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We're sharing what we learn as we go. Read our latest blogs along with reports, new and old, to find out how we're working with partners through community-centered design and Family-Centered Coaching.

Community-Centered Design for Racial Equity in New Orleans

In February 2020, at a momentous time globally, we launched the long-planned Family-Centered Coaching for Racial Equity …

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Innovative Approaches to Family-Centered Coaching: Six Partner Experiences

Family-Centered Coaching is not a one-size-fits-approach. As we’ve worked with organizations around the country we’ve been honored to see …

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Community Insights on Racial Equity in New Orleans

Last February we launched the Family-Centered Coaching for Racial Equity Project in partnership with W.K. Kellogg …

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Videos

We connect directly to partners every month through our Coaching Up Close webinar. Missed a month? No problem. Browse the whole library of Coaching Up Close recordings here. You'll also find partner features and other coaching and faciliatory resources.

Coaching Up Close: Communicating the Value of Coaching to Different Audiences

February Coaching Up Close: Communicating the Value of Coaching to Different Audiences In our February Mini-Webinar, we put ourselves in the shoes of different audience members to connect to what is important to them. When we talk about the “why” of coaching rather than the “what” of coaching, we can find common purpose and vision …

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Coaching Up Close: Better Coaching Through Self-Awareness
Coaching Up Close: Listening For Values

TPA VOICES PODCAST

Our founding Executive Director Diana Dollar recorded this special series of interviews with pioneering voices from the field. Listen to one or all and let us know who we should interview next.

The Link Between Race and Power: White Women in Non-Profit Leadership, a discussion with Michelle Gislason

TPA Voices Podcast Episode 3: The Link Between Race and Power: White Women in Non-Profit Leadership  On this episode, Michelle Gislason, an expert leadership and …

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The Myth About Poverty, A discussion with Joe Soss

 For the very first episode of TPA Voices, we sat down with Joe Soss, co-author of “Disciplining the Poor: Neoliberal Paternalism and the Persistent Power …

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One Dimensional – Data’s Role In Poverty: A Discussion With Anne Price

 In the second episode of ‘TPA Voices’, we sat down with Anne Price, Executive Director of the Insight Center for Community Economic Development (Insight CCED). …

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