Joe Coletti is co-founder and CEO of the Better Yes Network, which connects nonprofit organizations and donors to restore individuals and communities through personal relationship and responsibility. He led the North Carolina Government Efficiency and Reform (NC GEAR) initiative, which included an exploration of PFS contracts in human services, education and public safety. He joined Pay For Success (PFS) pioneer Jitinder Kohli and others in a paper on PFS for the Center for American Progress.
Coletti was the director of health and fiscal policy studies for the John Locke Foundation in North Carolina and policy specialist for the State Policy Network, which supported state-focused, liberty- minded policy institutes. He has degrees from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
A primer for policymakers on a new and innovative approach to public-private partnerships in social service delivery