In January 2019, the Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance produced a series of reports on Mixed-Income Communities and the Social Determinants of Health with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Salin Geevarghese is the Founding Director of the Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance, a collaboration of the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities at CWRU, Urban Strategies, Inc., and the Center for the Study of Social Policy.
Salin Geevarghese shares a compelling story that will stir your heart and sense of empathy, remind you of leadership character and the struggle of others, and inspire you to persist and be courageous.
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About Salin Geevarghese
Salin Geevarghese is the President & CEO of SGG Insight, LLC, a consulting firm offering comprehensive services to public, private, nonprofit and philanthropic sector leaders and organizations. He also serves as Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) as well as the founding Director of the Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance and its Innovation and Action Network. The Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance is a collaboration of CSSP, the National Initiative on Mixed Income Communities at Case Western Reserve University and Urban Strategies, Inc.
From April 2014 to January 2017, Geevarghese served in a senior appointed leadership post as HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of International and Philanthropic Innovation (within the Office of Policy Development and Research) during the Administration of President Barack Obama.
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We Belong Here
by Salin Geevarghese
Salin speaks to the assault on our sense of belonging through the stories of immigrants and of Ahmaud Arbery.
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Photo Credit: Salin Geevarghese with Rich Sciortino and David Edwards at 2017 Purpose Built Communities Conference