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What is Faces of New Profit? It’s a spotlight on members of the New Profit community, why they do what they do, and who they are. This week, we talk to Nicole Truhe...
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The following post was authored by Nicole Truhe, Government Affairs Director at America Forward.
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The following post was written by Juanita Tolliver, Manager at America Forward.
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Thanks to the persistence of social innovators across the country, every day we see strategies that are working and delivering results in a rapidly changing world. This ongoing blog series will highlight the voices of our Coalition of more than 70 social innovators and their solutions to our country’s most pressing social problems, as well as examples of how this powerful work can be transformed into national change. Today we will hear from Nicole Truhe, America Forward’s Director of Government Affairs, about the Pay for Success movement we’ve seen at the federal and state levels, and why the next President should embrace this movement.
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The following post was written by Nicole Truhe, Government Affairs Director, America Forward
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The following post was written by Nicole Truhe, America Forward’s Director of Government Affairs.
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