CENTER FOR CIVIC POLICY & LEADERSHIP
CCPL cohort members were carefully chosen for their ability and potential to effect change in creating safer, healthier communities. Members were specifically chosen to be representative of a minimum of six sectors (governmental/civic, business, education, community based organizations/philanthropy, faith based organizations and community leaders) with a minimum of 10 members per cohort.
CCPL members have participated in an intensive program of cross-sectoral leadership development. Through this process, a shared theory of change was developed incorporating an integrated, coordinated effort to increase and sustain local leadership.
The Center fills a critical gap in the Inland Empire’s current structure by fostering catalytic leadership, promoting field-building, and developing policy and advocacy competencies in our indigenous public and private organizations to achieve greater social impact.
Objectives for the Center for Civic Policy & Leadership are:
Increase cross-sectoral collaboration to increase the health, stability and safety of the region
Increase leadership competencies in all participants
Strengthen participants’ ability to engage in comprehensive assessment, policy and advocacy activities for economic, social and physical factors that result in meaningful long-term policy change in creating healthier communities
Health Innovations Prize Case Study Form
CCPL Health Innovations Prize
Contact Omar Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 909.982.8641 for more information.