February 3, 2017
TO OUR INVERSANT COMMUNITY,
Last Friday evening, the President of the United States signed an executive order that restricts people from specific countries from entering the United States. This executive order could disrupt the lives of our Inversant families. While this situation continues to play out and remains uncertain, let us be certain about our commitment to our community and our families. Let us strengthen our resolve and embrace the immeasurable benefits of diversity and inclusion that is inherent in our communities and our lives. We joined the hundreds of thousands of people around the country and around the world—at city halls, in airport terminals and marching in the streets—making our voices and our mission heard. We must continue to embrace our core values of acceptance, diversity and openness.
Inversant’s mission is more important than ever to ensure that through parental engagement, every low-to-moderate income family has the resources and understanding they need to achieve their goals for higher education. At a time when college graduates earn 70 percent more than those without degrees, it is imperative that we continue our work in our communities.
We are committed to upholding these values and continue to advocate for our community, the community that makes us strong.
|Founder, Chair of the Board