MAKING INCLUSIVE URBAN PLACES

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Date:

November 1

Time:

09:00 am - 01:00 pm

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Organizer

Georgetown Urban & Regional Planning Program

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Venue

Georgetown School of Continuing Studies

640 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Washington, DC, US, 20001

A half-day research workshop exploring the place management strategies which make urban places socially inclusive.

Please join the Georgetown Place Leadership Project for a half-day research workshop exploring the place management strategies which make urban places socially inclusive to people from across the Washington metropolitan region.  For more information on the Place Leadership Project, please see www.placeleadership.org. 

FINAL AGENDA

MAKING PLACE INCLUSIVE

8:15am Networking Breakfast

9:00am Welcome and Introduction

Uwe Brandes, Faculty Director, Urban & Regional Planning Program

9:15am Reflection: What is Place-based Inclusion?

Anita Cozart, Deputy Director, DC Office of Planning; Former Managing Director, Policy Link

9:45am Panel Discussion: Typologies of Place-based Social Inclusion Practice

Lucresha Murphy, Manager, Alexandria “Parknership” Program

Anwar Saleem, Executive Director, H Street Main Street

Al Frank, Eden Center, Senior Vice President, Capital Commercial Properties, Inc.

Neil Burka, Senior Regional Property Manager, Federal Realty Investment Trust

John Tschiderer, Senior VP of Development, Federal Realty Investment

Stacie West, Director of Parks Projects, NoMA Parks Foundation

Pat Revord, Director of Technology and Community Engagement, The Wharf

10:45am Keynote:Place-based Strategies of Inclusion in Mexico City

Gabriella Gomez Mont, Former Director of Innovation, Municipality of Mexico City; Visiting Fellow, Georgetown Global Cities Initiative

11:15am Panel Discussion: Implementation Challenges

Moderator: Ellen McCarthy, Faculty, Urban & Regional Planning Program, Georgetown University

Neil Albert, President & CEO, Downtown DC BID

Hansel Bauman, Campus Architect, Gallaudet University; Co-Founder, DeafSpace Project

Eric Rasch, Operations Manager, Silver Spring Civic Building at Veterans Plaza at Montgomery County

Stacie West, Director of Parks Projects, NoMA Parks Foundation

12:15pm Conclusion and Next Steps

12:30pm Lunch on the Overlook

2:00pm Adjourn

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