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Hacking the Public Engagement Process: Innovative Approaches for Developers

Date:
June 22, 2016
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Gensler San Francisco
Address:
2 Harrison Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, 94105 United States
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Co-sponsored by Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR)

Under-planned or short-sighted public engagement strategies can create unintended roadblocks to development and are often set up for failure and contentiousness. Join us for a lively discussion with our expert panelists as they share successful examples of public engagement on a variety of project types, showing how meaningful outreach can lead to win-win outcomes that yield higher value and often an accelerated approval process. Geared towards a development audience, this event is open to all interested in “hacking” new and more effective ways of engaging communities in the development process.

Moderator:

Brooke Ray Rivera, Executive Director, Build Public

Speakers:

Lou Vasquez, Managing Director, BUILD
Dan Parham, Co-Founder, Neighborland
Sarah Syed, Founder, Sage Vista & Project Manager, Owlized
Neil Hrushowy, Director of Citywide Design Group, San Francisco Planning Department

Agenda:

5:30 PM –  Registration
6:00-7:00 PM –  Panel & discussion
7:00-7:15  PM –  Audience Q&A
7:15-8:00 PM –   Hosted reception

Cost:*

Member/Nonmember
Private Sector – $20 / $50
Public & Nonprofit – $15 / $30
YLG (under 35) – $15 / $30
Students & Retired – $10 / $20
* Registration closes on 6/21. Sponsor eligible.

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