Director of Environmental Initiatives Nicola Hedge and Chief Sustainability Officer at the City of San Diego Cody Hooven discuss the impacts of climate change in San Diego and how local business, government, academia and philanthropy can work together to build resilience.
Learn how Community Hero Steve Binder has worked for nearly 30 years to remove legal barriers that often prevent homeless San Diegans from getting back on their feet.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, executive director Katie Saywer looks back on the achievements of the San Diego Women’s Foundation.
President & CEO Kathlyn Mead discussed the value of social enterprise with Mission Edge CEO Ken Davenport, Second Chance VP of Advancement and External Affairs Trisha Gooch and Outside the Lens Development Manager Zoe Heyman.
Learn how the Clinton Foundation, The San Diego Foundation, and the County of San Diego are collaborating to identify sustainable solutions to the challenges encountered by families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Age Friendly Communities Manager Maritza Maksimow shares how San Diego County and the City of Chula Vista are establishing action plans to support successful aging across the life-spans of residents.
Based on recent trends, 67 percent of individuals released from U.S. prisons today will recidivate - or return to prison - in three years. Learn how San Diego leaders are working to decrease recidivism rates across the county.
The most recent Resilience screening provided North County community members with the opportunity to hear from local leaders and speak with organizations currently working to address the challenges of Adverse Childhood Events.
With grant funding through The San Diego Foundation, learn how the U.S. Green Building Council is working with local officials, developers and the business sector to ensure future buildings are designed with water efficiency in mind.
The fourth installment in the Community Heroes event series sparked dialogue about environmental resilience and equity, while honoring local hero Diane Takvorian, a leader in San Diego’s social and environmental justice movement for over 30 years.