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      October 6, 2020

      Tuesday  12:00 PM - 5:00 PM (every 4 days until October 9, 2020)

      See description for how to participate virtually.
      Boston, Massachusetts

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      The Future of Poverty Disruption: Virtual Conference

      Join EMPath for our biennial conference this October! This year’s theme is "The Future of Poverty Disruption." Hear from experts and leaders in the fields of housing, education, health, technology, philanthropy, and more to explore new strategies for disrupting poverty. REGISTER NOW at www.disruptingpovertyconference.org.
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      ABOUT
      Poverty is more complex than ever. Families trapped at the bottom of the economic ladder must navigate moving rungs and recurring setbacks to move up. Every sector has a part to play in clearing pathways toward economic independence. The conference seeks to answer the following:
      1) What changes are happening in the world today that have significant import for the future of poverty disruption?
      2) What are the implications of these changes for the economic mobility of America’s workers?
      3) How do we adapt to these changes to strengthen our work?

      SPEAKERS
      - Elisabeth D. Babcock, President & CEO of EMPath
      - Eric Brynjolfsson, Director of the Initiative on the Digital Economy at MIT
      - Mary Coleman, SVP & COO of EMPath
      - Philip Li, President & CEO of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
      Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
      - Vu Le, Writer & Speaker; Founder of the blog Nonprofit AF
      - Alister Martin, Emergency Medical Specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital; Instructor & Founder
      - Bobby Milstein, Adjunct Associate Professor of Community Health Services at Boston University's School of Public Health
      - Tom Mould, Professor of History & Anthropology at Butler University
      - Georgia Murray, Board Chair of Preservation of Affordable Housing
      - Mary O’Hara, Journalist, Author, & Producer
      - Nisha G. Patel, Founder of Powered by Shakti
      - Shaady Salehi, Director of the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project
      - Luke Tate, AVP & Executive Director of Opportunity Initiatives at Arizona State University
      - Atheendar Venkataramani, Assistant Professor, Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine
      Read speakers' bios at www.disruptingpovertyconference.org/speakers

      DATES
      Exchange Member Convening (for members of EMPath's Economic Mobility Exchange™ only):
      Friday, October 2 & Monday, October 5
      12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT
      Public Conference:
      Tuesday, October 6 – Friday October 9
      12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT
      TICKETS: www.disruptingpovertyconference.org/tickets

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