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CASE STUDY | The National Housing Collaborative: Working Together for Gamechanging Housing Policy

Case Studies, Galen MacLusky, Housing, Housing Strategy, Community Innovation

How can social labs change social policy? As leaders on the ground it’s often clear in our minds how our systems lead to marginalization and inequity, as well as what needs to change. But many of us struggle to create broader systems change. In this Case Study we explore how a collaborative wrestled with that challenge and worked together to support the launch of a game changing housing policy.

This Case Study explores how the National Housing Collaborative wrestled with that challenge and worked together to support the launch of a game changing housing policy.

Galen MacLusky

By Galen MacLusky

Galen is a Consulting Director of the Tamarack Institute’s Community Innovation Idea Area. He is passionate about working with community organizations to help build and scale new ideas that deepen their impact. An experienced design, innovation, and co-creation consultant, at the core of his work are approaches that help organizations engage with those who are impacted by their services and test new programs and services with minimal investment. Over the past five years, Galen has used these approaches to help Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations across North America reinvent the services and programs they provide.

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