Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Fresno Reentry Clinic

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RSVP HERE for the Fresno Reentry Clinic!

On November 10, 2018 from 10am to 3pm, meet 1-on-1 with a lawyer to learn about your legal rights with an arrest or conviction record! At the clinic, we will be providing record-cleaning services and legal information about navigating barriers because of your record related to employment, housing, public benefits, family & children, immigration, parole & probation, and more! This event is hosted in partnership with One Justice, the Fresno County Public Defender’s Office and Central California Legal Services.

When:

November 10th, 2018 from 10AM-3PM

Where:

Central California Legal Services

2115 Kern St #1

Fresno, CA

At this clinic, our lawyers can answer questions like:

  • “Can I expunge my record?”

  • “Can I change how much child support I owe?”

  • “Can I get my felony changed to a misdemeanor?”

  • “Can I challenge parole conditions?”

  • “Can I get a barber’s license?”

  • “What can an employer ask me about my record?’

  • “Can I get visitation rights with my children?”

  • “Can a landlord run a background check on me?”

RSVP Online HERE or call Root & Rebound at (510) 279-4662 to book an appointment. Walk-ins will be accommodated if possible.

What to bring: If possible, please bring a government issued photo ID. Attendees must have a “RAP SHEET” for complete record-cleaning services. For information about what a RAP sheet is and how to obtain one please click HERE.

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Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

Fair Chance Hiring Training


Fair Chance Hiring Training


WHAT: Training on the best practices and new laws related to Fair Chance Hiring of people with criminal records in CA. 
WHEN: Friday, November 9th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
WHERE: Fresno City College, 1101 E University Ave, Fresno, CA 93741 at the OAB-251 - Skylight Room 
RSVP HERE
Questions? Email Cassandra Little at clittle@rootandrebound.org

At this training you will: -Learn the benefits of hiring people with a criminal record.-Ensure compliance with the fair chance act of 2018.-Learn how to join the Fresno Blue Ribbon Commission on Fair Chance Hiring
Target Audience: We invite anyone looking to learn about CA's Fair Chance Act and best practices for hiring people with records to attend. We especially encourage employers, HR and workforce development professionals; corporate counsel; as will as community service providers and attorneys supporting clients with conviction records to attend. 

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Nov
7
3:00 PM15:00

Oakland: Bay Area Open Office Hours (Legal Support)

R&R Open Office Hours Launch!

On Wednesday, September 5th, Root & Rebound will be hosting our first open office hours at our downtown Oakland office for people with arrest and conviction records. Between 3 p.m. - 6 p.m., you can stop by and meet with a member of R&R's legal staff one-on-one, and ask us reentry-related legal questions or other questions about how your record may impact your life and your rights.
 

Examples of questions we can help provide legal advice on include: parole and probation restrictions; visiting and reunifying with family members; cleaning up your record; learning about your employment and housing rights; occupational license issues; reinstating a Driver's License; getting basic forms of ID; immigration rights; and voting rights. Drop in and see how R&R's team can help you navigate barriers because of a record.

 

Location: 1730 Franklin Street, Suite 300, Oakland CA 94612

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Nov
7
3:00 PM15:00

Oakland - Access to Justice Day

RSVP Here for Oakland Access to Justice Days!

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, from 3-6 pm, R&R will host our 2nd ACCESS TO JUSTICE DAY at our downtown Oakland office for people with arrest and conviction records to meet one-on-one with a member of our legal team. This event is FREE.

You can ask us reentry-related legal questions or other questions about how your record impacts your life & rights. We will also be providing free know-your-rights resources including R&R’s Reentry Planning Toolkit and "My Education, My Freedom" Toolkit for those interested.

Examples of questions we can help provide legal advice on include:
 parole and probation restrictions; visiting and reunifying with family members; cleaning up your record; learning about your employment and housing rights; occupational license issues; reinstating a Driver's License; getting basic forms of ID; immigration rights; and voting rights.

SUMMARY

  • WHEN: Wednesday, November 7th from 3-6 pm

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IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT, THERE ARE OTHER WAYS TO CONTACT OUR LEGAL TEAM! 
On Fridays, Root & Rebound runs a Reentry Legal Hotline (at phone # 510-279-4662) for anyone in California to ask our legal team questions about the impact of a criminal record across all areas of lifefamily law, employment, housing, obtaining ID and drivers licenses, court debt, public benefits, education, tribal law, immigration & more. We are also working to increase the number of in-person legal clinics we offer in regions where we have attorneys on the ground (Los Angeles/Sylmar, Fresno & the Bay Area), and mobile legal clinics in rural & tribal communities.

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Oct
17
1:00 PM13:00

STOCKTON, CA: Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

WHAT: Fathers & Families of San Joaquin in partnership with OneJustice, the office of the San Joaquin County Public Defender, and Root & Rebound are hosting a FREE legal clinic for people with records this Wednesday, October 17th, from 1:00pm to 5:00 pm at Fathers & Families' of San Joaquin’s office.

WHERE: 338 E. Market Street, Stockton, CA 95202

WHEN: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

RSVP: Email Jess at jtemple@one-justice.org.

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Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Hoopa Legal Clinic for People with Records

Root & Rebound's legal team, will be providing holistic services including:

· record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

· assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

· assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

· assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

· assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

· legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

 

Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

 

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662

or emailing info@rootandrebound.org.

Walk-ins welcome.

 

Open to ANYONE WITH A CRIMINAL RECORD and their households- tribal membership not required.

Some snacks and beverages available.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services*

 

*Don't have your RAP Sheet? LiveScan services may be provided on site - or call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for your situation.

 

For more information call Karen Kyle at (530) 625-4816 Ext. 106

 

Root & Rebound’s mission is to increase access to justice and opportunity for people in reentry from prison and jail, and to educate and empower those who support them, fundamentally advancing and strengthening the reentry infrastructure across the state of California.

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Sep
27
10:00 AM10:00

Yurok Legal Clinic for People with Records

You’re invite to a free legal clinic for people with records.

Root & Rebound’s legal team will be offering legal support to navigate barriers because of an arrest or conviction record, including:

  • record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

  • assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

  • assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

  • assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

  • assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

  • legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

  • Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662 or emailing info@rootandrebound.org. Walk-ins also welcome.

This event is free and open to anyone with a record, including all tribal members, tribal family members, tribal-adjacent residents, and impacted members of the community.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services. Don't have your RAP Sheet? You can still attend. Call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for your situation.

This clinic is supported by the Yurok Tribal Court:
For more information call Laura White Woods at
(707) 482-1350.

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Sep
26
10:00 AM10:00

Yuki Legal Clinic for People with Records

  • 2300 Henderson Road Covelo, CA 95428 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

You’re invited to a free legal clinic for people with records.

Root & Rebound’s legal team will be offering legal support to navigate barriers because of an arrest or conviction record, including:

  • record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

  • assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

  • assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

  • assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

  • assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

  • legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

  • Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662 or emailing info@rootandrebound.org. Walk-ins also welcome.

This event is free and open to anyone with a record, including all tribal members, tribal family members, tribal-adjacent residents, and impacted members of the community.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services. Don't have your RAP Sheet? You can still attend. Call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for your situation.

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Sep
25
12:00 PM12:00

Sonoma Indian Health Center: Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

  • Sonoma Indian Health Center Clinic (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

You’re invited to a free legal clinic for people with records.

Root & Rebound’s legal team will be offering legal support to navigate barriers because of an arrest or conviction record, including:

  • record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

  • assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

  • assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

  • assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

  • assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

  • legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

  • Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662 or emailing info@rootandrebound.org. Walk-ins also welcome.

This event is free and open to anyone with a record, including all tribal members, tribal family members, tribal-adjacent residents, and impacted members of the community.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services. Don't have your RAP Sheet? You can still attend. Call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for your situation.

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Sep
25
11:00 AM11:00

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS)- Get Out The Vote RALLY

Root & Rebound will be tabling at the BOSS Get Out the Vote Rally! To get more information about the event click HERE.

If you have a question about your voting rights with a record or being on supervision, please contact us online HERE or call our Reentry Legal Hotline at (510) 279-4662 which operates every Friday from 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

4th Annual Root & Rebound Gala

We hope you will join on us on September 20th for a celebration of Root & Rebound's five years of action to increase access to justice-with a focus on our work on behalf of women. The event will feature an auction with more than 50 incredible items, live music, local food & drink, and an inspiring panel of women impacted by the system from across the state, representing Black, Latina, and Tribal communities. It will be a night to remember, to honor the resilience of women who are today working to advance justice.

To buy tickets click HERE.

About Our Featured Speakers

CASSANDRA LITTLE, Ph.D. is a formerly incarcerated woman who is passionate about empowering and encouraging incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women to operate beyond resiliency and believe that all things are possible.

ANA PANO is a social worker based in Fresno, Ca committed to helping currently and formerly incarcerated woman and mothers. She has a passion for community engagement and healing through music, dance, and poetry.

CARMEN GARCIA is a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend and a formerly incarcerated woman. Carmen believes that people should not be defined or judged by their worst mistake for the rest of their lives. She feels that the responsibility to lift each other up when we fall belongs to all of us. "Each One Teach One"

ABBY ABINANTI, Yurok Chief Judge is an enrolled Yurok Tribal member, she holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of New Mexico School of Law, and was the first California tribal woman to be admitted to the State Bar of California. She was a State Judicial Officer (Commissioner) for the San Francisco Superior Court for over 17 years assigned to the Unified Family Court (Family/Dependency/Delinquency). She retired from the Superior Court in September 2011 and on July 31, 2014 was reappointed as a part-time Commissioner for San Francisco assigned to Dependency, and Duty Judge for that Court where she served until 2015. She has been a Yurok Tribal Court Judge since 1997 and was appointed Chief Tribal Court Judge in 2007, a position she held in conjunction with her Superior Court assignment until 2015.

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Sep
5
3:00 PM15:00

Oakland: ACCESS TO JUSTICE DAY Launch!

RSVP Here for Oakland Access to Justice Days!

R&R is launching ACCESS TO JUSTICE DAYS at our downtown Oakland office for people with arrest and conviction records to meet one-on-one with a member of our legal team. This event is FREE.

From 3-6 pm, stop by the R&R office to ask our legal team members any reentry-related legal questions or questions about how your record impacts your life and rights. We will also be providing free know-your-rights resources including R&R’s Reentry Planning Toolkit and "My Education, My Freedom" Toolkit.

Examples of questions we can help provide legal advice on include:
 parole and probation restrictions; visiting and reunifying with family members; cleaning up your record; learning about your employment and housing rights; occupational license issues; reinstating a Driver's License; getting basic forms of ID; immigration rights; and voting rights.

SUMMARY

  • WHEN: Wednesday, September 5th from 3-6 pm

****
IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT, THERE ARE OTHER WAYS TO CONTACT OUR LEGAL TEAM! 
On Fridays, Root & Rebound runs a Reentry Legal Hotline (at phone # 510-279-4662) for anyone in California to ask our legal team questions about the impact of a criminal record across all areas of lifefamily law, employment, housing, obtaining ID and drivers licenses, court debt, public benefits, education, tribal law, immigration & more. We are also working to increase the number of in-person legal clinics we offer in regions where we have attorneys on the ground (Los Angeles/Sylmar, Fresno & the Bay Area), and mobile legal clinics in rural & tribal communities.

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Jul
10
10:00 AM10:00

Sylmar: Reentry Legal Clinic

  • Los Angeles Mission College Campus Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

RSVP for FREE one-on-one appointments with our reentry attorneys to get any legal questions about the impact of a criminal record on your rights (e.g., employment, housing, custody/visitation, child support, parole and probation) answered! We will also have a mobile Live Scan provider onsite!

RSVP Links are at the bottom, depending on which clinics you hope to attend.

At this clinic, our lawyers are available to answer any questions related to your rights with a record, for example:

  • “Can I expunge my record?” 

  • “Can I get a barber’s license?”

  • “Can I change how much child support I owe?”

  • “What can an employer ask me about my record?” 

  • “Can I get my felony changed to a misdemeanor?”

  • “Can I get visitation rights with my children?”

  • “Can I challenge parole conditions?”

  • “Can a landlord run a background check on me?”

If possible, please bring with you the following:

  • Photo ID

  • Any paperwork related to your questions

  • A copy of your conviction record (e.g. a DOJ or county RAP sheet).

Please RSVP for the clinic in advance. You can register by following these links:

LiveScan services will be available at both clinics for people looking to get a copy of their California record/RAP sheet.

QUESTIONS? If you need help deciding if this clinic is right for you, please call us at
510-279-4662 or email Nicole Jeong at
njeong@rootandrebound.org.

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Jul
9
6:00 PM18:00

Los Angeles: Reentry Legal Clinic

RSVP for FREE one-on-one appointments with our reentry attorneys to get any legal questions about the impact of a criminal record on your rights (e.g., employment, housing, custody/visitation, child support, parole and probation) answered! We will also have a mobile Live Scan provider onsite!

RSVP Links are at the bottom, depending on which clinics you hope to attend.

At this clinic, our lawyers are available to answer any questions related to your rights with a record, for example:

  • “Can I expunge my record?” 

  • “Can I get a barber’s license?”

  • “Can I change how much child support I owe?”

  • “What can an employer ask me about my record?” 

  • “Can I get my felony changed to a misdemeanor?”

  • “Can I get visitation rights with my children?”

  • “Can I challenge parole conditions?”

  • “Can a landlord run a background check on me?”

If possible, please bring with you the following:

  • Photo ID

  • Any paperwork related to your questions

  • A copy of your conviction record (e.g. a DOJ or county RAP sheet).

Please RSVP for the clinic in advance. You can register by following these links:

LiveScan services will be available at both clinics for people looking to get a copy of their California record/RAP sheet.

QUESTIONS? If you need help deciding if this clinic is right for you, please call us at
510-279-4662 or email Nicole Jeong at
njeong@rootandrebound.org.

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Jun
14
10:00 AM10:00

Yreka Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

Root & Rebound's legal team will be providing holistic services including:

record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

• assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

• assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

• assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

• assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

• legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

 

Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662

or emailing info@rootandrebound.org.

Walk-ins welcome.

Open to everyone.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services.*

*Don't have your RAP Sheet? LiveScan services may be provided on site - or

call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for

your situation.

 

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Jun
13
10:00 AM10:00

Smith River Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

Root & Rebound's legal team will be providing holistic services including:

record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

• assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

• assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

• assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

• assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

• legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

 

Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662

or emailing info@rootandrebound.org.

Walk-ins welcome.

Open to everyone.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services.*

*Don't have your RAP Sheet? LiveScan services may be provided on site - or

call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for

your situation.

 

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Jun
12
10:00 AM10:00

Hoopa Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

Root & Rebound's legal team will be providing holistic services including:

record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

• assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

• assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

• assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

• assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

• legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

 

Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662

or emailing info@rootandrebound.org.

Walk-ins welcome.

Open to everyone.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services.*

*Don't have your RAP Sheet? LiveScan services may be provided on site - or

call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for

your situation.

 

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Jun
11
10:00 AM10:00

Eureka Free Legal Clinic for People with Records

  • 3400 Erie Street Eureka, CA, 95501 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Root & Rebound's legal team will be providing holistic services including:

record-cleaning services (such as Prop 47 and expungements)

• assistance with employment issues due to criminal record

• assistance with exempting convictions for child custody, visitation, and placement issues

• assistance with managing child support and other court-ordered debt options

• assistance with legal identification issues such as suspended driver's licenses

• legal information about any barriers due to prior criminal record

 

Take-home resource materials will be available at clinic.

Book an appointment by calling (510) 279-4662

or emailing info@rootandrebound.org.

Walk-ins welcome.

Open to everyone.

Attendees must have RAP sheet for complete services.*

*Don't have your RAP Sheet? LiveScan services may be provided on site - or

call (510) 279-4662 for information on the quickest way to obtain your record for

your situation.

 

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May
18
9:00 AM09:00

4th Annual Formerly Incarcerated Reentry Ministry Leadership Summit & Expo

The Power of Civic Engagement: Returning Citizens Living in Promise, Purpose and Possibilities!

Keynote Speakers

Bishop Noel Jones, Sr. Pastor, City of Refuge Church - Los Angeles; California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla; California Assemblywoman Dr. Shirley Weber; California Board of Equalization Member, Jerome Horton; Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk, Dean Logan; Television Personality and Chef to the Stars and Formerly Incarcerated Individual, Chef "Jeff" Henderson- Founder, Felon University.

Panel Discussions

  • A California Governmental Appointment Session - Facilitated by Senate Pro Tem Staff on Governmental Appointments. Learn How to Gain State, Local, Federal, and Governor Appointment Opportunities to Various Powerful Boards, Commissions, and Executive Positions." 
  • California Occupational License Policy Reform Coalition's AB 2138 and AB 3039 - Facilitated by Root & Rebound whose mission is to increase access to justice and oportunity for people in reentry from prison and jail, and to educate and empower those who support them, fundamentally advancing and strenghtening the reentry infrastructure across the state of California.
  • Faith Leaders Power of Engaging Policy Makers - Anchor of Hope Pastoral Advisory Board and Communmity Leaders.
  • City of Los Angeles "Fair Chance" Ordinance - Faciliated by Office of Wage Standards - Bureau of Contract Administraiton - Department of Public Works. 
  • Voting Restoration and Democracy Act - Facilitated by The Red. The White. The Blue Coaltion - Initiate Justice "Restore Voter Rights for California State Prison Inmates."
  • Building Leadership "The Power of Reasoning Together" Faciliated by Returning Citizens 
  • Los Angeles Deparment of Health Office of Diverson and Reentry - "Reducing Recidivism, and Improving the Health Outcomes of Justice Involved Populations - Invited
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May
16
9:00 AM09:00

3rd Fair Chance Employer Summit with Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County

Hosted by Contra Costa Workforce Development Board & Office of Reentry & Justice

The training is intended for employers,  HR professionals, corporate counsel, workforce development professionals, and others in the business community. 

 

Know the law, strengthen your hiring process and learn to minimize risk and maximize value by becoming a Fair Chance Employer!

Plus, learn how to take advantage of government incentives such as tax credits, fidelity bonding, and wage reimbursements. 

 

The Summit will include:

  • Employers/trainers who have hired/trained formerly incarcerated workers
  • Success stories of Fair Chance employers and workers
  • Training by Root & Rebound on CA Fair Chance Employer Toolkit

For free registration, click here.

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Apr
21
11:00 AM11:00

FITE Film & Panel at Cal Day

Root & Rebound will be joining the creators and students of the film, From Incarceration to Education, to discuss the barriers and struggles of facing formerly incarcerated individuals who are looking to go back to school.

Our Deputy Director, Sonja Tonnesen, will be joining a panel to elaborate on the legal barriers an aspiring student may have to tackle due to their arrest or conviction histories, as well as the ways to mitigate the adverse effects. We will also be giving more information on our new "My Education, My Freedom" Toolkit for Formerly Incarcerated & System-Impacted Students Pursuing Education in California!

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The Opportunity Summit
Apr
20
9:30 AM09:30

The Opportunity Summit

The Opportunity Summit
Collaborating to Build A Region That Works for All
April 20, 2018

A Strong Start for Every Child.
Affordable Housing for Every Individual.
Quality Employment for All Workers. 


What will it take to scale up solutions to equitably meet these critical needs for the most vulnerable in the Bay Area? How do we align across sectors and geographies to solve these issues? What is working in urban, suburban and rural communities? What’s needed? What’s next?

Hear from local, state and national experts who are creating collaborative and innovative solutions. Connect with colleagues from across the region.
Plug in to new opportunities to learn more and take action. 

Register here today!

Topics include: 

  • The Current Landscape of Housing, Employment and Education Issues in the Bay Area

  • Innovative Government and Community Collaborations to Ensure Equity 

  • How Workforce Development Systems are Shifting to Serve our Most Vulnerable Populations

  • Bright Spots in Employment for Individuals Facing Systemic Barriers

  • Building Political Will to Fund Quality Affordable Early Childhood Education

  • Local innovations in funding Early Childhood Education

  • Uniting the Housing Movement: What Will it Take to Align Housing Advocacy and Scale Solutions?

  • Local Bright Spots in Addressing the Housing Crisis

Speakers include: 

  • Richard Bronson, 70 Million Jobs Initiative 
  • Californians for Safety and Justice 
  • Oscar Chavez, Sonoma County Human Services Department/Upstream Investments
  • Amie Fishman, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California 
  • Donald Frazier, Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency 
  • Mark Friedman, Thomas J. Long Foundation 
  • Pedro Galvao, Non Profit Housing Association of Northern California 
  • Angie Garling, Alameda County Early Childhood Education Program 
  • Lynsey Gaudioso, Public Advocates 
  • Robert Gill, Checkr 
  • John Gioia, Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors 
  • Chris Hoene, California Budget & Policy Center 
  • Carla Javits, REDF 
  • Melissa Jones, Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative 
  • Emily Juneau, Root and Rebound 
  • Moira Kenney, First 5 California 
  • Dwayne S. Marsh, Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) 
  • Jim Mayer, California Forward 
  • Dave Metz, FM3 Research 
  • Eric McDonnell, Galt Foundation 
  • Mariana Moore, Ensuring Opportunity Campaign to End Poverty Contra Costa County
  • Anne Price, Insight Center for Community Economic Development 
  • Matt Regan, Bay Area Council Economic Institute 
  • Erika Rincón, PolicyLink 
  • D’Jon P. Scott-Miller, Marin Housing Authority 
  • Brian Solomon, USDA Food & Nutrition Service 
  • Deborah Thrope, National Housing Law Project 
  • Matthew Tinsley, Santa Clara County Office of Education Strong Start Project
  • Tamisha Walker, Richmond Safe Return Project 
  • Pete Weldy, Silicon Valley Community Foundation Early Learning Center
  • Caroline Whistler, Third Sector Partners 
  • Tennis Wick, Sonoma County Permit and Resource Management
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