Join us for a leadership luncheon to hear from
Brookings Institute senior fellow, scholar and author Richard Reeves. His fascinating discussion on society's upper middle class of 20%, and its separation from the rest, focuses on how it affects family structure, neighborhoods, attitudes and lifestyle. He examines how this determines who gets the best education, housing and healthcare.
- Why do fractures along class lines widen
the opportunity gap?
- How does this affect Sandy Springs and
the Central Perimeter area?
Reeves will offer his thoughts on why the opportunity gap is a problem, how it affects our neighborhoods and what should be done about it. No matter what your views-his perspective will challenge your assumptions!
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Co-Director, Center on Children and Families