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TOMORROW WORKSThe Doe Fund's Virtual Gala

October 22, 2020 | 7PM EST

TOMORROW WORKS
because America works.

We are doers – who see opportunity in the face of challenge. Please partner with The Doe Fund as we roll up our sleeves and get to work, rebuilding a more equitable and inclusive society.

Where there is challenge
– FOR THIRTY YEARS –
The Doe Fund has seen opportunity.

Today, our country is at a crossroads, faced with
unprecedented and interrelated crises.

In the 1980s, when New York City was besieged by homelessness and addiction, The Doe Fund recognized the humanity, dignity, and potential in those trapped in poverty. Since then, we’ve become the most successful workforce development and reentry program in the nation.

Be a partner for change
INVEST IN TOMORROW

Partner with The Doe Fund to address racial inequality through economic justice. At our Gala, you will hear how our corporate partners and thought leaders believe real progress can be achieved and how jobs that elevate workers into the middle class can be created.

Never before has our country’s workforce been more profoundly impacted than by this pandemic – a health crisis that has also laid bare systemic inequities and disproportionately impacted
communities of color.

Your investment will ensure that Tomorrow Works for all.

BE A PARTNER FOR CHANGE

ON OCTOBER 22, JOIN US FOR
TOMORROW WORKS | 7PM EST

– a virtual convening of political, corporate,
and thought leaders designed to inspire
action and investment.

2020 Guest Speakers

Peter Q. Blaire

Economist, Harvard
Graduate School of Education

Arthur Brooks

Professor, The Kennedy
School, Harvard, and
Harvard Business School

Council Member Robert E. Cornegy, Jr.

New York City Council
Member, District 36,
Bedford Stuyvesant,
Northern Crown Heights

Assemblywoman Maritza Davila

New York City
Assemblywoman, 53rd
Assembly District,
Kings County

Mark Faucette

Project Management,
Housing for Health, Los
Angeles Office of
Diversion and Reentry

Jamin Gluck

Corporate Social
Responsibility, Amazon
Web Services

Ethan Hawke

Actor, Writer, Director

Melique Jones

Global Head of Diversity,
Inclusion and Talent
Pipeline, Skadden, Arps,
Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
and Affiliates

Sunil Kapadia

Director, Strategy and
Operations, Google; Doe
Fund Board Member

Daniela Radan-Lazic

Account Executive, Amazon

James White

Program Associate,
The Aspen Institute

Rev. Alfonso Wyatt

Author, Public Speaker

Peter Q. Blaire

Economist, Harvard
Graduate School of Education

Arthur Brooks

Professor, The Kennedy
School, Harvard, and
Harvard Business School

Council Member Robert E. Cornegy, Jr.

New York City Council
Member, District 36,
Bedford Stuyvesant,
Northern Crown Heights

Assemblywoman Maritza Davila

New York City
Assemblywoman, 53rd
Assembly District,
Kings County

Mark Faucette

Project Management,
Housing for Health, Los
Angeles Office of
Diversion and Reentry

Jamin Gluck

Corporate Social
Responsibility, Amazon
Web Services

Ethan Hawke

Actor, Writer, Director

Melique Jones

Global Head of Diversity,
Inclusion and Talent
Pipeline, Skadden, Arps,
Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
and Affiliates

Sunil Kapadia

Director, Strategy and
Operations, Google; Doe
Fund Board Member

Daniela Radan-Lazic

Account Executive, Amazon

James White

Program Associate,
The Aspen Institute

Rev. Alfonso Wyatt

Author, Public Speaker

Be a Partner for Change

In response to COVID-19, we have comprehensively adapted our workforce development programs to prepare trainees for forever-changed industries. Your sponsorship will allow us to continue making these investments in human capital, providing men of color who have overcome tremendous adversity with the tools to succeed and ascend the economic ladder.