SELA Collaborative to unveil The SELA Agenda at Facebook Live Event Wednesday, March 3rd with host Jackeline Cacho
Featured nonprofit speakers from AltaMed and Hub Cities to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare and workforce development and the SELA region's long-term prosperity.
The SELA Agenda was a collective effort "born from a multi-year, collaboration and convening of SELA nonprofit leaders and stakeholders,"
The goal is that The SELA Agenda will be used as a foundational plan by elected officials, philanthropy, business sector, and community stakeholders to address inequalities worsened by COVID-19 and ensure SELA's regional and long term prosperity.
"The broader vision is to see real and meaningful investment in SELA using a systems change perspective grounded on the expertise of SELA Leaders. It is a beautiful example of collaboration in SELA," noted Dr. Franco. "By connecting and working collaboratively with SELA stakeholders we hope to elevate our needs to critical decisionmakers at the local, state, and national levels."
Those looking to support Southeast LA and The SELA Agenda can watch the Facebook Live event on Wednesday at 1pm PST and share the report with their friends, community and local legislatures. For more information and to download the report March 3, 2021 visit https://www.selacollab.org/
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Southeast Los Angeles Collaborative was founded in 2011 as a network of organizations working together to strengthen the capacity of the nonprofit sector and increase civic engagement in Southeast LA. Through its 12 member partners SELA Collaborative works to strengthen the SELA community, build collective power, and encourage innovation to drive regional systemic change. For more information please visit www.SELACollab.org