps, a national nonprofit that partners technologists with local governments on urban challenges, is a great example of this kind of collaboration." Read the Full Article


San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, City Council members announce new fund to connect 50,000 households to internet

The city of San Jose and FUSE alum Dolan Beckel are helping to bridge the digital divide by providing 50,000 San Jose households with high-speed internet connections. Read the Full Article

GV Wire

This is How Fresno Unified Can Vault to the Top

Fresno's future depends on Fresno Unified School District. Its 74,000 students are the biggest part of our future workforce and with the support of major change agents like FUSE alum Wendy McCulley, are able to help students achieve success. Read the Full Article

The New Localism

Mayors for President

"Most communities, particularly small ones, simply do not have sufficient numbers of individuals in public, private and civic positions with the knowledge and expertise to get deals done. ... We now need new federalist partnerships to bring promising intermediaries like FUSE Corps to full scale so that they can service thousands of communities that need the help." Read the Full Article

The St. Louis American

St. Louis Shows Promise for Bail Reform

“Research has shown that bonds don’t stop [crimes] from happening, and we need to move away from that thinking. If you set high bonds and they lose their jobs and they lose their families, then you are creating conditions by which they will re-offend,” said FUSE fellow Wilford Pinkney, who is helping the city of St. Louis tackle bail reform Read the Full Article


City of Oakland Welcomes Three FUSE Fellows

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is bringing in three FUSE executive fellows, Patrice Berry, Timothy Guess and Marsha Murrington, to work on college affordability, inclusive economic development, and streamlining the permitting process in the city.


Mayor Krewson Recruits FUSE Fellows to Advance Criminal Justice Reform

Two new executive fellows, Debbie Allen and Wilford Pinkney, have joined Mayor Lyda Krewson’s administration to work on initiatives aimed at advancing criminal justice reform in the City of St. Louis.

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