The Zero Mindset: Homelessness as a Solvable Problem—Rosanne Haggerty, Community Solutions
Location:Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building
Audience:Open to the Public
Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science & Public Policy and the Department of Psychology's Herbert Sydney Langfeld Visiting Lectureships
Several U.S. communities have ended chronic or veterans homelessness in the past two years, with dozens more now making measurable progress toward that goal. All are part of the Built for Zero movement. The “zero mindset” and a new problem-solving infrastructure are at the heart of this shift. Rosanne Haggerty, President of Community Solutions, the organization behind Built for Zero, will share the zero mindset approach and explore with the Princeton community how this movement to end homelessness can be spread and accelerated using insights from behavioral science.
She will be on campus in April as part of the Herbert Sidney Langfeld Visiting Lectureship, in association with the Department of Psychology and the Kahneman-Treisman Center.