Disrupting Inequality in Cities

Submitted by Kirsti Battista on April 27, 2017 - 5:15am

In this webinar recording (originally broadcast on Feb 11, 2016) Ben Hecht, CEO, Living Cities and Mark Holmgren, Director, Vibrant Communities discuss how to build cities that are resilient, engaging and proactively achieving dramatically better results for low income residents.  Ben shares examples from across the United States where Living Cities partners have shifted the traditional paradigms to harness impact investing and are re-building civic infrastructure using technology and innovation. He also shares his perspective on how the innovation economy can play a role in disrupting inequality in cities.

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