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Sunday, June 24 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Building Blocks for City Campaigns for a New Economy

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While federal policy breakthroughs are rare, there have been a range of breakthroughs at the local level. On this panel, we will cover some of these emerging new economy policies, including victories in worker cooperatives, community land trusts, and local procurement policy‚ as well as identify some of the strategies and tactics can be employed to achieve those wins. This session will be highly interactive and will include small group breakouts.

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Steve Dubb

he/him, Nonprofit Quarterly
Steve Dubb is a senior editor at NPQ in Boston, Massachusetts, where he directs NPQ's economic justice program and writes, edits and curates discussions about economic democracy, co-ops, community wealth building, and the nonprofit sector. Steve has worked with cooperatives and nonprofits... Read More →
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Eric Griego

Consultant, UNM Center for Health Policy
Eric Griego is currently a strategic consultant working on local economic development issues for local governments, foundations and non-profit organizations. He was a former Assistant Secretary of Economic Development for the State of New Mexico, where he coordinated local and... Read More →
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Mike Sandmel

Campaign Organizer, New Economy Project
Mike Sandmel is an organizer with New Economy Project working to coordinate coalition efforts to advance cooperative economic development and economic democracy in New York City. He previously served for five years as Membership Director for the New Economy Coalition. Mike graduated... Read More →

Sunday June 24, 2018 9:30am - 10:45am EDT
CEC Pro Dev 204