The Housing x Education Partnership Assessment is being led by Adams 12 Five Star Schools and Maiker Housing Partners, with technical assistance support provided by Enterprise Community Partners. Additional members of the Rocky Mountain Partnership are being engaged to support completion of the assessment and develop action that can be taken based on the findings.
Who are the RMP Champions Leading This Work?
The collective work around Housing x Education was identified and is being championed by RMP Champions Chris Gdowski, Adams 12 Five Star Schools Superintendent, and Peter LiFari, Maiker Housing Partners Executive Director and RMP Steering Committee Co-Chair.
The champions of this work are supported by a larger network of partners who make up the Community Leaders Council of the Rocky Mountain Partnership. This council is composed of smaller groups with focus on specific areas of work The Partnership is engaged with and is led by the steering committee who sets the strategic priorities for the network.
Who is the Core Team Leading This Work?
- Leigh Her-Moua, Adams 12 Five Star Schools
- Lisle Reed, Adams 12 Five Star Schools
- Lakshmi Kollengode, Maiker Housing Partners
Who Else is Supporting This Work?
The work of this Collaborative Action Network is supported by the RMP Partnership Accountability Network (PAN). PAN members are C-Suite level executives from partner organizations who set shared targets towards social and economic mobility on behalf of the network and hold the network accountable for meeting those targets.
They provide high-level accountability to the Partnership, take action themselves to support the collective work, ensure that the CAN has the resources necessary to complete their work by leveraging their reach, and communicate shared goals and calls for support.
For more information about the PAN and who is involved, click HERE.
Join the H.O.M.E Effort
|To join Partnership’s collective work around H.O.M.E, contact RMP Backbone Director of Collaborative Action Matt Horn at, MattHorn@RMPBackbone.org|