• NANCY’S BLOG: (in)visible Teens.
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    It’s always exciting to talk about big shifts and how to tackle complex problems with bold ingenuity, but when we look to the future, one giant topic demands more of our attention than it often gets: the health and well-being of today’s youth. This week we focus our attention on those poised to inherit our past and create our future: teens. And in the process invite us all into a new conversation about what it might take to build more supportive structures and attitudes.   …

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  • Elevating For Greater Good.
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    As the end of the year approaches and we look back, and into the future, we wonder what are some of the ways in which we’ve collectively impacted what the world will look like decades from now? There are many forms elevating for greater good can take, from the deeply personal through to the desks of big corporations, but at the core of it all, there is no denying we’ve ushered in a human era in which having a heart matters; which values mission over margin, purpose aligned…

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  • A Record Breaking 40% of Women Are Now The Sole or Primary Breadwinners of Their Homes.
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    While this phenomena continues to grow, it’s worth noting that this stat actually is made up of two very different HH’s: women who are married and out-earn their husbands (37%), vs those who are single parents (67%). Interestingly, while single mothers struggle to live above the poverty rate, married families with a breadwinner mom-out earn all other families, even those where the father earns more. Unfortunately though, many of these married breadwinner mothers aren’t…

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