From the Urban Institute:
Todd Greene will join the Urban Institute on January 4, 2021, as institute fellow and executive director of WorkRise, a new research-to-action network on jobs, workers, and mobility focused on rebuilding a more equitable and resilient labor market. Greene will guide WorkRise’s strategic vision and direction and its research agenda, capitalizing on the diverse perspectives, sectors, and disciplines represented by members of WorkRise’s Leadership Board, institutional partners, and staff.
Hosted by Urban Institute, WorkRise is a national platform for identifying, testing, and sharing bold ideas for transforming the labor market. WorkRise funds research on promising practices, policies, and programs underway across the country as well as foundational research on labor market trends with the aim of strengthening employers, informing policymaking and practices, and providing genuine economic mobility and security for workers—especially Black workers and workers of color, women, and young people, groups that have faced systemic barriers to opportunity.
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Greene is a long-time leader on addressing workforce issues in the Atlanta region and beyond through roles with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and AUCC, and a foundational leader and board member for MAX.
MAX congratulates Todd Greene!