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Thursday, April 5 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Panel: Codesigning the Future of Pittsburgh Together

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Free to attend and open to all ages.

As part of Pittsburgh's Inclusive Innovation Week, this panel will highlight organizations who are uniquely engaging community members in their design and implementation process. In the spirit of codesign, each panelist will invite a community member to speak on the panel with them.

Light breakfast will be provided.

Our panelists include:
  • Laura Poskin, the project manager for Age-Friendly PGH, which invites people to rethink how our neighborhoods can be more inclusive to people of all ages.
  • Dr. Kevin Snider, the Chancellor of Penn State New Kensington, which founded The Corner, an entrepreneurial hub in New Kensington that hopes to be the first of many hubs that can give Rust Belt cities the same access to resources and opportunities that bigger cities have. 
  • Dan Dickerman, the Program Coordinator at Homewood Children's Village, whose mission is to improve the lives of Homewood's children and simultaneously reweave the fabric of the community in which they live.

Our moderator:
  • Amanda Kennedy, the founder and principal of Lanternalia, a design research consultancy that focuses on designing the future of health, cities, and communities.

Speakers

Thursday April 5, 2018 8:30am - 10:00am
Spaces Bakery Square 6425 Living Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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