Opinion: Atlanta needs more spaces for play and creativity
In a guest column in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Brandon Hinman and Joe Waters urge more opportunities for children and their families in Atlanta to see, touch and experience art.
Child care is broken. Silicon Valley thinks it can fix that, too.
A recent article featured in Quartz highlights Capita’s work to improve the lives of children and families through innovation and creativity.
The common good, human flourishing, and a relentless focus on the future.
Check out the recent interview with our founders Joe Waters, Brandon Hinman, and Grady Powell in the September 2018 issue of TOWN Magazine.
The American dream is dead. Or so 48% of America's millennials have concluded, according to a new Harvard survey.
An op-ed about reviving the American Dream written by Capita Co-Founder and CEO Joe Waters appeared in Investor’s Business Daily.