Program

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REGISTRATION CLOSED

However, as always, the Summit is free and open to everyone, so please join us:

Saturday March 11, 2017 

The Summit, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Cintas Center

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

8 am -8:50 Opening Remarks

Opening: Mayor John Cranley

Plenary:  Eileen Cooper Reed
Eileen is a well known and highly regarded Cincinnati activist, formerly the President of Cincinnati Public Schools Board and currently working to advance intersections in equity.

 

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Time Awards:  
Vice Mayor David Mann Announcing the Annual Neighborhood Summit Community Awards
City Manager Harry Black Announcing this year’s Engage Cincy! winners

 

New this year:  Building Equity Workshops. 
Join other community members in a series of engaging and active sessions that explore building equity in our communities as it relates to health, safety, transportation, housing, economy, infrastructure and education. Led by Sarah Corlett, Jeffrey Stec, Dan Joyner 

 

Sessions 

9:05 – 9:45 Social Equity: What it Means for Parks and Recreation
  Daniel Betts  
  Protecting Diversity as Revitalization Advances
  Kathleen Norris • John Yung
  How Co-living Can Build a Community
  Alyssa McClanahan
10:00 – 10:40 Preschool Promise: Leveling the Playing Field with a Strong Foundation for our Children 
  Stephanie Byrd • Greg Landsman • Emily Lewis • Vanessa White
  For Us, by Us: A Collaborative Approach to Neighborhood Vitality
  Marissa Burroughs Reed • Tyler Wolf • Sam McKinley • Ryan Geismar
  Striving for Nutritional Equity for Children Starting at the Age of “Minus 9 Months”
  Anne Van Kirk
10:55 – 11:35 Golden Cincinnati: Making the Queen City a Great Place to Age
  PG Sittenfeld • Jock Pitts • Nina Creech
  Leveling the Playing Field with Your City Budget
  Brian  N. Gay • Ann Marie Kerby
  Neighborhood Stabilization: Stopping the Freefall and Turning the Corner
  Deborah Robb • Freddie Stevens III • Ed Cunningham 
   
1:20 – 2:00 It Takes a Village: Making Cincinnati a Better Place for All Youth
  Yvette Simpson • Valerie Daley • Emma Shirey • Youth Commission of Cincinnati
  Making Your Business a Reality: How the City of Cincinnati is Making it Easier for First Time Business Owners
  Matthew Shad  •  Rodney Ringer • Lindsey Florea
  Greening Cincinnati – Putting Equity at the Heart of Cincinnati’s Sustainability Efforts
  Ollie Kroner • Samantha Reeves  • Markiea Carter  • Nina Creech 
2:15 – 2:55 Transportation Equity in Cincinnati: Connecting People to Jobs and the Community Around Them
  Pete Metz • Wade Johnston
  Starting From the Bottom: Building A Culture of Opportunity in Our Neighborhoods
  Derrick Braziel
  Who They Is: Empowering Youth to Work on Change in their own Communities
  Jasmine Humphries
3:10 – 3:40 Body Cameras: Commitment + Innovation = Transparency
  Captain Doug Wiesman  • Kristen Cosgrove • Sgt. Ryan Smith
  Building a High-Tech Education Pipeline in the West End
  Michael Beck  • Deborah Allsop
  Department of Public Services’ Street Sweeping Program: Sustaining Our Neighborhoods
  Mary Ferguson • Maraskeshia Smith
Workshops  
9:05 – 9:45 Building Equity:  Intro
  Sarah Corlett • Jeffrey Stec •  Dan Joyner
10:00 – 10:40 Building Equity: Explore the problem
  Sarah Corlett • Jeffrey Stec •  Dan Joyner
10:55 – 11:35 Building Equity: Make sense of the problem
  Sarah Corlett • Jeffrey Stec •  Dan Joyner
1:30 – 2:00 Building Equity: Brainstorm solutions
  Sarah Corlett • Jeffrey Stec •  Dan Joyner
2:15 – 2:55 Building Equity: Refine ideas and plan next steps
  Sarah Corlett • Jeffrey Stec •  Dan Joyner
3:10 – 3:40 Building Equity: Gallery Walk

 

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