Time and Place

The Innovative Cities Lecture Series
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Location: Architecture and Urban Planning Building 345

Strategic and Effective Civic and Community Engagement” presentation by Genyne Edwards JD, Partner, P3 Development Group

Lecture Summary

Genyne will share about effective community engagement, drawing on recent experience working on TOD Connects, a transit oriented development neighborhood plan in Walker’s Point. Genyne is a partner at P3 Development Group which provides services in strategy development, process and program design, evaluation and research, and civic and community engagement. She is an experienced consultant and attorney who has worked in community development and social enterprise for more than 15 years.

Please RSVP to sbaile@uwm.edu if you plan on attending!
Pizza will be served, but you will need to provide your own beverage.
AICP-CM credits will be awarded.

Need Parking?

Please checkout Visiting the UW-Milwaukee Campus for transit and non–motorized options and parking.

Need Directions?

Get directions to The School of Architecture and Urban Planning building at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is located at 2131 East Hartford Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Questions, comments?

All lectures are free and open to planners, students, staff, faculty, and friends of the University.
Please contact Sadie Baile, Department of Urban Planning Project Assistant at sbaile@uwm.edu