Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program interviews Alison Lingane
“We hope, over the years, for our approach to become a learning laboratory for understanding job quality priorities for workers in small businesses.”
Co-founder, Project Equity
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.
Alison has been working with other leaders in the job quality space to find ways to raise the quality of workplace satisfaction. Project Equity is focused on employee ownership as a way to help make positive changes in job quality for low to middle-income workers.
The Fellows come from diverse nonprofit, businesses and government agencies, and are selectively chosen by the Job Quality Fellowship for the ground-breaking ways they are helping individuals find meaningful work and access to better quality jobs. The Fellowship was created to help support these leaders in their important and timely work.
Learn more about how the Economic Opportunities Program is helping less advantaged workers pursue the American dream.
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