Building for the Future
Unity Care has completed its five-year Strategic Plan for 2021-26. Powered by Stanford Business School’s ACT Program, our executive leadership and board of directors worked through six months of extended sessions to define our roadmap for growth and excellence.
Along with a refinement of our mission, vision and values, the Strategic Plan calls for specific action on five key initiatives:
Unity Care's Next Five Years
This video gives you the full picture for Unity Care’s overall direction and strategy, as we transform the lives of Transition-Age Youth who are emerging from the foster system.
CEO André Chapman is joined by board president Carl Agers and board director Mark Lange, to highlight Unity Care’s 28 years of effective support for these youth, explain our new strategic plan, and consider its larger implications for the youth we serve. Our Strategic Plan was facilitated by Stanford Business School alumni working pro bono with our board of directors and executive leadership team.
We consulted and gained guidance from a wide spectrum of players in TAY youth services — from public sector leaders in Bay Area cities and counties, to peer organizations, to foundations, donors and funders.