Everyone has the knowledge to make a positive impact on our collective quality-of-life.
Ensure that the social sector has the guidance and tools to increase knowledge and maximize impact.
Joe Baldwin, MA
FOUNDER – PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
J. Joseph Baldwin (Joe) has over 25 years of planning, research, analysis, and evaluation experience. He is a systems planner with substantive expertise in health, education, affordable housing, homelessness prevention, and disaster preparedness. Joe is skilled in various statistical and GIS (Geographical Information System) packages. He is also conversant is several programming languages and Agile project management.
Jitendra Kumar, MCA
Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities. Equity recognizes that each person has different circumstances and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome.
Equity starts with a acknowledgement that all people do not begin their journeys from the same starting points. Once those differences have been clearly articulated, the goal is to work toward achieving similar outcomes.
Government’s role is twofold: 1) Information related to its operations and citizenry should be readily available and offered free of charges. 2) Government entities should work with communities to identify their data needs and partner with communities in an open and transparent way.