Toxic! Stress, Health, ACEs Webinar Ascend at the Aspen Institute and Ascend Network Partners Katie Albright (San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center); Jeannette Pai-Espinosa (The National Crittenton Foundation); and Jason Gortney (The Children's Home Society of Washington State) in this important two-gen conversation.Learn more
Spark & Expand
The Aspen Institute's Walter Isaacson and Sen. Mary LandrieuLearn More
Two Generations, One FutureRead the report
Ascend at The Aspen Ideas FestivalWatch and Listen
Did you know?
A higher percentage of U.S. children live in single-parent households than do children in all other industrialized countries studied in a recent report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and DevelopmentLearn more
Ascend brings the perspectives, strengths, and resilience of low-income families to inform programs and policies:
· Ascend invests in parent ambassadors;
· We engage family voices through nonpartisan focus groups and surveys;
· We develop publications, products, and tools that partners can use to inform and expand their work on two-generation approaches.
Whether you are a policy expert, program leader, researcher, public official, or business leader, there are ways to spark and expand a two-generation conversation in your own work. To find out how, visit this page in January 2014 for a communications toolkit.