Who We Are

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Adam Seth Levine
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Donald P. Green
Hahrie Han
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Jake Bowers
Sarah Alexander
Sarah Gollust
Shana Kushner Gadarian


July 2019 in Bilbao, Spain

In July 2019 we led a "How to be Helpful" workshop on the fundamentals of relationship-building with The Good Lobby's Lobbying Summer Academy. Professionals from across Europe and the US, from both the private and nonprofit sector, attended to learn how to be better lobbyists and share diverse ideas and experiences.

In June 2019 America's Service Commissions, which represents state service commissions in the US, invited us to host "How to be Helpful: Building Relationships for Social Impact" with AmeriCorps staff from across the country.

Check out Sage Ocean's new article on tools for bridging research and practice. The article highlights how research4impact is distinctive because our work is rooted in the behavioral science of relationship-building.

In April 2019 we presented what we're learning about how to build successful relationships between researchers and practitioners as part of a seminar series at USC's Sol Price School of Public Affairs in Los Angeles, CA.

In April 2019 the Institute for Change Leaders, based at Ryerson University in Canada, invited us to conduct our workshop How to be Helpful: Building Relationships for Social Impact as part of their training. Together we helped train members of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario in Waterloo.

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In March 2019 the US Department of Energy's Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) invited us to conduct our workshop How to be Helpful: Building Relationships for Social Impact to help strengthen their work building relationships with grant awardees.

In February 2019 we were invited to lead our workshop on the behavioral science of relationship-building, How to be Helpful: Building Relationships for Social Impact, as part of Rare's Fish Forever Summit in Cebu, Philippines.

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In February 2019 we were invited to speak about the process of building successful academic-practitioner research collaborations at the Social Science Research Council (SSRC). This was part of SSRC's Anxieties of Democracy program.

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