If you were 30 years old in 1969, you had a 90 percent chance of making more than your parents at the same age. Today, that number is below 50 percent, making millenials the first generation in America to be worse off than their parents. If we think about our economy as a ladder, with each passing decade, it feels like the rungs are getting farther out of our reach and harder for us to hold onto.

Together, we can create a new economic mobility strategy and build a new Chattanooga Dream. Join us.