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Forum CEO Honored for Lifetime of Service

How do you measure the impact of a person? By the number of people they inspire? The opportunities they create for youth through systems-level change? The paradigm shifts they lead -- like “problem free isn’t fully prepared” – to help communities get more young people ready for college, work and life?

Publishing Date: 
November 12, 2015

Fall Update: Change is Underway as We Organize for Greater Impact

Publishing Date: 
October 20, 2015

2014 Annual Report

The Forum for Youth Investment’s 2014 Annual Report, brings you stories from around the country about community and state leaders working to strengthening partnerships, practices and policies - all to improv

Publishing Date: 
October 15, 2015

Congressional Briefing

Collective Impact for Children and Youth Policy Summit

Publishing Date: 
June 30, 2015

My Brother's Keeper Alliance: Going Beyond Media, Beyond Government

Sara Matthew, policy associate for the Forum, was on hand at last week's announcement of My Brother's Keeper Alliance. She shares her thoughts about being one of the privileged few to be in the room during the announcement.

Publishing Date: 
May 13, 2015

Podcast: How Public Policy Can Support Collective Impact

In this new episode of the Collective Impact Forum podcast series, Erin White (FSG) and Elizabeth Gaines (The Forum for Youth Investment) discuss their recent learning brief, How Public Policy Can Support Collective Impact.

Publishing Date: 
March 12, 2015

How to Partner for Impact: The Nuts & Bolts of Aligning Collective Impact Efforts

As leaders in communities around the country implement collective impact initiatives, questions about how to align multiple initiatives are at the top of their list.

Publishing Date: 
February 16, 2015

CISC Leadership Symposium 2015

Forum CEO Karen Pittman was honored to deliver a keynote at the recent CISC Leadership Symposium. Her discussion focused on the Quest for Readiness and asked, "What if student success was measured not by course completion and graduation but by their ability to succeed in college, work and life?" 

Here are some materials that were addressed during the talk.

Publishing Date: 
February 12, 2015