January 09 2013
2nd Annual Gallup HOPE Index Forum Set for January 22, 2013, Latest Findings to Be Announced
Washington, D.C. – January 9, 2013 – Operation HOPE and Gallup will hold the 2nd Annual Forum on Tuesday, January 22, 2013, presenting the latest findings of the 2012 Gallup-HOPE Index, a survey measuring financial literacy and the economic energy of young people in the United States. (To attend, or for more information, contact Jodi Brockington at email@example.com or call 917-426-1871)
Event hosts Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO, Gallup, and John Hope Bryant, Operation HOPE founder, chairman, and CEO, welcome Anthony Wilder Miller, Deputy Secretary U.S. Department of Education, and Shane J. Lopez, Ph.D, senior scientist and world’s leading psychologist on hope, Gallup, for the presentation of the 2012 Gallup-HOPE Index Results.
It provides government and business leaders with data about America's youth in grades 5 through 12 and assesses the attitudes and behaviors often ascribed to entrepreneurs. The data could be tapped as a leading indicator for America's future GDP, job growth, and role in the world, as well as inform strategies in education and enterprise sectors about what youth need to be successful in the future.
HOPE and Gallup partnered in 2011, making a multi-year commitment to gain insight into how America’s youth envision their economic future, and how to understand their level of participation in our nation’s economy. The goal of the Gallup-HOPE Index is to identify and empower the nation’s next generation of business builders, so communities can ignite and sustain long-term economic energy.
The Gallup-HOPE Index collaboration capitalizes on the diverse strengths of Gallup research and Operation HOPE outreach and empowerment programs and it is informed by an advisory board of financial literacy and youth and community development experts from government, nonprofit, and corporate backgrounds.
"Operation HOPE and Gallup understand that America's youth are the future workforce and business leaders of this country and that youth achieving their financial goals goes hand in hand with America realizing its economic potential and remaining competitive globally, said HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant, who also serves as Chairman, Subcommittee on the Underserved and
Community Empowerment, U.S. President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability
Gallup has studied human nature and behavior for more than 75 years. Gallup's reputation for delivering relevant, timely, and visionary research on what people around the world think and feel is the cornerstone of the organization. Gallup experts bring impact, insight, intuition, and proven methodologies to solve the world's most complex and important problems.
Both organizations have committed to annually deliver the findings of the Gallup-HOPE Index for the next 100 years.