Last year, members engaged with EMPath’s Research & Evaluation department on a shared data collection project. 13 organizations submitted data on a total of roughly 1,700 households. You can read about some of the initial findings and see which members submitted data inside the report. We are very excited about this, as this kind of collaboration is incredibly rare in the human service sector. While the data is still nascent, we know that this is just the beginning of a groundbreaking project that has the potential to change the face of economic mobility programs.