Thank you for making the 2013 Neighborhood Summit a success!
The 2013 Neighborhood Summit was attended by nearly 500 attendees from across our region, who came together to learn, share ideas and discover tools to transform their communities.
This year's Neighborhood Summit offered five sessions on a variety of topics from community transformation to intergenerational relationships and art in community. The Summit offered 83 Curbside Consulting time slots, which were "sold out" by the end of the opening session. The Plenary speaker, Doug Shipman, of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, spoke about interreligious change and the history of faith, culture and social action in our region. Click HERE to view Doug's keynote address. The day ended with informal open discussion sessions and a grant workshop for the Neighborhood Fund and One Region Atlanta.
A big thank you goes out to all of those that made the 2013 Neighborhood Summit possible - our sponsors, presenters, speakers, volunteers and Curbside Consultants. Thank you for all that you do!
Would you like to check out pictures from the 2013 Neighborhood Summit? Look for your friends, neighbors and colleagues by clicking HERE.