Seattle Architecture Foundation: Neighborhood Program Development
Responding to a board identified need and excitement for new Seattle Architecture Foundation (SAF) neighborhood-based programming, I led a summer-long process of open and honest dialogue with community leaders and design professionals on how SAF could most benefit Seattle neighborhoods. On behalf of SAF, I met with a total of 26 individuals representing 23 organizations across six Seattle neighborhoods to advise the design of a new program series and writing of a detailed report of future programmatic recommendations for SAF.
Providence Preservation Society: Endangered Places, Emerging Stories (MEP20)
Over the course of 10 weeks I explored 20 buildings featured on the Providence Preservation Society’s (PPS) Most Endangered Properties (MEP) list in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the MEP program. In an effort to create dialogue and build community around preservation in the city, I blogged and tweeted my way through Providence.