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Shrinking economies of core cities should matter to anyone who cares about the economic future of Northeast Ohio, city of Cleveland resident or not, because place matters for economic growth.
“We sit somewhere at the intersection of grantmaking and what needs to be done,” Burke said.
Bringing Uhle on the board adds a partner with direct ties in the community where the Fund’s policies are focused.
Examples include employees working from home or part-time, returning to school or enrolling in job training programs, or quitting jobs to take gig work.
“Flexibility is a baseline factor of being competitive for talent,” she explains. “Thinking about this up front will help employers in the long-term.”
Our Fund’s commitment to an ‘extraordinary tomorrow’ and Community West’s legacy of ‘illuminating hope’ illustrate a shared optimism for a more equitable, prosperous future for Northeast Ohio.
The Fund for Our Economic Future today announced two new members of its staff, Director of Operations Erskine Bevel and Director of Communications and Engagement Reanna Karousis.
“No other resource provides such a deep, first-hand perspective of real workers.”