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Free Online Resource Guide: Engaging Community Voice (CB-18B8)


On May 24, 2018 the Community Foundation hosted an interactive panel on Engaging Community Voice with Ryan Rinn, Director of Storefront for Community Design, Albert Walker, Director of Healthy Communities at Bon Secours Health System, Mary Thompson, 65-year resident of Church Hill, and Chanel Bea, founding member of Engage Richmond. Ebony Walden Consulting, a practice that specializes in community engagement, facilitated.

The Engaging Community Voice panel delved into the collective wisdom and experience of the panelists who have worked on issues of neighborhood planning, revitalization and design, community health, civic engagement, housing and other pressing issues that face our community. They reflected on the diversity of ways they have engaged residents in community change as they actively dialogue with the audience about engaging community voice in their work.

Capacity: 40 Date: 05/24/2018 Location: Online Instructor: Ebony Walden and Panel

  • Engaging Community Voice Panel Bios
  • Engaging Community Voice Panel PowerPoint
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed