Current approach to Evidence-Based Policy and Evidence-Based Practice is highly focused on documenting extant evidence while minimally focused on the use of that evidence
Study reveals low-income Americans and people of color may face greater obstacles in a fast-recovering economy based on the size of their personal networks.
The Impact Genome Project’s social capital research was conducted in conjunction with the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Social capital is a critical ingredient in the economic empowerment and social mobility of low-income and marginalized populations.
Have you ever wondered how we can spend over $6 trillion on financial relief for Americans – and still not move the needle for those below the poverty line?
New Financial Health Genome identifies proven strategies that help nonprofits address financial challenges of the individuals they serve
Despite the majority of Americans reporting they are the same or better financially, emerging from the pandemic, 1/3 of those below the poverty line are in worse shape
The Impact Genome Project®, announces the Sentinel Outcomes Initiative, a multi-year effort to track and quantify the unmet critical human needs of all Americans
As circumstances get even more dire in the wake of the COVID-19 for restaurants and their 10 million employees, the restaurant industry is asking for a $240Bn bailout.