Transforming Cities Through Citizens
Cities are facing unprecedented challenges and often lack the resources to address them. Mayors are on the front lines and the best among them are tapping into one of the most underutilized resources they have – their citizens – to help them solve some of the toughest problems they face. In a time when trust between people and government is at an all-time low, these city leaders are bringing together the knowledge and creativity of their people, the power of corporate partners, and the expertise of nonprofit organizations to deepen the impact of their work and establish new realities for their cities. This panel will explore how city leaders are leveraging public-private-nonprofit partnerships to create stronger cities, improve lives, and build trust.
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- How cities and local governments can help build trust with their constituents.
- How cities can partner with corporations and nonprofits to address their most pressing issues.
- How citizens can help improve their cities and help solve some of the most pressing issues.
Julia Reusch, Sr. Manager, Community Impact Communications, Comcast NBCUniversal