Bob Giloth CV

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  CURRICULUM VITA ROBERT GILOTH 26 6 th  Street S.E. Washington, DC 20003 (202) 547-8201 (home) (410) 223-2908 (work) Personal Information Born: October 6, 1950; Evanston, Illinois Education   B.A.  University of Colorado (Phi Beta Kappa), 1972 (History). M.U.U.P.  University of Illinois at Chicago,1978 (City Planning). Specialized in housing and community development. Ph.D.  Cornell University, January 1989 (City and Regional Planning) Specialized in urban and regional theory; organizational theory; and housing economics. Positions Held   Vice President, Center for Community and Economic Opportunity, Annie E. Casey Foundation. September 2010-Present. Directs Foundation investments in promoting family economic well-being and family-supporting communities. Director , Family Economic Success, Annie. E. Casey Foundation. January 2002  –   2010. This unit is devoted to developing workforce, work support, and asset-building approaches that strengthen families and communities Senior Associate , Annie E. Casey Foundation. Responsible for designing and implementing the foundation’s $30 million multi -site Jobs Initiative, managing economic opportunity portfolio of grants, and managing five sites of the Making Connections family and community building initiative. December 1993  –   December 2001. Executive Director/Executive Vice President , Southeast Community  Organization/Southeast Development, Inc. (SECO/SDI). Director of nationally-known community development agency that implements adult literacy, affordable housing, economic development and community  planning initiatives in southeast Baltimore. July 1988  –   November 1993. Deputy Commissioner , Department of Economic Development, City of Chicago. Managed commissioner’s staff for policy analysis, public informatio n and research and demonstration projects. Coordinated external research contracts, evaluation research and demonstrations, such as business incubators, early warning system, and resource recycling. 1984  –   August 1987. Executive Director , Eighteenth Street Development Corporation. Managed non-profit neighborhood development organization; twenty person staff; real estate development; employment training; housing counseling; fundraising; and community participation. 1976-1980. Publications   “ Laying the Groundwork for Collective Action: A Working Paper  ,”  (2014). Baltimore: The Annie E. Casey Foundation. (with Gail Hayes and Kerri Libby). “ Connecting People to Work: Workforce Intermediaries and Sector Strategies . ”  (Eds). (2014). New York: The American Assembly, Columbia University (with Maureen Conway). “Labor Market Intermediaries,” (2013). In: Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia, (Ed.) Lillian Smith. Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage Publications, Inc. (with Helen Scalise). “Human Capital and Legacy Cities.”  In: Rebuilding America’s Legacy Cities: New Directions for the Industrial Heartland, Allan Mallach (Ed.). New York: American Assembly, Inc. (2012). (with Jillien Meier). Mistakes to Success: Learning and Adapting When Things Go Wrong. (Ed.) New York: iUniverse. (2010). (with Colin Austin). “Philanthropy and Mistakes: An Untapped Resource.” The Foundation Review 1/1 (Winder 2009):115-124. (with Susan Gewirtz). Economic Development in American Cities: The Pursuit of an Equity Agenda. (Ed.). Albany, NY. SUNY Press. (2008). (with Michael Bennett).   Nonprofit Leadership: Life Lessons from an Enterprising Practitioner. New York: iUniverse. (2007). “East Baltimore Revitalization Project: Opportunities and Challenges in Transforming an Urban Neighborhood.” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 10/2 (Spring/Summer, 2005): 127-140. (with Patrice Cromwell and Marsha Schachtel). Workforce Intermediaries for the 21 st  Century. (Ed.). Philadelphia: Temple University Press. (2004). Workforce Development Politics: Civic Capacity and Performance. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. (2004). “Social Enterprise and Urban Rebuilding in the United States.” In” Entrepreneurship: A Catalyst for Urban Regeneration. Paris, France: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): 135-175. (2003). “Workforce Intermediaries: Partnerships for the Future.” Economic Development Quarterly Vol. 17 No. 3, (August 2003). “Getting Results: Outcome Management and The Annie E. Casey Foundation Jobs Initiative,” Innovating, Vol.8, No.1 (2001): 215-219. “Learning From the Field: Economic Growth and Workforce Development in   the 1990s.” Economic Development Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 4 (November 2000). “Community Building on Chicago’s West Side –   North Lawndale, 1960-199 7,” In: Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods. (Eds.) W. Dennis Keating and Norman Krumholz. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 67-86. (1999). “Adapting Rowhomes for Aging in Place: The Story of Baltimore’s “Our Idea   House.” Journal of Housing for the Elderly, Vol. 13, No. 1 / 2, (1999): 3-18. (with Jo Fisher). “Jobs, Equity, and the Mayoral Administration of Harold Washington in Chicago(1983 - 87),” Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 27, No. 1 (1999): 120-146. (with Kari Moe). Jobs and Economic Development: Strategies and Practices. (Ed). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, (1998). “Jobs, Wealth, or Place: The Faces of Community Economic Development,” Journal of Community Practice, Vol. 5, No. 1 / 2 (1998): 11-27. “Making Connections: Job Opportunities and Low -Income Communities.” 1997 Entrepreneurial Economy Review. Washington D.C.: Corporation forEnterprise Development (1997).  “Commentary on “Can Economic Development Programs be Evaluated.” In: Dilemmas of Urban Economic Development. (Eds). Richard D. Bingham and Robert Mier. Thousand Oaks: CA: Sage Publications (1997): 278-284. “Equity Development in Chicago: Rober Mier’s Ideas and Practice.” EconomicDevelopment Quarterly, Vol. 19, No.3 (August 1996): 201-216. (with Wim Wiewel). “Social Justice and Neighborhood Revi talization in Chicago: The Era of Harold Washington, 1983- 1987.” In: (Eds) W. Dennis Keating, Norman Krumholz, and Philip Starr. Lawrence, KA.: University of Kansas Press (1996). “Mobilizing Civic Infrastructure: Foundation Supported Job Creation,”  National Civic Review, (Summer-Fall 1995): 196-209. “Social Investment in Jobs: Foundation Perspectives on Targeted Economic Development,” Economic Development Quarterly, Vol.9 No.3 (August 1995): 279-289. “Cooperative Leadership for Community Problem Solving,” I n: Social Justice and Local Economic Development, by Robert Mier, with Robert Giloth and Kari Moe. Sage Publications: Newbury Park, CA (1993): 165-181. “The Economic Development of Localities and Neighborhoods.” In: Economic Development in the United States: A Theoretical Perspective. (Eds). Richard D. Bingham, Edward W. Hill, and Robert Mier. Sage Publications: Newbury Park, CA (1993) (with Wim Wiewel and Michael Tietz) “From Cannery Row to Gold Coast in Baltimore: Is this Development?” In: Comparative Studies in Local Economic Development, (Ed). Peter Meyer. Westport Connecticut: Greenwood Press (1993). “Stalking Local Economic Development Benefits: A Review of the Evaluation Issues,” Economic Development Quarterly, Vol.6, No.1 (February 1992): 80-90. “Making Policy With Communities: The Research and Development Division of the Department of Economic Development,” In: Harold Washington and the Neighborhoods: Progressive City Government in Chicago; 1983-1987. (Eds). Pierrre Clavel and Wim Wiewel. (1991). “Designing Economic Development Incentives: The Case of Industrial Development Bonds in Chicago: 1977- 1987,” Policy Studies Review. Vol. 10 No. 2/3 (Spring/Summer 1991): 161-171. “Beyond Common Sense: The Baltimore Renaissance,” Local Economy, Vol. 4, No. 4 (February 1990): 290-297.
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