Building a Culture of Care

By Luigi Fu 8/20/2020 If we continue to ask our colleagues to take care of themselves, without providing them the space to do it, then we’re all doomed to burn out. In the midst of two pandemics – COVID and institutional racism – we’re sending mixed messages to our friends and colleagues that can leadContinue reading “Building a Culture of Care”

How Everything Intersects: Healthcare Outcomes and Policy Decisions

By Anjana Sreedhar 8/18/2020 As a recent graduate from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service, I have developed a newfound appreciation for how interconnected public service and quality of life are. If we as a society can improve healthcare access and coverage, public education access and quality, and urban transit, we can improve people’s qualityContinue reading “How Everything Intersects: Healthcare Outcomes and Policy Decisions”

Stop Saying We Are Experiencing the Same Pandemic

By Wayne Carino 8/11/2020 It is no secret that many people and recent college graduates are laid off and desperately searching for a job due to COVID-19. What many people don’t understand is that the pandemic experience differs across socio-economic groups.  Many may be relaxing at home leisurely applying for jobs at the comfort ofContinue reading “Stop Saying We Are Experiencing the Same Pandemic”