Collective Impact: Improving Collaborations to End Child Hunger in King County, WA
Collective Impact: Improving Collaborations to End Child Hunger in King County, WA introduces and contextualizes the Collective Impact model for anti-hunger partners’ work in King County. The report functions as a foundation which anti-hunger partners can use to begin to discuss the feasibility of implementing the model.
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Originally from Houston, Texas, Albert graduated from Saint Louis University in 2011 with degrees in economics and environmental studies. As a student, he worked on subsistence farms in the Philippines and researched the implementation of countrywide organic farming initiatives with the Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement. After graduating, Albert interned at the Community Engagement department of Oxfam America in Boston, Massachusetts, and worked as the program manager, grant writer, and resident staff member at Haley House, a multi-service organization for the homeless and formerly incarcerated.
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