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Presentations

Assets and Inequalities

Janet BoguslawBoguslaw, J. Panelist, “Where We Are: The Faces of Poverty.” Presented at "Poverty at Home/Reasons for Hope," conference sponsored by the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce, Devens, MA, June 2014.

Boguslaw, J. and Thomas, H. "Family Wealth and Well-Being in the 21st Century: A Job is More than Income." Presented at "Changing Work and Family Relationships in a Global Economy," conference sponsored by Work and Family Research Network, New York, NY, June 2014.

Boguslaw, J., and Venner, S. "Opportunities and Challenges in Diversifying New Hampshire’s Healthcare Workforce." Presented at New Hampshire Coalition for Direct Care Workforce, Concord, NH, June 2014.

Meschede, T., and Chaganti, S. "Secure Jobs for Homeless Families: Partnerships for Integrated, Individualized Services." Presented at Commonwealth Workforce Coalition 11th Annual Sharing Skills: Building Connections Conference, Sturbridge, MA, May 2014.

Nsiah-Jefferson, L., and Venner, S. "Managing the Changing Demographics of Health Care: Creating Positive Environment for Staff and Patients." Presented at  Business Advisory Councils of New Hampshire Health Professions Opportunity Project,  Nashua, Concord, Manchester and Portsmouth, NH, April, May, June and July 2014.

Shapiro, T. "Drivers of Wealth." Presented at "Wealth in America: How Can Congress Support Mobility?", conference sponsored by the Urban Institute in partnership with the Congressional Savings and Ownership Caucus and the Senate Economic Mobility Caucus, Washington, DC, July 2014.

Thomas, H. "Drivers of Economic Mobility: Which Factors Matter for Families’ Movement Up the Economic Ladder?" Presented at 17th Annual Welfare Research and Evaluation Conference, sponsored by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Washington, DC, May 2014.

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