Julie Rusk

Chief Civic Wellbeing Officer, City of Santa Monica

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Julie Rusk on KCRW

Santa Monica is worried about people’s happiness, and has founded an Office of Civic Wellbeing.

Is it always sunny in Santa Monica? The city works to improve citizens' well-being

Santa Monica is worried about people’s happiness, and has founded an Office of Civic Wellbeing.

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