Steve has also been engaged in a wide range of project-based work. This includes working with Ted Howard in 2007 on the initial strategic planning that helped lead to the development of the Evergreen Cooperatives initiative in Cleveland, Ohio. Since then, he has worked in a number of cities, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Denver, Jackson, Jacksonville, New Haven, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, and Washington, DC. Steve is also part of the Collaborative’s Learning/Action Lab team that is partnering with the Northwest Area Foundation and Native American organizations in four cities, to develop employee-owned businesses and social enterprises in Indian Country.
Tune in to WOL 1450 AM tomorrow for Everything Co-op, hosted by Vernon Oakes. This week Vernon interviews Steve Dubb, Senior Fellow and Director of Special Projects at The Democracy Collaborative. Vernonand Steve will discuss his involvement in the Democratization of Wealth movement, his research findings, The Anchor Dashboard, and new initiatives.
Steve Dubb has been with the Collaborative since 2004. At the Collaborative, he has written a wide body of work. In 2005, Steve was lead author of Building Wealth: The New Asset-Based Approach to Solving Social and Economic Problems, published by The Aspen Institute. Steve has also written extensively on the role of anchor institutions. This includes being a co-author (with Rita Axelroth Hodges) of The Road Half Traveled: University Engagement at a Crossroads (published by MSU Press in 2012) and, in 2013, leading the research team that produced The Anchor Dashboard.
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