Our team in Dallas, Texas helps clients partner with local communities to support, encourage, and catalyze expansion through public and private investment in physical development and redevelopment. Our approach recognizes the Addis Ababa Action Agenda as a new global framework for financing sustainable development and helps clients align financial flows and policies with economic, social, and environmental policies.
Our team in Chicago, Illinois, helps clients build impact through their work by incorporating the UN AGENDA 2030 into organizational structures to ensure local & regional partnerships to prevent, manage, and overcome community situations that adversely affect people's well-being.
St. Louis, Missouri
Closely aligned with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) including SDG 1 No Poverty, SDG 2 Zero Hunger, and SDG 3 Good Health and Well-Being, our team in St. Louis, utilizes a multi-stakeholder approach to help define local, regional, and global challenges of food as they relate to all people, at all times, in physical, social, and economic spaces and with accessibility to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food.
Our team helps clients develop adaptive strategies and policy responses to global changes due to climate, population growth, rising food prices, and environmental stressors. Our initiatives have included water allocation, land use patterns, managing trade-offs in food security, and promoting sustainable agricultural technologies to help build resilience to shocks.
Asheville, North Carolina
Our Asheville, North Carolina team exclusively focuses on rethinking education in a world of rapid transformation. Utilizing foundational principles of a humanistic approach to education governance, our work aims to help clients re-contextualize education commitments to collectively call for public policy dialogue and forward-looking research on learning systems in the 21st century.
Responsible for curating experiential learning platforms, our team works with a range of partners including City University of New York, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United Nations University, AIM Education and Research Society, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the World's Largest Lesson.
New York City, New York
Our team on the ground in NYC helps facilitate the firm's representation at the United Nations for our clients, both organizations and individuals, and manages our unique UN Experiential Fellowship.
Our team in Jacksonville, Florida, works with clients in healthcare and technology to advance health equity by harnessing the power of frameworks such as One Health, to improve fair and just practice through science, programs, policies, and other interventions.
Our Washington, D.C. team is committed to promoting the goals of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships to bring people of all backgrounds and beliefs together to meet the challenges and secure civil society partnerships on: addressing the Covid-19 Pandemic recovery; working towards increasing opportunities and mobility for historically disadvantaged communities; and helping to advance international development and global humanitarian work.