Meet the Complete Count Committee
As part of a collaboration between Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh, a group of trusted leaders are working together to educate the community and empower all residents living in Allegheny County to complete the 2020 census. This group is known as the Allegheny County-City of Pittsburgh Complete Count Committee (CCC).
The CCC includes voices from a variety of sectors and industries. The committee is diverse in its representation, influential in its reach, and is comprised of trusted leaders within the community—all important characteristics to ensure that the committee has the greatest impact in ensuring that every person in our region is counted.
The CCC is co-chaired by Gregg Behr, Executive Director of the Grable Foundation and Stefani Pashman, CEO of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
The CCC’s first public-facing effort is the creation of a Census 2020 Action Plan. The group is launching three strategies to support the 2020 Census: Examine. Educate. Engage. In addition to explaining their purpose and approach, the action plan also presents several budget scenarios for fundraising purposes.
Executive Director, Grable Foundation
Chief Executive Director, Allegheny Conference on Community Development
University of Pittsburgh Institute of Politics
Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership
Pittsburgh Public Schools
Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network
Latino Community Center
Allegheny Intermediate Unit
Allegheny County Library Association
Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center
Community College of Allegheny County
Allegheny County Labor Council
Pittsburgh Technology Council
Allegheny County Department of Human Services
St. Edmund's Academy
Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project
Pittsburgh Mercy Operation Safety Net
Allegheny Health Network
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
Ya Momz House
Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon University CREATE Lab
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh