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Dan Grossman

Dan Grossman

Treasurer

Dan was the founder and owner of a chain of office supply stores in Washington DC and New York City. He has been actively involved in a number of non-profit organizations in the US and internationally that promote individual freedom. He is past Chairman of the Board and a continuing Board Member of the Atlas Network and Foundation for Economic Education. He is also a current Board Member of a number of other non-profits. Additionally he serves as an advisor to a number of private companies. He is a graduate in Economics from Miami University (Ohio) and has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University in New York.

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15-Minute Cities Will Solve Inequality

Old Enough! Is a Japanese TV series that follows young children running their first errand alone. In the first episode of season two, we saw 5-year-old Ken travel to his neighborhood grocery store in Western Tokyo. His mission, handed down from his mother, was to

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Urban Action Lab

The Urban Action Lab and Charter Cities Institute to Collaborate on Enriching the Programming of the Africa Urban Lab at the new Zanzibar Campus of the African School of Economics

New Research Hub To Focus on Educating the African City Builders, Urban Planners, and Municipal Leaders of Tomorrow Using Innovative Approaches to Urban Development. March, 2024 The Charter Cities Institute (CCI), in collaboration with the Urban Action Lab (UAL) has announced a significant partnership to

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Student Diaries: Subilo Banda on Charter Cities

Our new blog series called Student Diaries Perspectives on Urbanization 038 Development aims to amplify student voices on urbanization and development issues in Africa Our first blog is by Subilo Banda a student at the University of Zambia discussing an alternative avenue to fostering economic

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