Why You Should Bring Community to the Table

Tamarack president and co-founder Paul Born discusses ways to get people with different backgrounds and roles to blur the lines that divide them in addressing complex challenges such as poverty, homelessness or crime reduction.

Listen to the conversation with Hildy Gottlieb, co-founder of Creating the Future, at http://philanthropy.com/article/Bringing-the-Community-to-the/128148/?sid=pt&utm_source=pt&utm_medium=en.

The interview is part of the Making Change series hosted by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

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About the Lead Author

Paul Born
Paul Born is the award-winning president and co-founder of Tamarack: An Institute for Community Engagement, which advances place-based solutions to problems like poverty. More than 10,000 subscribers engage in Tamarack’s learning community. Tamarack’s signature work, Vibrant Communities, is active in 12 cities and has so far reduced the impact of poverty for more than 120,000 people in Canada.

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