Program

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

8:00 – 8:15              Welcome and Introduction

Melissa Baumann, Provost, Chief Academic Officer, XU

Jake Williams, Invest in Neighborhoods

8:15 – 8:35               Opening Remarks

Mayor John Cranley    

 9:00 – 11:20            Concurrent Sessions

11:40 – 12:40           Awards Ceremony
                                                         Join us for:
                                             Councilman David Mann and Councilman Jeff Pastor announcing the 

                                           2018 Neighborhood Summit Community Awards

                                             City Manager Harry Black announcing the winners of
                                           Engage Cincy!

12:40 – 1:20            City Council Meet and Greet
                                             New faces and familiar faces in new roles:  Join us for a fun meet and

                                            greet with the current City Council

1:30 – 3:00              Concurrent Sessions

3:10 – 4:00              Workshops

 

PROGRAM

 

 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS         

9:00 – 9:40

BQ2

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

 

BQ1

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

 

C1/2

Smart Cincy:  Defeat the Digital Divide: Connecting People, Places, Things and Information
Zach Huhn, Venture Smarter 

 

C4/5

Working with Immigrants and Refugees Populations
Alisa Berry • Patrick Reynolds-Berry, Catholic Charities of Southwestern 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

Creating Places for Stories
Shawn Braley, Cincy Stories   • Chris Ashwell, Cincy Stories
Angela Ginty, Cincinnati Development Fund,  Little Free Library   •  Michelle Otten Guenther, Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati, Little Free Library 

 

C4/5

Live Longer, Be Happier
Norah Bertschy, Dept of Health • Denisha Porter, Dept of Health • Stephanie Harris, Complete Wellness • Eric Washington, Dept of Health • Elaine Hordes, Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

10:40 -11:20

BQ2

The Art of Communicating + Organizing for Equitable Development
Margy Waller • Mary Burke Rivers • Caitlin •Behle  Maurice Wagoner •  Josh Spring

 

BQ1

Let’s Talk About Displacement
Noam Gross-Prinz. LISC • Anne Delano Steinert

 

C1/2

Doing the Business of Community Councils: A Preview of the Community Council Portal for Community Council Board Members
 Jake Williams, Invest in Neighborhoods  • Sam Conover, Invest in Neighborhoods • Shawn Mummert, Cincinnati Creative Partners

 

C4/5

Language Decoded: Unpacking the Deeper Meaning of Words Used in Community and Urban Development 
Alexandria Barnes  • Bradley Cooper  •  Jasmine Humphries

 

 

CONCURRENT 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 Neighborhood Center • Jennifer Summers, Peaslee Neighborhood Center

 

C4/5

Communicating for Collective Action: Youth and Grassroots Organizing
CJ “Peace” Houston  •   Andrew Joyner Aprina Johnson  •  Craig Rush

2:20 – 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  
Aprina Johnson, Walnut Hills • 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 • Heather Sturgill, JOVIS • Robert Shuemak, Hamilton County Development and Disabilities Services • Nicole Ware, AARP 

 

 

WORKSHOPS            

3:10

BQ2

Engage with Your City:  City Data Made Easy  
Performance & Data Analytics Staff • Buildings & Inspections Staff

 

BQ1

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

 

C1/2

Communications Planning and Effectiveness for Small Community and Volunteer Organizations 
Robert Wilson. Cincinnati Community Media/Sabercomm • Casey Weldon, Deputy Dir Communications •  Police Sgt. Eric E. Franz • Kait Bell, DCED  •  Christa Hyson, MPH, Cincinnati Health Dept • Sarah Thomas, Grey Rock Development

 

C4/5

Improving Communication and Connections between Schools and Communities 
Eve Bolton, CPS School Board • Lauren Worley, CPS Chief Communications and Engagement Officer • Laura Mitchell, CPS Superintendent • Jeffrey Stec           

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