For Public Health Institute’s “CA4Health Perspectives Virtual Meet-Up: Policy & Advocacy” webinar, Senior Policy Analysts Sara Kimberlin and Alissa Anderson discussed the economic context of this year’s state budget process and reviewed key proposals to address housing affordability and poverty that are under consideration in the current state budget negotiations.
For the California Food & Farming Network’s monthly meeting, Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the state budget process.
For the “25th Princeton Conference: Navigating Uncertainty in the U.S. Health Care System,” Executive Director Chris Hoene presented “Pathways for Achieving Universal Coverage in California.”
For the Hispanas Organized for Political Equality’s (HOPE) Leadership Institute, Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the Governor’s May Revision and the state budget process.
A part of the Budget Center’s Policy Perspectives Speakers Series, this two-part event included a briefing on Governor Jerry Brown’s May Revision to his proposed 2018-19 budget followed by a panel discussion on how public policies can help promote economic security in our state.
For the California Child Development Administrators Association’s “Analysis of the Governor’s 2017-18 Budget Proposal May Revise,” Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher discussed what the May Revision means for California’s child care and development system.
For the California Alternative Payment Program Association’s briefing on the Governor’s May Revision, Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher discussed major components of the revised state budget and how it invests in kids and families.
For The Women’s Foundation of California’s Philanthropy and Public Policy Institute (PPPI), Executive Director Chris Hoene presented on the state and county budget processes.
For the Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ Public Issues Committee, State Policy Fellow Esi Hutchful presented on causes and approaches to homelessness and child poverty with a focus on Marin and Sonoma counties.
Once again, the Budget Center partnered with Southern California Grantmakers (SCG) for their annual conference, which was an opportunity to look at the latest policy analysis and research and to prepare for and address relevant public policy issues impacting Southern California.