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FUSE fellow Karen Doolittle and other speakers unveiled their findings on the lack of services for elderly residents in Long Beach and innovative new approaches to best serve their needs.
FUSE alum Rebecca Foster offers smart, useful strategies on how to use public, private, and philanthropic capital to unlock new funding streams.
With the New Americans Initiative, immigrants can use resources in the Los Angeles public libraries to get through the citizen application process.
CBS News Sacramento affiliate covers two FUSE fellowships in Stockton. Read the Full Article
FUSE Executive Fellow Siobhan Foley is profiled in the winter issue of SSIR, covering her work with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on the Climate Action Plan. Read the Full Article
Meet Parker Thomas, Fremont’s new FUSE Corps Executive Fellow, who will be spending the next 365 days forging the path for Fremont to become a Maker City. Parker will be collaborating with the City, the Fremont Unified School District, students, teachers, and local companies to create a Maker Education program for Fremont’s middle schools. Read the Full Article
FUSE Executive Fellow Niles Friedman is interviewed about setting up an Innovation Office at the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS), home to CalFresh, WIC, and many other public programs, enabling the agency to experiment with technologies like GIS and location intelligence and encourage collaboration across the entire organization to reach those in need. Read the Full Article
FUSE Fellow Barry Wilkins will be focused on reaching out to stakeholders and especially to employers to understand their challenges and get their buy-in for participation in the workforce development strategy.
The New Orleans Police Department interviews FUSE Executive Fellow E. Aminata Brown about the importance of her work for the community.
The City and County of San Francisco has been chosen as the recipient of the 2017 FUSE Civic Innovation Award.