What policies can help more families achieve economic security?
On May 18, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (PA) and other experts discussed the combination of income- and asset-based policies that can broaden economic security equitably. Click here to view the full agenda and here to access remarks by CSD Faculty Director William Elliott III.
This special event was organized by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the University of Michigan School of Social Work, the Grand Challenges for Social Work Network to Reduce Extreme Economic Inequality, the Center for Social Development, and the Institute for Economic and Racial Equity (IERE).
Consultant; Former and Founding Director, Oakland Promise Brilliant Baby program
Policy Director, Ewing Marion Kaufmann Foundation
George Warren Brown Distinguished University Professor, Washington University in St. Louis and Founding Director, Center for Social Development
U.S. Senator Bob Casey
Harold R. Johnson Collegiate Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan School of Social Work
Assistant Professor of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania, and Founding Director, Center for Guaranteed Income Research
William Elliott III
Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan, and Founding Director, Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion
Thomas M. Shapiro
Pokross Professor of Law and Social Policy, Brandeis University
Founding Executive Director, NYC Kids RISE
Policy Consultant and Advocate
Connie E. Evans
President and CEO, Association for Enterprise Opportunity
Vice President, Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population, and Codirector, Wealth and Financial Well-Being Initiative, Urban Institute
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
12–3 PM ET