We chose to have Alison represent our co-founders in this important fellowship, and this honor reflects on the hard work and amazing talent of our entire team.
CommunityExplore our selection of articles covering our partners across the nation and the regional work they are doing to promote and grow employee ownership.
SBDC hosts meetings about employee ownership succession
On September 5th, 2019, Project Equity and Shared Capital unveiled a new collaborative initiative, Accelerate Employee Ownership, at a public launch event in Long Beach, CA.
The Future of Work: Project Equity joins allies in educating state and local government in the South Bay
State and local government engagement has increased recently, with high-energy events in the South Bay, alongside a statewide conversation about the Future of Work.
Recorded at the Berkeley Business Success Forum on June 13, 2019, Jordan Klein describes the tremendous potential that employee ownership can offer cities, why Berkeley is embracing it, and how Project Equity has helped advance the city’s goal to keep businesses rooted in the local economy.
California’s North Coast SBDC partners with Project Equity to prepare for boom in employee ownership
Small Business Development Centers across the United States are about to be part of a boom in employee ownership.
Alison Lingane, Project Equity co-founder, was interviewed and profiled on the Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program website, as part of the cohort of Job Quality Fellows for their Economic Opportunities Program (EOP) Class of 2018-19.
Eric Medrano is a Fellow in Public Affairs at Coro Northern California, with a passion for social impact in mid- to low-income communities. He spent four weeks with Project Equity to research an expansion strategy using employee ownership as a way to help low-income communities.
On February 26th, 2019, The Berkeley City Council adopted a set of recommendations provided by the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), based on significant input from Berkeley worker cooperatives, organizations that support worker cooperatives (including Project Equity) and city staff.
Project Equity & Nexus Community Partners hosted the Government Equity Summit in San Francisco, California, with a focus on advancing equity, retaining assets and supporting legacy businesses and to promote and support small business retention through employee ownership conversions.