Information & Consulting
Creating Social and Economic Opportunity
October 15, 2013
National Journal Interview (Interview Subject)
August 16, 2013
Over 18 years in the poverty-alleviation field, Rene has built a large professional network of advocates, funders, practitioners and researchers.
Rene has directed multi-site programs, provided technical assistance to organizations seeking to run new programs and studied and observed many more.
Rene has written articles, grant applications, reports and how-to guides based on his research and knowledge of various poverty-alleviation and economic development strategies.
Rene is a skilled interviewer and moderator, who has organized and led scores of webinars. meetings and conferences. He is experienced in all phases of effective convening.
"First the technique of shortening the hours of labor worked per week and second the technique of raising the income of those persons engaged in labor - that gives us both people with the leisure in which to spend money and have through their wages levels the money to spend." -- Labor Secretary Frances Perkins,on restoring economic growth, Detroit 1934
For 20 years, I have worked to help low- and moderate-income Americans find social and economic opportunity. I have helped people earn more, keep more of what they earn and build assets for the long-term. Over the course of my career, I have acquired skills, contacts and experiences that can benefit you. I am an experienced: