States of Innovation: In Depth With Sue Urahn, Pew’s President and CEO

Episode 90

States of Innovation: In Depth With Sue Urahn, Pew’s President and CEO
In Depth With Pew President Sue Urahn

Stat: 67% of U.S. adults think local elected officials care about the people they represent, according to the Pew Research Center.

Story: In the first episode of our season “States of Innovation,” Sue Urahn, Pew’s new president and CEO, discusses the role of state governments as “laboratories of our democracy,” where innovative thinking can be paired with policies informed by data to address long-standing problems.

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States of Innovation

Sue Urahn on How Data Leads to Good Public Policy

Trust in Government

Gathering the Evidence, Making the Case

How States Are Innovating to Meet Today’s Challenges

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States of Innovation From 'After the Fact'
States of Innovation From 'After the Fact'

States of Innovation From 'After the Fact'

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The latest season of Pew’s “After the Fact” podcast looks at the innovative solutions some states are developing to meet long-standing problems. From making small loans more affordable for consumers, to improving community flood preparedness, to designing corridors for wildlife to migrate safely across high-traffic roads—protecting animals and drivers—state leaders are working together to tackle big challenges.

After the Fact

States of Innovation