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November 5, 2020 – Building A City We Can All Afford III: Panel of Memphis’ leaders talking about what they learned from the series and what they think we should be doing.
Panelists Include: *Roshun Austin – President/CEO, Works Inc. *Scott Kern – President, KRN Development *Safari Love – Director of Operations, Design Love Studios *Joyce Selina Love – Architect, Design Love Studios*Brent Hooks – CAO, Allworld Project Management *Mariko Krause – Program Associate, MMDC
November 5, 2020 – Building A City We Can All Afford III: Best Practices from Peer Cities
Speakers: *Michael Braverman: architect of the Vacant to Value program in Baltimore *Reginald Scott: works for the Detroit Land Bank Authority that runs an incentive program for educators, city employees, etc. to buy properties *John Shepard: from Elmington Partners who is successfully building affordable housing in Memphis and other cities across the Southeast and beyond
October 22, 2020 – Building A City We Can All Afford II: Best Practices from Peer Cities
Featuring: * Steve Luoni: architect with University of Arkansas designing affordable housing solutions * Shannon Jaax: works for Kansas City where she oversees the redevelopment of closed school campuses into neighborhood assets * Tamara Dudukovich: developer in Pittsburgh delivering affordable and market-rate renovations while focused on a triple bottom line.
September 24, 2020 – Building A City We Can All Afford I: Doug McGowen, COO of Memphis discusses some of Memphis’ challenges.
September 24, 2019 – OpportunityMEM: A Financial Investment for Community Growth
January 23, 2018 – Planning Matters presents Joe Nickol & Kevin Wright: Economic Uncovery and Jake Hodesh: Investing in Place by Investing in People
Nickol, Wright and Hodesh Presentation
Joe Nickol, Kevin Wright and Jake Hodesh Video
September 25, 2017 – Planning Matters presents Jeff Tumlin: Planning as if People Mattered: How our Current Approach to Mobility Makes us Fat, Poor, Angry, and Depressed. How Technology will Worsen Things and What to Do to Fix It
Jeff Tumlin Presentation
Jeff Tumlin Video