Posted by: Gordon on 12/21/2015

This year, Gamaliel leaders won advances toward community schools, fairer discipline policies and free public transit for students across the country. Our advocacy helped create programs and resources to provide youth and adults with alternatives to prison in New York, Wisconsin, and elsewhere.

More women and people of color will access jobs and training because of our work this year, as the federal government drops barriers like outdated rules on apprenticeship programs and allows some new flexibility for transportation infrastructure project hiring.

In some ways though, our biggest story of the year has been the discernment process of looking into our own organization and work. This led us to a new vision of Gamaliel and our work to build a better world. I invite you to review our year, learn about some of the internal changes we are making, and hear how we will go forward in the attached video.

Together we’ll do great things in 2016.


Rev. John Welch, Board Chair
Rev. David Bigsby, chair Council of Presidents
Ana Garcia-Ashley, Executive Director

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