Program

Registration now open.    
(dinner registration here)

Please join us:

Saturday March 10, 2018 

2018 Neighborhood Summit
8:00 am – 4:00 pm Cintas Center

Registration and breakfast begins 7:15 am, the program begins at 8

Opening Remarks
Mayor John Cranley

Lunch Time Awards:  
Council Member David Mann / Council Member Jeff Pastor Announcing the Annual Neighborhood Summit Community Awards
City Manager Harry Black Announcing this year’s Engage Cincy! winners

Meet and Greet the new City Council.  Meet the new City Council members, greet the old.  After the awards, Council members will join us for “speed dating” – Council members will rotate among the tables for a set time and then move on the whistle.  

Preliminary Program

8:00 – 8:45

 

Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

 

 

 

 

SESSIONS            

9:00 – 9:40

BQ2 

The Engage Cincy Action Team: More than Grants
Harry Black, City Manager • Jake Williams, Invest in Neighborhoods • Leigh Tami, Office of Performance and Data Analytics • Jon Lawniczak, Office of Aging and Accessibility

 

BQ1 

People’s Liberty:  Sharing and Connecting with Neighborhoods and Communities
Eric Avner • Lisa Andrews, People’s Pantry • Tracy Brumfield, RISEUP News• Yemi Oyediran, Queen City Kings

 

C1/2 

Smart Cincy: Defeat the Digital Divide and Boost Civic Engagement 
Zach Huhn, Smart Cincy             

 

C4/5 

Working with Immigrant and Refugee Populations
Alisa Berry • Patrick Reynolds-Berry, Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio

 

 

 

9:50 – 10:30

BQ2 

Building Community Wide Collaboration
Mary Delaney, Community Matters • Adelyn Hall, CLC Institute • Santa Maria

 

BQ1 

Your City Budget: A Two Way Communication
Chris Bigham, Budget Office • Katherine Keough-Jurs, Planning Department

 

C1/2 

Placemaking with Stories
Shawn Braley, Chris Ashwell, Cincy Stories • Angela Ginty, Little Free Library 

 

C4/5 

Linking Community Resources to Provide Better Communication and Healthcare
Norah Bertschy, Dept of Health • Denisha Porter, Dept of Health • Stephanie Harris, Complete Wellness • CDSMP collaborative • Cincinnati Rec

 

 

 

10:40 -11:20

BQ2 

The Art of Communicating + Organizing for Equitable Development
Margy Waller • Caitlin Behle •  Maurice Wagoner •  Katy Heins

 

BQ1 

Mythbusting Affordable Housing: Tenant Experiences
LISC • HOME • Legal Aid • Homeless Coalition           

 

C1/2 

Doing the Business of Community Councils: A Preview of the Community Council Portal for Community Council Board Members 
Invest in Neighborhoods            

 

C4/5 

Language Decoded: Unpacking the Deeper Meaning of Words Used in Community and Urban Development
Voices in the Built Environment • Bradley Cooper

 

 

 

11:40 – 12:40

Lunch/Awards: Community Awards; Engage Cincy! Awards

12:40 – 1:20

 

City Council “Speed Dating” Meet and Greet

 

 

 

 

 

SESSIONS            

1:30 – 2:10

BQ2 

Beyond Robert’s Rules:  How to Facilitate High-Engagement Council Meetings to Build Relationships, Stimulate Learning, and Still Get Stuff Done
Jeffrey Stec

 

BQ1 

Working with News Media: How to Tell Your Neighborhood’s Story
Patrice Watson, Soapbox Media • Lisa Bernard-Kuhn, WCPO • Hillary Copsey, LISC/Independent • Forrest Sellers, Cincinnati Enquirer

 

C1/2 

Steering Equitable Development from the Ground Up
Jenn Arrens, Peaslee Center • Do Development Differently Coalition

 

C4/5 

Communicating for Collective Action: Youth and Grassroots Organizing 
Jasmine Humphries

 

 

 

2:10 – 3:00

BQ2 

Engaging Communities to Share their Passions, Talents and Perspectives
Tommy Rueff, Happen Inc • Chris Glass, PhotoCorps

 

BQ1 

Extending Your Reach Throughout Your Neighborhood
Keith Blake, West End • Patrick Cartier, Avondale

 

C1/2 

Collaboration and Communication for Transformational Change
Barbara Bell, Rothenberg Prep/CBI • Mona Beckford, Evanston Academy/CBI 

 

C4/5 

Using Technology to Enhance Communications for People with Disabilities and Older Adults
Jon Lawniczak, Office of Aging and Accessibility • Hamilton County Development and Disabilities Services • AARP 

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WORKSHOPS      

3:10

BQ2 

Using Data and Dashboards:  Cincy Insights
Leigh Tami, Office of Data Analytics • Lindsey Mithoefer, Building and Inspections with Zoning Division

 

BQ1 

Who Owns Crime?  Refresh/Refocus ……  The Collaborative Agreement and Mutual Accountability 
Dorothy Smoot, Community Police Partnering Center • Iris Roley

 

C1/2 

Communications Planning and Effectiveness for Small Community and Volunteer Organizations 
Robert Wilson. Cincinnati Community Media/Sabercomm • Casey Weldon, Deputy Dir Communications

 

C4/5 

How Can Community Councils and Schools Better Communicate Through LSDMCs to Create a Continuing Dialog and Mutual Benefit? 
Eva Bolton  • CPS Board Members • District Administration • School Site Leaders            

 

 

 

 

 

 

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