What We Do
We FOCUS on engaging people and changing narratives.
“Because change is not a product or an episode, real transformation needs to be a service to the people struggling with the problem and those trying to help them solve it. We are that service”
Going deep inside the problem space to extract likely levers of change; we “listen” closely to the problem.
Using what we hear to advise and coach leaders and their teams to help them focus and stay inside their vision for change.
What We Write About
Our Voices — In The Public Way…
Host Homes Are a Necessary Resource for Struggling New York Families
Originally posted on The Imprint on 5/2/2022 As a former child welfare director, I am troubled by the lawsuit filed against the New York Office...
The Race Equity Crisis Facing Child Welfare Leaders
Originally posted on The Imprint on 9/27/2021 Racial disproportionality is well documented in the child welfare space. We know the problem...
We Need a New Business Model in Child Welfare
We have built a faulty system – one that defaults to “policing” families, when what is needed is a system that restores families.
THE 6TH CIRCUIT COURT AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO A FOUNDATIONAL LEVEL OF LITERACY
Early Math as Public Art: MathTalk PBC
Left: Da Vinci; Middle: Escher; Right: Fuller Some artists have needed to use mathematical thinking to carry out their artistic vision,...
Ripped From Their Mothers’ Arms
Well, as it happens, separating children from their families is not a new experience for many in America.
“Father’s Day” helps us see how one or more emotionally seismic events can drastically disrupt our mental stability. “
“We The People” goes to Washington demanding #MathLiteracyForAll #EducationAsACivilRight
On July 18 in DC, a growing national Alliance “We the People – Math Literacy for All” along with Bob Moses, former Field Secretary for SNCC in...