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Name Organization Title

David Robinson Manufacturing Renaissance Director of External Affairs


Worlee Glover concerned citizens of chatham administrator
G. Sequane Lawrence Fathers, Families and Healthy Communities Executive Manager
Patrick Brutus Coalition of African American Leaders Jobs and Economic Development c
Rev. Joel Washington (Khunanpu Sangoma), PaReformation African American Lutheran MissPastor, Nonprofit Development Fre
Cynthia Stewart Sustainable Options for Urban Living, Inc. S.OExecutive Director
Ronald Milsap Providence Bank & Trust VP Mission Banking & CRA Officer
Valerie F. Leonard Nonprofit Utopia, LLC Founder
Adrienne Irmer IRM Group Consultant
Jacquelyn Baldwin Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) Organizer
Leslie Page-Piper Nonprofit Utopia Founding Member
Leslie Page-Piper. ( second survey submission)Nonprofit Utopia Founding Member
Were you able to attend the What was the topic of your table's What issues did your table discuss du
No Economic Development NA
Yes Economic Development how to develop community consensus on e
Yes Economic Development Process Design, public/private support for c
Yes Job Creation Job creation and the gaps in employment lev
Yes Housing Gentrification, Community Displacement, HUD
Yes Job Creation Expand and support alternative apprenticeshi
Yes Wealth Creation Issue of home ownership, business formation
Yes Wealth Creation Dis-engaged youth; the fact that more season
Yes Economic Development Intentionality around having members of the
Yes Housing Homelessness, affordable housing, programs
No Economic Development N/A
No Economic Development N/A
Were there issues that you would like t If you could choose one topic or issue to put What issues within your table's topic should
Career technical training pipeline and communInclusive industrial policy linked to advanced manufacWe would like to co-host with the Mayor's office, a
Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Will she continue the NOF and Thrive Zone Programs City support of neighborhood development
Yes.. worker -owner cooperatives; community-Need for an regional equitable industrial policy that The need for support for facilitators to assist with
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Too many of those with the greatest need are oCommunity development that is intentional about direct Support combined job training, emotional health & housing option
No. I thought the timing was adequate, I prob Access to Capital for Small Businesses, leveraging the Wealth / Income inequality this is the great chasm
I was not able to participate fully, as I was o Closing the employment gap between blacks and whites Issues: Closing the employment gap between residents
No, I think we had a good conversation The need for a comprehensive citywide and people-d see above
Creating diverse neighborhoods Creating more affordable housing opportunities (rentaAffordable housing. Increasing the amount of affor
N/A See below N/A
N/A Cooperative Economics N/A
Mayor-elect Lightfoot’s values are equity, Two overarching themes from the discussion inclu
NA Although I was unable to attend due to an office situatio
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Our emphasis on neighborhood-focused visioning, plann To create an office of worker-owned businesses like NY a
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Mayor-elect Lightfoot has just named the City'Please share examples of cooperative economics initi
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