In this webinar, Sylvia Cheuy invites Jennifer Splansky Juster and Junious Williams to explore the implications of Collective Impact’s revised definition; profile additional insights from the 10-year anniversary series and highlight what they see as emerging challenges and opportunities for the decade ahead as the work of Collective Impact continues to advance.
Perhaps the most significant evolution in the practice of Collective Impact is a revised definition that explicitly recognizes equity as “the North Star” for why and how of collective impact. This new definition is:
"Collective impact is a network of community members, organizations, and institutions who advance equity by learning together, aligning, and integrating their actions to achieve population and systems-level change."
Speakers: Jennifer Splansky Juster and Junious Williams
Moderator: Sylvia Cheuy
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For More Information:
Read Centering Equity in Collective Impact by John Kania, Junious Williams, Paul Schmitz, Sheri Brady, Mark Kramer, and Jennifer Splansky Juster
View the Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Collective Impact, 10 Years Later Series
Visit the Collective Impact Forum Website
Visit the Stanford Social Innovation Review website