On this blog, we share the stories of people all over San Antonio who are leading change. Read about the individuals, organizations, and collaborations that are moving us closer to the shared Community Vision.
We’re thrilled to be welcoming three more San Antonians to the SA2020 Board of Directors. In addition to serving the community through their professional work—including in K-12 education, transit, and higher education—our newest Board members also contribute their experience and
In 2020 especially, nonprofit organizations across San Antonio and Bexar County have stepped up in big ways to meet changing community need. As the organization that drives progress toward San Antonio’s Community Vision, we are so proud to support 158
People most impacted by systemic inequities hold the greatest knowledge to ensure policies and programs meet the needs of the entire community. We know this because, in San Antonio, the last 10 years have proven it. This is the power
When COVID-19 hit San Antonio, Texas, institutions showed their ability to quickly shift the way they work to ensure the health of the community: halting evictions for public housing, providing mobile hotspots, and suspending cut-offs of utility services. Sustainably recovering
In 2010, San Antonians said they wanted a highly qualified and educated workforce and provides economic opportunity for all of its residents. We know that to achieve this it requires a community-wide focus on education, professional certificates, and opportunities like
In January of this year, (which is either 402 years ago or yesterday depending on your vantage point), SA2020 launched a community engagement process to reaffirm and strengthen San Antonio’s shared Community Vision for the next decade. We knew that