Alison Lingane, Project Equity co-founder

Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program interviews Alison Lingane

Alison Lingane, Project Equity co-founder, was interviewed and profiled on the Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program website, as part of the cohort of Job Quality Fellows for their Economic Opportunities Program (EOP) Class of 2018-19.

Berkeley supports employee ownership

On February 26th, 2019, The Berkeley City Council adopted a set of recommendations provided by the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), based on significant input from Berkeley worker cooperatives, organizations that support worker cooperatives (including Project Equity) and city staff.

2019 Government Equity Summit

Project Equity & Nexus Community Partners hosted the Government Equity Summit in San Francisco, California, with a focus on advancing equity, retaining assets and supporting legacy businesses and to promote and support small business retention through employee ownership conversions.

City of Berkeley

Berkeley invests in employee ownership

The City of Berkeley is the first California city to invest city funds to advance employee ownership. Other cities are becoming aware, and Project Equity will be increasing the number of municipal partnerships in the year ahead to address these very issues.

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New studies in regions across the U.S., including Washington StateBerkeley and Long Beach, CA show millions of businesses at risk and point to employee ownership as a solution.

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