Collaborator in Chief
Danielle Levine Cava
Miami-Dade County, Florida
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, of Miami-Dade County, and Rip Rapson explore how philanthropy can help cities and counties reinvent themselves to integrate diverse strategies for economic inclusion, adapt human service organizations to promote economic mobility, and plan for long-term issues. How do you assert the primacy of a governance unit created to provide human services into a broader civic leadership role, helping human service work evolve to address economic mobility and build this influence without threatening other units of government or being sidetracked with other agendas?
The series is a partnership between
The USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy and
The Kresge Foundation