Dix discusses allyship and why we should encourage it amongst non-minorities in the workplace.
As we continue to work together to advocate for a more transparent government that works for businesses of all sizes, our economy will grow and each of our neighborhoods will take part in our city's inclusive prosperity.
The Chamber and the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project (PHL NGP) are grateful to have worked with the Mayor in his first-term, and look forward to seeing what more can be accomplished in his second.
We are excited to work with the Governor and create an inclusive prosperity that reaches every neighborhood.
Next week, we will be bringing together healthcare, political, and neighborhood leaders to continue the conversation of not only how we create safer and healthier neighborhoods across Philadelphia, but the importance of why we need to.
We are proud to work with City Council, Mayor Kenney, and business leaders to create an environment that offers quality customer service and bolsters our community.
If we want to live in a city with a world-class workforce where every neighborhood shares in an inclusive prosperity, we must ensure our citizens have the fundamental skills to thrive.
Over the last year, the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project has been working to improve the opportunities we need to create strong lines of communication between local government, the business community, and neighborhood leaders to create lasting impact and prosperity in every neighborhood.
A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that poverty rose in more than twice as many Philadelphia neighborhoods as it decreased in over the five-year period 2014 to 2018.
We believe our Inclusive Growth Agenda will help accelerate long-term economic growth and an inclusive prosperity for each of these neighborhoods.