Closing the Inequality Gap in the Twin Cities
The U.S. Chamber Foundation welcomed John D. Potter, Greater Minneapolis Market Advisory Leader at PwC, earlier this month at a forum held in Minneapolis, MN. The forum was called “Private Sector Solutions to Economic Opportunity in the Twin Cities” and brought thought leaders from business, nonprofit, public, and academic sectors together to determine actionable solutions that will help build a more resilient future for that region.
There is a serious disparity of economic opportunity within the Twin Cities. In Potter’s article, “Here’s to a Brighter Future in the Twin Cities,” he shares nine actions members of the community can do, depending on their strengths/resources, that will help minimize the socioeconomic gap that exists in that area.
Click here to read what those nine actions are and learn more on how to address inequality in Minneapolis.