April 18, 2017: As fellow students, organizers, business leaders, and policy makers, what movements are you a part of, and what work do you see left do to?
Category Archives: Policy Innovation
April 3, 2017: How can we rebuild trust in public institutions? While it’s not a silver bullet, deeper engagement at the local level could be the right start. Dr. Hollie Russon-Gilman weighs in.
March 30, 2017: We are thrilled to welcome Obama Administration veteran Carlos Monje Jr. as our Senior Fellow for Policy Innovation. Learn more about the newest addition to our growing team.
By adopting an integrated approach, government – operating as a platform for service delivery – can pursue fundamental, systemic solutions to social problems.
For too long, the policy debate about infrastructure in the United States has been stuck in neutral.
Georgetown University’s Beeck Center Expands Team; Obama Administration Top Official Carlos Monje Jr. Joins as Senior Fellow
I thought, “I didn’t know a place like this existed in Colombia.” But I immediately felt wrong for thinking this. Why wouldn’t a town look like this in Colombia?
The focus on social impact and innovation at the Beeck Center was a major draw for me, but I didn’t know what it meant, not really.
Last week I had a chance to participate in the discussion, focused on accelerating bottom-up innovation at the local level. So why is innovating our infrastructure system at the local level important?
An energetic entrepreneur, an avid activist and a Bob Dylan fan, Paul Schmitz is the Beeck Center’s first Innovator in Residence. This fall, he will lead a series of lectures and activities related to leadership and social innovation, available for the Georgetown community.