Foundations & Philanthropic Statments that support justice for Breonna Taylor & defunding LMPD? None.
Priority Targets to press for community investment and police divestment
Foundations & Philanthropic Statments
Humana Foundation - Uniting for Stronger Communities
Gil Holland - No Statement
Christy Brown - No Statement
James Graham Brown Foundation - Link to statement
Metro United Way - Link to statement
Community Foundation of Louisville - Link to statement
Louisville Metro Police Foundation - No Statement
Gary Tyler President, Business First of Louisville, Board member - No Statement
Stefan Brown, Security Director at GE Appliances, Board member - No Statement
Kent Oyler CEO, Greater Louisville Inc (GLI), Advisor - No Statement
Don Stearns, Manager Mid-South Division, Kroger, Advisor - No Statement
Shawna Jones, Regional Director of Operations, White Castle, Advisor - No Statement
Scott Shoenberger CEO, The Al J. Schneider Company, Board member - No Statement
PNC Bank: Commercial bank that offers personal and business banking services Sponsor - No Statement
United Parcel Service, Inc. Sponsor = No Statement
White Castle: Fast food chain, Sponsor - No Statement
Wendy's/Arby's Group, Inc: Fast food restaurant chain, Sponsor - No Statement
Thorntons Gas and Convenience Store: chain headquartered in Louisville, KY., Sponsor - No Statement
The LMPF Corporate Sponsors and Board - No Statement
Humana Inc - No Statement
GE Appliances - No Statement
Churchill Downs Inc - No Statement
KFC Yum! Center - No Statement
Thorntons - No Statement
UPS - No Statement
PNC Bank - No Statement
Old National Bank - No Statement
Park Community Credit Union - No Statement
Breland Group Realtors - No Statement
Hogan Development Company - No Statement
Texas Roadhouse - No Statement
Kroger - No Statement
White Castle - No Statement
Wendy's - No Statement
[Build Back Better Together (BBBT)](https://louisvilleky.gov/government/build-back-better-together), Steering Committee - city planning process for COVID-19 economic recovery.
This process will determine new priorities and priorities from existing plans for Metro to fund and implement. The economic recovery emphasis for Metro will be on entrepreneurship, talent development/upskilling.
The economic recovery process should be led by public health and lessons learned from COVID-19.
While community can participate in workgroups to brainstorm initial ideas, community does not have decision-making power for final decisions about priorities.
- Demanding to see the process that guarantees community has final decision making power
- Demanding the process change to ensure community has final decision making power
- Demand Steering Committee and other participants refuse to work with Metro until demands are met
Build Back Better Together Co-Chairs
- Mary Ellen Weiderwhol, Louisville Forward (economic development) - Email Mary Ellen Weiderwhol
- Kendall Boyd, Chief Equity Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Steering Committee members - View the list of Members
Microsoft is launching their AI Moving to Work initiative in Louisville.
We will target Microsoft in a social media campaign around firing these offices and meeting demands
Y’all don’t get promote/implement your #futureofwork partnership in Louisville without making a public statement regarding where & with whom y’all stand.
Do you stand with our city, crying out for #justiceforBreonnaTaylor or do you stand with the cowards who are allowing her murderers to run free? We need your answer, we are watching you #techwontbuildit