A Future for Everyone

Our mission is to find new ways to leverage technology, community-driven solutions, and collaboration to accelerate progress in Science, Education, and within our Justice & Opportunity work.

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Technology

How Tech Can Help Tackle the Toughest Challenges

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CZI

2018 Annual Letter

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Fact

Your income as an adult is directly affected by what neighborhood, and even what city block, you grew up in. Even moving three blocks away as a kid makes a big difference.

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Source : Opportunity Insights
Education

Valor Collegiate and the Power of Circles

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CZI Community

Supporting Local Leaders in our Community

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With the birth of our first daughter, the question became even more clear: Why can’t we point the promise of new technologies and fresh ideas, more squarely at the challenges that will shape the future for all of our kids?

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Priscilla Chan
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Science Working to Solve a Family’s Medical Mystery
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Justice & Opportunity

Aly’s Criminal Justice Reform Perspective: Informed by Experience

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Fact

There are roughly 37 trillion cells in the human body, but we don't yet know how many cell types. Once we do, we’ll have a foundation for studying every human disease.

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Source : Human Cell Atlas
Education

Building Technology From a Teacher’s Perspective

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Advocacy & Movement Building

Amanda Nguyen’s Blueprint for Social Change

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Helping to Bridge the Access Gap: Atlanta University Center

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We all have different backgrounds and areas of scientific expertise - by collaborating, we'll make progress faster.

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Chenglin Wu
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion On Preserving Dreams & Taking Luck Out of the... On Preserving Dreams & Taking Luck Out of the Equation
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When it’s implemented well, technology can be an amazing equalizer, allowing access to goods and services for people who previously would have been at a huge disadvantage for getting them.

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Loren Hinkson
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Fact

At-risk students with mentors are 55% more likely to enroll in college and 130% more likely to hold leadership positions than their unmentored peers. Explore the Whole Child Approach to education.

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Source : The National Mentoring Partnership