Bugdet Center Executive Director Chris Hoene presented to the Solano County Children’s Alliance on the state budget and its implications for children’s programs. » Read more about: Solano County Children’s Alliance »
Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene joined the First 5 Association of California for their quarterly meeting to serve on the policy discussion panel: “Early Childhood Agendas and the Budget Perspective.”
The Southern California Leadership Network in partnership with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce hosted California Connections, a first-of-its-kind statewide, issues-based, experiential learning leadership fellowship. Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene presented on the state budget.
A child care and child welfare advocates convening took place to discuss the details of current state funding and policy proposals related to child care. Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Alissa Anderson presented an overview of the Governor’s proposed budget and the federal uncertainty that affects the state budget this year within the context of poverty and economic hardship.
CCDAA held their Advocacy Day at the Capitol which featured an orientation training about the legislative process and how to conduct visits with your representatives. Budget Center Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher served as a guest speaker for this event.
This webinar discussed major components of the Governor’s budget proposal and their implications for the upcoming budget debate.
The CAPPA Foundation hosted an event to discuss the Governor’s 2017-18 Proposed State Budget and what to expect from Governor Brown for the next two years. Budget Center Policy Analyst Kristen Schumacher served on the panel discussion, “Overview of the Governor’s Proposed 2017/18 Budget: What has the Governor proposed and where are our opportunities.”
The California Budget & Policy Center was pleased to launch our new Policy Perspectives Speakers Series with “The State Budget Process and Key Issues to Watch for in 2017.”
United Ways of California organized this statewide symposium on economic disparities and the systems change we must achieve to ensure the best economic future for Californians. Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Alissa Anderson presented on ways to strengthen the Cal EITC tax credit for working families.
The Center for Nonprofit Management hosted an event to reflect upon and project financial changes in 2017 that will impact the business of nonprofit organizations. Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene delivered the presentation: “What’s Ahead in 2017-18: Major Funding & Policy Shifts.”