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Our Team

Staff and Fellows

Meghan Dubois
Manager of Donor Relations

Meghan is responsible for managing the donor experience at FFI – cultivating and stewarding the relationships that fuel the wellbeing movement. With over 15 years of experience in non-profit development and operations, Meghan is driven by the simple desire to do good in this world. She began her journey working alongside Katya at On The Rise, where she first encountered the Full Frame model. Meghan then turned her attention to community-based grantmaking at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving where she supported the Foundation’s efforts in the areas of school-community partnerships, summer learning retention, and prisoner reentry programs. Attending to their own wellbeing, Meghan and her husband said goodbye to city life in 2011 and moved to the Berkshires where she spent more than eight years at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, building and honing the advancement systems that guide fundraising and engagement activities. When the opportunity to re-engage with the Full Frame Initiative presented, Meghan jumped. She holds a BA in Journalism from Ithaca College. When not at work, you can find Meghan hiking, biking or snowshoeing the Berkshire hills, tending to her garden, spoiling her three cats, or intimidating competitors with her fierce trivia team.

Erika Kuester Galloway
Chief Operating Officer

Erika comes to the Chief Operating Officer role with a deep commitment to social justice and extensive nonprofit management and organizational development experience. As COO, Erika supports FFI by assessing and building internal organizational systems and ensuring FFI remains efficient, nimble, adaptive, and centered on equity. She leads operational areas, including administration, human resources, information technology, and physical space and infrastructure. Throughout her career, Erika has operated as a team and organization builder. Erika comes to FFI with 15 years of experience in community organizing and institution-building. In her past work, she has built teams of organizers across the country and created the infrastructure necessary to support citizens to engage in collective action around issues related to educational equity, addiction recovery, homelessness, and bank accountability, to name a few. Erika has also led and supported organizational work on diversity, equity, and inclusion in numerous contexts. She holds a BA in Philosophy and a JD with a concentration in environmental law. Erika is an avid crafter who enjoys crocheting colorful blankets and sweaters for her family. She is also a weightlifter and a sci-fi/fantasy nerd (who owns that label proudly).

Madge Haynes
ACSW, LCSW, Senior Manager of Engagement and Partnerships

Madge brings to The Full Frame Initiative over 25 years of experience in social services and background of leadership in systems change/improvement. She believes cultivating relationships and collaboration are critical in achieving the best outcomes for individuals, families, and communities. Madge has demonstrated success in facilitating community and multi-agency initiatives targeting capacity building, training, technical assistance, and strategic planning with partners in child welfare, behavioral health, juvenile justice, the judiciary, education, early childhood education and development, and workforce development. Most recently, Madge served as a consultant in child welfare and family support services. She also helped launch a nonprofit organization focused on trauma-informed training for employers as Director of Programs for Trinity Opportunity Alliance through Technical Assistance Partnership of Arizona. Her former positions have included Senior Director–Bay Area at Casey Family Programs, Executive Director of Arizona Partnership for Children, and Bureau Chief of Prevention at Arizona Department of Child Safety. Madge obtained her Master of Social Work Degree with Child Welfare Specialization from Arizona State University and completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree and post-graduate studies in Psychology at California State University, Fresno and University of California, Los Angeles. While she enjoys brunches with her book club sisterhood and volunteering as a reader/recorder for Sun Sounds of AZ, Madge loves spending most of her free time nurturing, laughing and connecting with family and friends.

Matthew Leger-Small
Senior Manager of Special Projects

Matthew is responsible for partnering with the CEO in her role as the external spokesperson and ensuring that FFI staff have the resources and position they need to accomplish our mission of increasing access to wellbeing. He manages workflow in and out of the CEO’s office and supports the work of FFI’s Board of Directors and leadership team. Convinced at a young age that an anthropologist could save the world, he graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Failing to save the world immediately upon graduation, Matthew found a passion for public service and nonprofit work. He served as the executive assistant at a Franklin County Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority for five years where he managed two public and three nonprofit boards of directors. He graduated with the 2015 class of Leadership Pioneer Valley after completing a 10-month intensive leadership training course. Most recently, he spent a year at the local Community Action agency networking with other area service organizations to improve the impact of their work. Being fascinated by human society, driven by service to others and focused on systems-level work has led him to FFI where he hopes to brush the dust off that original long-term goal and help to change the world. Outside of the office, Matthew can be spotted singing shape-note tunes, playing the harp and hiking the hills of western Massachusetts with his husband and labrador retriever.

Samantha Moelter
Human Resources Associate

Samantha brings 15+ years of human resources/people capital experience to the Full Frame Initiatives Operations Team. Her diversity of roles has seen her directing human resources and operations in a rapidly growing non-profit on the Pine Ridge reservation, managing operations for a non-profit education organization spanning multiple North and South Dakota Native school systems, overseeing Family Programs with an Army Stryker Brigade in Hawaii and an elite Special Forces unit in the Pacific Northwest, and tackling HR work in both Hawaii and Alabama. Samantha is originally from Gillette, Wyoming, and after many moves, has found herself back home in the Mountain West, living with her partner, Matt, and son, Malcolm, on a small farm in Oglala Lakota Country. While Samantha has a lot of practice analyzing and improving HR and operations systems from a people prioritizing lens, she has yet to put her degrees in Human Nutrition or Culinary Arts to good use.

Carmen Ortega
Special Projects Assistant

Carmen joins the team this fall to help manage FFI’s online communication, web, and social media presence. She is currently earning her bachelor’s degree in English and Education Studies at Yale University, and is excited to further grow her nonprofit communications and development skills with FFI. Carmen has worked with various nonprofit organizations, including this past summer at an educational-equity nonprofit in New Haven called LEAP. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, she first became passionate about education in high school when she worked as a volunteer tutor for refugee elementary-age students. In her free time, Carmen loves to rehearse and perform with her college singing group, Tangled Up in Blue, and is an avid cook, painter, and reader.

Katya Fels Smyth
Founder and CEO

Katya grew up in New Jersey and went to high school in Massachusetts, where she volunteered at one of the state’s first shelters for homeless families. While getting a degree in biology from Harvard, Katya continued working with people who are homeless, eventually becoming co-director of one of Cambridge, MA’s first emergency shelters. A hit-and-run of one of the shelter’s guests, uninvestigated by police, combined with the advice and vision of other shelter guests, led her to found Cambridge-based On The Rise, Inc. in 1995. On The Rise was widely recognized for its Full Frame Approach to working with women facing homelessness, trauma and crisis. In 2007, Katya left to work on what would become the Full Frame Initiative. She launched FFI’s systemic collaborations that are bringing a wellbeing orientation to Missouri’s juvenile justice and child welfare systems and the St. Louis County courts, and a multi-system effort in Massachusetts to reframe the government’s approach to the intersection of homelessness, sexual assault and domestic violence. A former Research Affiliate with MIT’s Community Innovators Lab, Research Fellow at the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Echoing Green Fellow and Claneil Foundation Emerging Leaders Fellow, Katya speaks, publishes and advocates nationally for addressing poverty, violence, trauma and oppression by removing barriers to wellbeing. Katya is a contributor on the Forbes.com leadership channel where she explores the role of leadership in finding new frameworks for social change. She has an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School, and a deep belief in the power of people to do good by and for each other. This, combined with her sense that our country isn’t fully living into that potential, feed her commitment to FFI, bolstered by amazing colleagues and copious coffee consumption. Katya is a terrible gardener and decent cook who lives in Western Massachusetts with her amazing husband and kids, and an unwieldy menagerie of dogs, cats and donkeys.

Tanya Tucker
Chief of National Engagement and Partnerships

Tanya has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit, education, and youth development fields. Her career has focused on supporting low-income and underserved youth, building relationships with external partners, developing innovative programs and leading dynamic results-oriented teams. Supporting communities and partners to drive cross-sector, systems-level change so that every young person has the opportunity and support to achieve adult success has been at the heart of her work for over a decade. She spent 13 years with America’s Promise Alliance, a national organization devoted to helping create the conditions of success for all young people, including the millions being left behind. As the Chief of Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships, she served as part of the senior leadership team helping set the strategic direction and priorities of the organization. She led the development and implementation of all the programmatic work and engagement of the cross-sector Alliance of over 450 national organizations, over 200 communities, and thousands of individuals dedicated to making youth a priority in this country. Prior to joining America’s Promise, Tanya served at Educational Services, Inc. for six years directing a portfolio of education initiatives that focused on service and service-learning programs, mathematics and science teaching and bridging the digital divide. Tanya also spent nine years at the Association of Science-Technology Centers working on YouthALIVE! (Youth Achievement through Learning, Involvement, Volunteering and Employment), a grants program that supported museum-based enrichment and work-based learning programs for underserved youth. Tanya earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Communication from American University and completed the Education Policy Fellowship Program sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, D.C. Tanya is an avid and fiercely loyal Boston sports fan (Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins). When she’s not following sports she loves to spend time with her family, particularly her nephew, Robbie.

Lotus Yu
Senior Manager of Engagement and Partnerships

Lotus is part of the Training and Capacity Building Team at FFI, collaborating on strategy for how to support people in shifting towards using a wellbeing orientation, developing capacity building and training materials, teaching, and supporting curriculum development. Lotus holds an MPH/MSW from the University of Michigan. While living in Michigan and working for human services in county government, she also was involved with MISSION, a nonprofit organization supporting homeless tent cities. With this organization, she saw the importance of supporting the whole person. When people were having to make significant tradeoffs for shelter that were unsustainable—because they would be giving up friends, community or stability—what worked was helping to reduce those costs with bus tokens, encouraging people to have a voice, being part of a community, and more. It is this experience that most helped Lotus connect with FFI’s approach to understanding people and the importance of shifting systems to focus on wellbeing, not simply on fixing problems. Lotus also comes with teaching experience on the Texas-Mexico border and in Macedonia. When she is not at FFI, she is doing one of a million hobbies, including but not limited to: cooking, knitting, circus, running, hiking, biking, crafting and playing violin.

Sandy Ambrozy
Senior Fellow

Two threads cut across Sandy’s career lattice – justice and curiosity. With nearly 40 years of experience in philanthropy, she has strong expertise in human services, arts and culture, green buildings, and civil legal justice. Sandy currently works with partners to advance the transformation of the civil legal justice system so that policies, practices, and supports remove barriers to opportunity and help all people better protect their families, health, and livelihoods. She serves as a Senior Fellow at the Urban Institute; volunteer navigator with the Michigan Legal Help; board member of the Michigan Municipal League Foundation; and Advisory Board Member for the Self-Represented Litigation Network and LIFT Dane in Wisconsin. Previously, Sandy was a Senior Fellow and Senior Program Officer at The Kresge Foundation, where she developed strategic and layered investments to address critical issues, including access to civil legal support, climate change, and economic mobility, in close partnership with stakeholders. She was named as a 2016 Presidio Institute Fellow and participated in the fellowship program to build cross sector leadership skills to address complex social challenges. She has also served as a board member of the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities and as a member of the Board Steering Committee for the Economic Opportunity Funders. A U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional, Sandra developed Kresge’s Green Building Initiative to encourage nonprofits to design environmentally sustainable facilities. Sandra is a graduate of Tufts University, where she focused on Asian Studies and Mandarin Chinese. She grew up in Berkshire County, misses the ocean now that she lives in the Detroit area, and loves that her granddaughter has learned to dance before she can walk.

Phyllis Becker
Senior Fellow

Phyllis is an experienced human services leader working with youth, families, and communities. She has broad experience in juvenile justice reform, community engagement, and professional development. Most recently she worked for the Missouri Division of Youth Services as the director. Phyllis’ focus in Missouri was on strengthening the Missouri Approach, which is well-known for providing a comprehensive, integrated treatment approach focusing on wellbeing and positive outcomes for youth and their families. Phyllis also served as a Deputy Director, and Coordinator of Leadership Development and Quality Improvement for DYS. She brings to the Full Frame Initiative a strong belief that organizations and services should support and empower people’s need to be successful and desire to make positive changes in their lives. In addition to working for DYS, Phyllis worked as a Committee Executive at the Local Investment Commission and a Master Trainer for Communities in Schools. She has been a consultant working with nonprofits and government agencies in results-based accountability, leadership development, the school-based/school-linked services movement, juvenile justice reform, and facilitated planning processes. Phyllis is also a Senior Fellow with the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. Phyllis has a Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University. Phyllis is also a poet and coordinates a literary reading series in Kansas City. She and her husband Mark are jazz enthusiasts and the humans to two cats.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Miki Akimoto
Managing Director, Senior Philanthropic Strategist, Bank of America Private Bank

Miki Akimoto works with families, individuals, and foundations to increase the effectiveness of their giving. She provides supports around governance, next generation leadership development, philanthropic education, and strategic grantmaking. Previously she held positions at Philanthropy Massachusetts, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and the Corporation for National and Community Service. She co-founded the Saffron Circle, the first Asian Giving Circle in Massachusetts, and is an active member of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (past board chair), and serves on the board of TSNE Mission Works.

Tim Decker
Senior Consultant, Social Innovation Partners

Tim served as the Director of the Missouri Division of Youth Services from 2007-2013 and Director of the Missouri Children’s Division from 2013-2018. Tim retired from state government in 2018, after serving for 34 years in a variety of leadership positions with the Missouri Department of Social Services and the Greater Kansas City Local Investment Commission (LINC), one of the nation’s most innovative public/private community partnerships. After serving for over 11 years as an agency director, Tim founded Social Innovation Partners to support leaders interested in government, community, non-profit and private-sector, innovation in child welfare, juvenile justice, education, and youth development.

John Kania (Chair)
Executive Director, Collective Change Lab, Inc.

A visionary social sector leader with a passion for inspiring and empowering others to create change, John’s lifelong focus has been supporting human systems in achieving transformative growth and impact. John is currently Executive Director of the Collective Change Lab, a non-profit focused on amplifying the voices and wisdom of people from around the world who are effectively cultivating radical transformation. Prior to the Collective Change Lab, John served as an Executive in Residence at venture philanthropy New Profit co-leading the launch of the firm’s Systemic Solutions Initiative. Prior to New Profit, John was Global Managing Director at FSG, a non-profit consulting firm and think tank that he led for 17 years. While at FSG, John became a field leader in innovative social change practices with a focus on collective impact and systems change. He is a co-author of the ground-breaking Stanford Social Innovation Review articles “Collective Impact” and “The Dawn of System Leadership,” among other works. More recently John authored “The Water of Systems Change,” providing practitioners with a fresh and compelling framework for systems change that is now widely used around the globe. John is co-author of the book “Do More Than Give: The Six Practices of Donors Who Change the World” and he speaks frequently around the world on accelerating social impact. Prior to joining FSG, John was a partner at management consulting firms Mercer Management Consulting and Corporate Decisions, Inc. He began his professional career at Leo Burnett Company, a global advertising agency. John is a 1983 cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College and a 1989 graduate of Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He is an adjunct professor at Northeastern University. John lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts with his wife Holly. He has three grown children.

Olivia Leland
Senior Vice President, Collaborative Philanthropy; Founder & CEO, Co-Impact, Rockefeller Foundation

Olivia Leland brings more than 20 years of experience in philanthropy, government, and the nonprofit sector to her role as founder and CEO of Co-Impact, a global philanthropic collaborative focused on systems change in the areas of health, education, and economic opportunities in low and middle-income countries. Olivia worked with Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett as the founding director of the Giving Pledge, an effort to help address society’s most pressing problems by encouraging philanthropy globally. Previously, she led a cross-foundation strategy effort at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and served as associate director for financial and private sector development at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. She has consulted on microfinance and private sector development, as well as strategic consulting at Monitor Group where she focused on branding, market research, and venture philanthropy. In addition to being the CEO of Co-Impact, Olivia also serves as a senior vice president at The Rockefeller Foundation, focusing on bringing collaborative approaches to the Foundation’s initiatives. In 2014 Olivia was recognized by the World Economic Forum with the distinction of being named a Young Global Leader. Olivia received her AB in Social Studies from Harvard University and MSc in Development Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She lives with her husband and three children in London, UK, and holds dual US/French nationality.

Katya Fels Smyth
Founder and CEO

Katya grew up in New Jersey and went to high school in Massachusetts, where she volunteered at one of the state’s first shelters for homeless families. While getting a degree in biology from Harvard, Katya continued working with people who are homeless, eventually becoming co-director of one of Cambridge, MA’s first emergency shelters. A hit-and-run of one of the shelter’s guests, uninvestigated by police, combined with the advice and vision of other shelter guests, led her to found Cambridge-based On The Rise, Inc. in 1995. On The Rise was widely recognized for its Full Frame Approach to working with women facing homelessness, trauma and crisis. In 2007, Katya left to work on what would become the Full Frame Initiative. She launched FFI’s systemic collaborations that are bringing a wellbeing orientation to Missouri’s juvenile justice and child welfare systems and the St. Louis County courts, and a multi-system effort in Massachusetts to reframe the government’s approach to the intersection of homelessness, sexual assault and domestic violence. A former Research Affiliate with MIT’s Community Innovators Lab, Research Fellow at the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Echoing Green Fellow and Claneil Foundation Emerging Leaders Fellow, Katya speaks, publishes and advocates nationally for addressing poverty, violence, trauma and oppression by removing barriers to wellbeing. Katya is a contributor on the Forbes.com leadership channel where she explores the role of leadership in finding new frameworks for social change. She has an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School, and a deep belief in the power of people to do good by and for each other. This, combined with her sense that our country isn’t fully living into that potential, feed her commitment to FFI, bolstered by amazing colleagues and copious coffee consumption. Katya is a terrible gardener and decent cook who lives in Western Massachusetts with her amazing husband and kids, and an unwieldy menagerie of dogs, cats and donkeys.

NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

Dorothy Allison
Author

Dorothy is the prize-winning author of a number of books, including Bastard Out of Carolina. She specializes in capturing the voices and rawness of entrenched poverty and violence and plans to work with FFI’s founder on raising up the voices of program participants in Full Frame programs.

Juan Carlos Areán
Program Director, Children, and Youth Program, Futures Without Violence

Juan Carlos is an internationally recognized activist, public speaker, trainer and facilitator, and published author. Previously, he served as Director of the National Latin@ Network at Casa de Esperanza and as a Sexual Assault Prevention Specialist at Harvard University, and he is a founding member of the United Nations Network of Men Leaders to combat violence against women created by former Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

Prudence Brown
MSW, Ph.D., Independent Consultant

Prue’s work focuses on the documentation and evaluation of community change initiatives, new approaches to learning from and providing assistance to these initiatives, and the role of philanthropy in community change. She was a Research Fellow at the Chapin Hall Center for Children and served as Deputy Director of the Urban Poverty Program at the Ford Foundation.

Lonna Davis
Director of Children’s Services, Futures Without Violence

Lonna oversees a range of national and international programs for the nation’s preeminent anti-family-violence organization (in translating grassroots effectiveness into social policy and change). She has been a pioneer in creating state and national policy and programs to address domestic violence.

Cheryl Dorsey
M.D., M.P.P., President, Echoing Green Foundation

Cheryl heads one of the nation’s most prestigious social entrepreneurship fellowships. A pediatrician and an accomplished social entrepreneur (founder of Boston’s Family Van), Cheryl has expertise in health care, labor issues, and national policy.

Michelle Fine
Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Social and Personality Psychology, City University of New York

Michelle is a nationally known expert on the intersection of social justice and academic research. Her research program surrounds questions of community development with a particular emphasis on urban youth and young adults. She is working on a number of projects about access, opportunity and the New York public schools.

Cynthia M. Gibson
Ph.D., Founder and Principal, Cynthesis Consulting

For almost three decades, Cynthia’s work has focused on public policy research and analysis, program development, strategic planning, survey design, evaluation, and marketing and communications. She has held leadership roles with several national foundations and nonprofits and is a widely published author and blogger on issues affecting the nonprofit/philanthropic sector.

Leland (Lee) Goldberg
MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Jones & Vining

Lee is a well-known and highly regarded Interim CEO and management consultant, having successfully restructured over 300 companies in his more than 25 years of management experience. He is an expert in business planning and integrating operational metrics with financial planning. Lee is a founding member of VETRN, an organization that provides veteran small business owners an opportunity to attend a program in entrepreneurship exclusively designed for veterans to grow their own small business. He has a long-standing commitment to domestic and international work that seeks to empower poor and marginalized communities.

Lisa Goodman
Ph.D., Professor, Boston College Lynch School of Education

Lisa is an expert on the intersection of poverty, domestic violence and mental health issues. She partnered with FFI’s founder in documenting the Full Frame Approach, and they continue to collaborate on research and writing about the Full Frame Approach and community-based strategies to addressing violence in the context of poverty.

Naomi (Mio) Leavitt
Ph.D., Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Forensic Services

Mio has spent the last 25 years working with those who have been failed by systems and supports. She worked at Bridgewater State Hospital for over a decade, and now works in the courthouses of the Commonwealth assessing criminal defendants (alleged perpetrators of violence towards others) as well as those struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues facing involuntary civil commitment.

Ceasar McDowell
Ed.D. Professor of the Practice of Community Development, MIT

Ceasar’s work focuses on the development of community knowledge systems and civic engagement. He has been working on the use of narrative and story making as a tool for sharing and maintaining grassroots knowledge. His research and teaching interests also include the use of mass media and technology in promoting democracy and community-building, the education of urban students, the development and use of empathy in community work, civil rights history, peacemaking and conflict resolution.

Anne Peretz
LICSW, Founder, The Family Center (now The Parenting Journey)

Anne is a longtime champion of family-based strategies to support families mired in poverty. She has been involved in many of the Boston-area’s most important start-ups and community-based organizations.

Lisbeth (Lee) B. Schorr
Fellow, Center for the Study of Social Policy

Lee is a national authority on “what works” to improve the future of disadvantaged children and their families and neighborhoods. She is the author of several highly regarded books on the subject.

Nan Stone
Ph.D., Partner, Bridgespan

Nan heads the knowledge division of Bridgespan, a national consulting firm to leading nonprofits and managers. Prior to coming to Bridgespan, she was editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review.

Laura Stravino
Former Chief Capacity Officer, the Full Frame Initiative

Laura has been part of developing and growing mission-based organizations, coalitions and networks for over 25 years. She served as FFI’s founding Chief Capacity Officer for nearly nine years and is highly committed to collaborative work that advances social change.

Dale Walker
M.D., Director, One Sky Center, and professor of Psychiatry, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Director of the Center for American Indian Education and Research, Oregon Health and Science University

Dale is nationally recognized for his work as an advocate and activist for access to healthcare and the elimination of the stigma of mental illness and addiction, particularly among American Indians.

Jane Wei-Skillern
Ph.D., Associate Adjunct Professor, Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley

Jane is a pioneer in the study of (and is an evangelizer for) how nonprofits achieve greater impact by working in networks.

Julie Boatright Wilson
Ph.D., Harry Kahn Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Julie is interested in poverty policy, family policy, and urban race relations. Julie spent three years at the NY Department of Social Services, where she directed the Office of Program Planning, Analysis, and Development.

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FULL FRAME INITIATIVE

The system is rigged, and the solution isn’t just to create more programs for people harmed by these unfair systems. The solution is to reimagine these systems to make our country fairer and more equitable for everyone — which means ensuring that the places where we work, live, play and pray tap into people’s drive for wellbeing, instead of undermining wellbeing for some and enabling it for others.

That’s what we do.

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