How do we ensure equity and opportunity for all in Albuquerque? Dr. Gabriel Sanchez, UNM Professor, Department of Political Science and Executive Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy interviews with the Integration Initiative, focusing on the question: How do we ensure equity and opportunity, especially in systems that have created historical and systematic barriers to …
Over the past two years the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce has been lobbying to create more economic opportunities for local minority, women and veteran owned businesses as well as small disadvantaged businesses. Their main strategy, the HUBDO Program, proposes that historically underutilized businesses—or hubs—gain better access to city, county and state procurement opportunities.
Albuquerque is reshaping government by advancing racial equity. In partnership with Living Cities and the Government Alliance on Race and Equity, CABQ is looking at the power of government to change systems to improve outcomes for people of color, as well as improving outcomes for everyone.
Olivia Padilla-Jackson, Deputy Director of Administration and Finance at the City of Albuquerque, discusses the importance of data collection in the Albuquerque Living Cities Integration Initiative’s long-term effort to impact job creation and economic mobility in Albuquerque.
The City of Albuquerque takes the effort to make Albuquerque the most entrepreneurial city in the United States to heart. They have trained 6000 city workers in the entrepreneurial mindset.
Albuquerque has kicked off a program to position trusted, well-connected business mentors in target communities to assist entrepreneurs as they start and/or grow their businesses – for free.
TAZA is the nation’s only Spanish-language 1 million cups style event. ABQLC sat down with Josue Olivares to celebrate TAZA’s 2nd anniversary and talk about the importance of immigrant entrepreneurship.
CNM’s Deep Dive Coding Program has graduated over 100 programmers, helping them form marketable skills to enter one of Albuquerque’s most in-demand career tracks.
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