The authors grateully acknowledge Seedco’s Becky Grayand Nakisha Evans or their support and guidance, as wellas Andrea Phillips, Julie Shapiro, and Carla Zanoni or theireditorial direction. Thanks to Neil Kleiman or helping to de-velop the concept or the report, Julie Strawn and Neil Ridleyrom Center or Law and Social Policy and Karin Martinsonand John Trutko rom the Urban Institute or their criticaleedback, and Demetra Smith Nightingale or her leader-ship on the Policy Center Advisory Council. We also oerour gratitude to the
More career coaches and programparticipants who took the time to give us their thoughts andperspectives.This report was unded by the MetLie Foundation, withadditional support rom the Mizuho USA Foundation andWachovia Foundation.In addition to the above unders, operating support or theEarnMore pilot was provided by the New York City Center orEconomic Opportunity and the New York City Departmento Small Business Services. Additional support or Seedco’scareer advancement work has been provided by the AltmanFoundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the ClarkFoundation, the Ford Foundation, the Starr Foundation,and the Manhattan Borough President’s Oce.
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