June 22, 2021 10:00 am-11:30 am
Register for all three dates in this series here.
A deepening climate crisis. Persistent racial and ethnic inequities. The economic and social fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mobility advocates, activists and funders have found themselves at the crossroads of these intersecting issues over the past year, moving with urgency and purpose in communities across the country.
What have we learned? Where are the opportunities for impact? And what comes next in the fight to advance sustainable and equitable mobility?
Join the Mobility and Access Collaborative, an initiative of The Funders Network, for a three-part Summer Strategy Series this June.
These interactive sessions are designed around facilitated funder-to-funder conversations — giving us a chance to connect, share and strategize together.
We hope you’ll save the date for these sessions below.
Stay tuned for updates on speakers and registration info!
June 8 | 1-2:30 p.m. ET
Get inspired as we share top wins and great projects. Bring your successes, challenges and advice for fellow funders to a robust conversation about how we can accelerate progress.
June 15 | 1-2:30 p.m. ET
Dive into the challenges and opportunities at the state level, including efforts to fight highway expansions, support funding measures, and bend the curve towards climate and equity.
June 22 | 1-2:30 p.m.
What’s next on the mobility and access front? We’ll hear from leading thinkers in the sector on how to build and keep momentum on the road ahead.
William Fulton, Director, Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Stay tuned for speaker updates!
These are funder-only sessions and there is no cost to register.
You can register for all three sessions, or select individual sessions in the series, here.
About the Mobility and Access Collaborative
The Mobility and Access Collaborative, an initiative of The Funders Network, is an action-oriented effort that recognizes the urgency for ambitious — and quickly implemented — solutions to limit the devastating impacts of climate change. Join the collaborative’s listserv by emailing Hazel@fundersnetwork.org.