United Way for Southeastern Michigan CEO Michael Brennan discusses the
agency's survey process that has led them to begin working on solving
the region's major problems in three key areas: educational
preparedness, economic stability and basic needs. He urges the region
to work together in a collaborative manner to acieve success.
During the course of our research at United Way for Southeastern
Michigan, we collected more than 20,000 comments from 7,000 residents,
and one theme reverberated consistently: This region aspires to be a
place where all people have the educational and economic opportunities
needed to succeed and to thrive.
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