Using Data to Tell Your Sustainability Story

APA Florida Chapter

#9131544

Thursday, September 7, 2017
1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

CM | 1.25

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Overview

In local government, we often struggle to "toot our own horns" for a variety of reasons. At the same time, we're in the midst of a global trend where citizens are demanding transparency and pathways to participation. Attempts to accommodate these requests are creating more demands on our already overburdened staff. This session will walk you through a simple story-telling framework and process that will address both of these needs. Pulling from the experiences of two very different communities, the Facilitator will engage participants directly in the process through small group exercises and will leave the session with a framework.

Speakers

Kim Lundgren

Invited Speaker

Kim Lundgren, Env SP, KLA, CEO. KLA is a woman-owned, benefits corporation that delivers solutions to create sustainable communities. Kim has spent the last 16 of which have been spent working with local governments to design, secure funding for, implement, and evaluate sustainability programs focused on climate change adaptation and ... Read More

Majora Carter

Invited Speaker

Bronx, NY

Contact Info

Henry Bittaker, hbittaker@aol.com