The hard truth is that more American women—of all races—are dying of pregnancy-related complications than in any other developed country.
I am interested in how mass transit can deliver a more connected and inclusive city through shared community space and local civic engagement.
We’re confronted once again with the tragic and senseless loss of lives from gun violence in the aftermath of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Although recent mass shootings in the United States can be linked to multifaceted factors, there is evidence that the El Paso shooting was a calculated political act fueled by anti-immigrant […]
With 716 people in prison per 100,000 residents, the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world.
Nearly all the 2020 presidential candidates have tackled the cost of attending college, with some proposing the elimination of tuition and all fees at public universities. What has been missing from candidate proposals is how we support innovation and boost quality in higher education. I recently returned from my undergraduate college reunion with a new perspective. […]
When women are part of shaping public policy, societies see more profound and long-lasting changes.
To unleash more resources to worthy causes, we need leaders and policy environments that will facilitate rather than limit philanthropic capital.
Financial literacy in the workplace can help employees cope with emergencies and prepare for retirement.
Many Americans hold overly optimistic beliefs concerning the current state of racial disparities.
Tax incentives significantly affect how much people give, as well as the timing of their donations.
Widening educational opportunities can dramatically increase the number of residents with postsecondary training and build a future talent base.