Justine Porter is a social enterprise
Justine is a Manager of Advisory Services with the Democracy Collaborative, where she works on advisory and healthcare projects. Prior to starting this position, Justine worked in various grassroots and operational capacities for a number of organizations. Previous roles include Director of Operations for New Energy Events, an events company focused on Caribbean renewable energy policy; Development & Operations Manager for Della, a fair trade fashion company in Ghana; Grassroots Coordinator for Falling Whistles, a campaign for peace in the Congo; Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator for Habitat for Humanity and Arts & Outreach Coordinator for Hudson River Housing.
Justine has traveled and worked in 30+ countries since 2010. She holds dual degrees in International Relations and French Language from SUNY Geneseo and an MBA in Sustainability from Bard College.
Anchor collaboratives are stronger and can accomplish goals that once seemed out of reach by combining efforts and resources. However, forming an anchor collaboration isn’t automatic; it takes effort and time to get institutions to see their common interests and potential alignment. The article discusses some ways it can work.
- Submitted by john on August 10th, 2018
On June 11th and 12th, The Anchor Collaborative Convening brought together 135 leaders and champions of anchor collaborations from 35 communities across the US and Canada. Read more about The Anchor Collaborative Convening ...