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Mrs. Collette Caprara


DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society, The Heritage Foundation

Mrs. Collette Caprara

Mrs. Collette Caprara is an editor for the DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society, part of The Heritage Foundation. Mrs. Caprara served for 10 years as a writer and editor at Bob Woodson’s National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise and, prior to that, for five years as an editor of The World & I magazine, a publication of The Washington Times Corporation.  Her career has focused on the importance of family and community structures to civil society and an empowerment-based approach to poverty that recognizes and builds on the capacity of low-income men and women, providing opportunity for upward mobility and self-sufficiency.



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