This webinar featured Budget Center analysts discussing Governor Gavin Newsom’s May Revision of the 2019-20 state budget proposal.
Rise Together’s 2019 Opportunity Summit gathered over 300 change makers to focus on taking collective action for the most powerful pathways to economic security through cross-sector collaboration, ensuring the opportunity to thrive is a reality for all Bay Area residents. Executive Director Chris Hoene presented a state budget and policy forecast.
Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the state budget process to the Children’s Advocates Roundtable, convened by the Children’s Advocacy Institute of the University of San Diego. » Read more about: Children’s Advocates Roundtable »
For this webinar hosted by the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN), Budget Center Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the state budget process and timeline, as well as the longer term vision for budget investments that prioritize health for all.
Co-hosted by the University of California, Riverside’s School of Public Policy and the Budget Center, this event featured Executive Director Chris Hoene presenting on how the state budget process works. » Read more about: A Seminar on the California Budget »
For the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee #4 hearing on expanding the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC), Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin provided invited testimony on how extending the credit to workers with ITINs (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number) would help more California families who struggle to make ends meet. » Read more about: Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee #4 »
CalNonprofits along with California Philanthropy and the League of California Community Foundations hosted a California Policy Forum webinar to discuss Governor Gavin Newsom’s top budget priorities. Executive Director Chris Hoene discussed cradle to career education proposals in the Governor’s proposed 2019-20 budget.
Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin presented “Domestic Violence and the California State Budget” for the Culturally Responsive Domestic Violence Network’s (CRDVN) meeting.
For First 5 Marin’s child care forum, Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher presented “Investing in Young Children: Key Context for Marin County.”
For Southern California Grantmakers’ annual conference, Chris Hoene presented for the opening plenary, “The Whole Child – From Cradle to Career: A Generational Opportunity to Lift California’s Most Impoverished Children and Families” and Esi Hutchful presented for the workshop “Looking Back to Look Ahead: Addressing California’s Racial and Gender Wealth Gap.”