How Organizing a Multi-stakeholder Summit to Transform Foster Care is Absolutely Doable w/ Durell Coleman


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Durell Coleman and his design firm, DC Design, had never done any work in foster care. Yet in February, they helped organize the largest summit of foster care stakeholders ever seen in Silicon Valley, which has since sparked many innovative projects to improve the foster care system, locally and nationally. I chat with Durell and get to hear the amazing story of how it came together

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