Bob was a lead consultant and co-architect of a highly successful and roundly applauded multi-year statewide grassroots campaign that convinced New York lawmakers to fund a living wage for direct care workers who support people with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities.
Our #bFair2DirectCare billboard that ran in Times Square in New York City.
One of our many rallies at the State Capitol in Albany, New York.
National Association of Charter School Authorizers, Chicago
Stanhope aided in creation and development of NACSA’s high profile “One Million Lives” campaign to make high quality public schools available to more American children. The campaign launched with a news conference and the National Press Club in Washington, DC and continued with research, media and organizational efforts across the country.
Credo at Stanford
Stanhope has assisted CREDO with the communication and presentation of its nationally respected studies into charter school effectiveness.
FaithActs for Education
Assisted in successful launch, establishment and ongoing work of community organization mobilizing pastors to advocate for better education and related social capital efforts in Bridgeport, CT.
A photo from our launch event.
FaithActs First Annual Faith Leaders Summit.
GWR Medical, Philadelphia, PA
Helped developer of innovative topical oxygen wound therapy secure restoration of New York State certification to serve low-income patients suffering due to debilitating complications from diabetes, ulcers, amputations and other serious, hard-to-heal wounds.
GWR patient Fabiola Serrano of Brooklyn is interviewed by NY1 News Health Correspondent Erin Billups.
Xaverian High School, Brooklyn, NY
Communications and strategic counsel regarding highly respected all-boys Catholic school’s decision to begin accepting females after six decades of single-sex education.
Bullfight critics ranked in rows
Crowd the enormous Plaza full;
But he’s the only one who knows
And he’s the man who fights the bull.”
– Domingo Ortega, Spanish matador (1906–1988)
JFK is said to have carried this poem in his wallet. It was included in Lyndon Johnson’s first briefing as President on Nov. 22, 1963.