Sen. Paul Gazelka (MN)

Sen. Rodrick Bray (IN)

Sen. Drew Perkins (WY)

Sen. Greg Treat (OK)

Gregory B. Fairchild

JANUARY 2-5, 2020

Poverty: An Interactive Case Study

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD

Associate Dean for Washington, D.C.
Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship
Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration
Darden School of Business
University of Virginia

Prisons and Poverty

When fathers are incarcerated, family income drops by 22%

During incarceration, families become more dependent on government assistance

Two-thirds of families with an incarcerated parent report income, food, and housing insecurity associated with homelessness

Left-behind parents cite child care needs as a challenge in job market

The Case Study

Group Reports

The PRO Position

The CON Position

The Reveal

Outcomes of the Resilience Education Programs

Break out groups debated strategies for providing entrepreneurship programs to inmates.

Discussion

Kathryn Gunter (Entertainment Software Association) reports her group's findings on entrepreneurship training in prisons.

Speaker Biography

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD  

Gregory B. Fairchild of the Darden School of Business at University of Virginia is Associate Dean for Washington, D.C., Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship; and Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration. He is an expert in business strategy, business ethics, leadership and entrepreneurship. Fairchild specializes in underserved, overlooked markets and has taught financial literacy to victims of domestic violence, and has launched a program to teach entrepreneurship and business skills to inmates re-entering society.

Fairchild was named one of the 10 Best Business School Professors in the World by CNNMoney/Fortune in 2012 and one of the 50 Best Business School Professors by Poets & Quants. He was the lead investigator in a study of business models and public policy issues in the field of community development finance, an initiative supported by a $850,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

People can change, and educational institutions can make a big difference in the success of their futures.

Resilience graduates leave prison ready to activate their lives, tackle challenges, and build careers.

 Among Resilience’s 500 graduates, 93% stay out of prison.

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

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Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

JANUARY 2-5, 2020

Poverty: An Interactive Case Study

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD

Associate Dean for Washington, D.C.
Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship
Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration
Darden School of Business
University of Virginia

Prisons and Poverty

When fathers are incarcerated, family income drops by 22%

During incarceration, families become more dependent on government assistance

Two-thirds of families with an incarcerated parent report income, food, and housing insecurity associated with homelessness

Left-behind parents cite child care needs as a challenge in job market

The Case Study

Group Reports

The PRO Position

The CON Position

The Reveal

Outcomes of the Resilience Education Programs

Break out groups debated strategies for providing entrepreneurship programs to inmates.

Discussion

Kathryn Gunter (Entertainment Software Association) reports her group's findings on entrepreneurship training in prisons.

Speaker Biography

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD  

Gregory B. Fairchild of the Darden School of Business at University of Virginia is Associate Dean for Washington, D.C., Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship; and Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration. He is an expert in business strategy, business ethics, leadership and entrepreneurship. Fairchild specializes in underserved, overlooked markets and has taught financial literacy to victims of domestic violence, and has launched a program to teach entrepreneurship and business skills to inmates re-entering society.

Fairchild was named one of the 10 Best Business School Professors in the World by CNNMoney/Fortune in 2012 and one of the 50 Best Business School Professors by Poets & Quants. He was the lead investigator in a study of business models and public policy issues in the field of community development finance, an initiative supported by a $850,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

JANUARY 2-5, 2020

Poverty: An Interactive Case Study

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD

Associate Dean for Washington, D.C.
Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship
Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration
Darden School of Business
University of Virginia

Prisons and Poverty

When fathers are incarcerated, family income drops by 22%

During incarceration, families become more dependent on government assistance

Two-thirds of families with an incarcerated parent report income, food, and housing insecurity associated with homelessness

Left-behind parents cite child care needs as a challenge in job market

The Case Study

Group Reports

The PRO Position

The CON Position

The Reveal

Outcomes of the Resilience Education Programs

Break out groups debated strategies for providing entrepreneurship programs to inmates.

Discussion

Kathryn Gunter (Entertainment Software Association) reports her group's findings on entrepreneurship training in prisons.

Speaker Biography

Gregory B. Fairchild, PhD  

Gregory B. Fairchild of the Darden School of Business at University of Virginia is Associate Dean for Washington, D.C., Area Initiatives and Academic Director of Public Policy and Entrepreneurship; and Isidore Horween Research Associate Professor of Business Administration. He is an expert in business strategy, business ethics, leadership and entrepreneurship. Fairchild specializes in underserved, overlooked markets and has taught financial literacy to victims of domestic violence, and has launched a program to teach entrepreneurship and business skills to inmates re-entering society.

Fairchild was named one of the 10 Best Business School Professors in the World by CNNMoney/Fortune in 2012 and one of the 50 Best Business School Professors by Poets & Quants. He was the lead investigator in a study of business models and public policy issues in the field of community development finance, an initiative supported by a $850,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.