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Monday, July 20 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
20x20 Session

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  1. Do Cities Have Rings? An Interesting Way to Look at Demographic Change in Cities
  2. Mapping Quality of Life: A Tool for Guiding Investments in Community Wellbeing
  3. Economic Development for Everyone: How to Ensure Employment Equity through Local Policy
  4. Building Resiliency Through Local Planning

Speakers
avatar for Reynolds Broker

Reynolds Broker

Community Planning Consultant, The Brick Industry Association
Reynolds Broker is a Community Planning Consultant with the Brick Industry Association. Reynolds oversees the industry’s education and outreach initiatives and is responsible for providing policy and technical information on the building materials regulation on the local level to planners and elected officials in the Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.
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Sarah Halvorson-Fried

Virginia Tech
Sarah is a Master's candidate in Urban and Regional Planning at Virginia Tech. She focuses on community and economic development, and her graduate thesis examines firm-level motivations for racially equitable employment practices. Broadly, she is interested in how planning, policy making, and research can promote equity and widespread prosperity.
avatar for Luke Juday

Luke Juday

Research and Policy Analyst, UVA Demographics Research Group
Luke Juday received a B.A. in political science from Grove City College and a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia. His expertise is in mapping and spatial analysis and he focuses on how demographic trends are related to local government decisions and metropolitan change. Prior to attending graduate school, he worked as a middle school teacher and debate coach, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Gaborone... Read More →
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Sarah Malpass

Associate Planner, Skeo Solutions
Sarah is an associate planner and project manager who provides leadership and technical expertise for collaborative planning and design services in the areas of Superfund site reuse, area-wide brownfield revitalization, and green infrastructure planning. Sarah has a special interest in building capacity in environmental justice communities to facilitate equitable development solutions that provide a foundation for healthy, vibrant community... Read More →



Monday July 20, 2015 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Merrimac Sheraton Waterside Hotel

Attendees (18)