February 26, 2012  |  In the News

FII’s VP Mia Birdsong in SF Chronicles Movers & Shakers

Three Bay Area leaders are among the Aspen Institute’s inaugural class of 20 Ascend Fellows who are putting a two-generation antipoverty strategy into action. They are: Katie Albright, executive director of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center; Mia Birdsong, vice president of Oakland’s Family Independence Initiative; and Meera Mani, who oversees the Packard Foundation’s grant-making in the children, families and communities program.

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