Collaborate With Us
At Siegel Family Endowment, we take an inquiry-based approach and know that our findings are only the beginning of the conversation. We welcome your feedback to this whitepaper, and are always looking for new ways to advance this work.
If you conduct research that relates to this concept, we would love to hear from you and amplify your work through our channels.
If you run a social impact organization, tell us how you’re implementing multidimensional infrastructure systems in your work.
If you serve in any level of government and are interested in enacting some of these ideas, please get in touch with us to share more about your process.
If you have resources relevant to our multidimensional approach (such as reports, frameworks, data-based evidence, or case studies), please share them with us.
Take Action in Your Community
Vote and participate in local civic processes
Use the resources below to check your voter registration and learn about elections at all levels of government.
Find your polling place
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Engage on the issues you care about
Find the issues that you care about and engage with the legislative process by signing petitions, responding to requests for comment on legislation, and participating in public-input hearings. Explore resources on important multidimensional infrastructure topics from trusted partners using the resources below.
Public Interest Technology
- Get involved in a civic technology project using the Civic Tech Field Guide