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The Missing Middle: The housing crisis and the middle income critical workforce

The housing crisis is impacting the most vulnerable among us as well as the essential professionals who hold our communities and economies together. As more of these stable, middle income professionals flee the area, the bigger the “Missing Middle” becomes. Join us August 2 for a conversation about what is happening to stem this tide and how you can be a part of it. This event is in partnership with Landed.

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We’re expanding our small team to three by filling a crucial role which will be responsible for building and activating our member base. Are you an organizer who cares about building a more equitable economy in the 21st century? Check out this job description and apply today!
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Member Profile: Charley Wang

We profiled TechEquity member and CEO of Josephine, Charley Wang. Charley is working on helping home cooks reclaim cooking as a means for supporting their families and nourishing their communities. He’s gets pretty real about the way he thinks Tech can and should play a role in our communities. Check out the rest of the post…
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The Political Dynamics of Housing: Event Recap

Last Thursday we spent the evening digging into housing policy, funding for affordable housing, financing development, and providing some historical context for how this crisis came to be. Check out the recap on our blog which includes some additional resources on housing!
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Member Profile: B Byrne

I didn’t feel like I fit in where I grew up, and so I sought out a place where I would feel more accepted and understood. Now, having found some comfort for myself, I think a lot about my obligation…
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TechEquity Membership Launch Party

Last Thursday night we welcomed over 100 Bay Area tech workers to help us celebrate the official launch of the TechEquity Collaborative. Before we toasted on the roof of the Kapor Center for Social Impact, we heard from local policymakers…
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