June 8: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: A Multi-generational Approach

TOPIC: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: A Multi-generational Approach 

United Way of the Midlands welcomes Anne Mosle, vice president of the Aspen Institute and executive director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute, to lead the June 8 summer symposium conversation on a two-generation approach to breaking the cycle of poverty. In her current role, Mosle directs Ascend, a national hub for breakthrough ideas and collaborations that move vulnerable children and their parents toward economic security. By building a national network of partners, Ascend casts a spotlight on breakthrough and proven strategies that impact parents and children together. Mosle, along with local experts, will discuss how the two-generation approach is being implemented nationally and locally, as well as opportunities for this approach to have a greater impact in our community. 

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June 8, 2017



Anne Mosle, Keynote Speaker

Vice President, Aspen Institute & Executive Director, Ascend at the Aspen Institute

Anne Mosle