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.
In 2010, nearly 6,000 people came together to develop a shared vision for the future of San Antonio. It was arguably the most successful community engagement process in San Antonio’s history. Because the vision was written by the community, we
We’re so excited to have 22 (!) new Nonprofit Partners on board! These organizations are all working toward San Antonio’s shared vision—and they’re able to show exactly how. Our partnership provides opportunities to strengthen and better communicate their impact, and
We are so thrilled to welcome Jessica Gutierrez to our team! A native San Antonian, Jessica is passionate about nonprofit work, education, and of course, the Spurs. She’ll bring her experience and expertise in administration and development to our work,
Despite being born and raised in San Antonio, it didn’t really feel like “home” until about two years ago. When I entered my sophomore year at the International School of the Americas, I was plagued with a lot of family
Can you say “sex” and “condoms” without turning red, and understand how healthy relationships fit into the conversation? Then you might be an excellent board member for an organization that talks about sex education and women’s health as enthusiastically as
I always thought that being on a local board, commission, or committee meant that I had to be a prominent politician, a well-off C-Level Executive, or a proven community leader with decades of working experience. Turns out I was wrong.
At SA2020 we believe that everyone is capable of affecting change. And because SA2020 transparently reports on San Antonio’s progress towards our shared goals, the entire community is able to see where we are making strides and where we are falling
My dad is a very intelligent man who tends to have a lot to say, but unfortunately, his preferred channel of communication to the outside world has always been the t-shirt. One of my favorite shirts he owned had four