NNIP Idea Showcase & Network Update, July 2015
Partners expressed the desire for continued interactions among partners between in-person meetings. So far, Idea Showcases have given several partners the chance to share ideas and projects they were working on, and to connect with other interested partners after the webinar. Our third Idea Showcase of 2015 is back by popular demand!
NNIP HQ started with a quick update on network activities, followed by a series of presentations from partners...
April Urban (Cleveland) presented on the Neighborhood Stabilization Team's web application used to serve a variety of clients and data needs in one place.
Brian Karfunkel (New York) unveiled plans for a new, easy framework for creating specialized microsites to be released on GitHub.
Cheryl Knott & Johanna Busch (Baltimore) covered their recent Data Day and shared insights from the planning process.
Holly St. Clair (Boston) shared the development of a new app used to connect youths with jobs more easily.
Laura Simmons (Charlotte) demo'ed the new Quality of Life Explorer, a source for North Carolina data and interactive visualizations.
Mary Buchanan (New Haven) shared results from a study conducted using the Neighborhood Change Database to explore segregation and income inequality.