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Community Engagement Lessons from the Pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
Brittany Cloyd
15:06
Kentucky
Brandy Sutherland
15:08
Kansas
Stephanie Norton
15:10
Fort Worth, Texas
Zachary Moore
15:11
Oxford, Ohio
Taylor Firestine
15:11
Indianapolis
Shannon Ng
15:12
CA
Shelby Coshow
15:12
Portland, Oregon
Andrea Orest
15:12
Cook County, MN
Mary Weber
15:13
St Petersburg, FL
Karly Behncke
15:13
Bay Area, California
Theresa Vallez-Kelly
15:14
CA
Justin Mondok
15:14
Youngstown, OH
Bruce Brubaker
15:14
Berkeley
Alicia Brown, WALKSacramento
15:15
Sacramento, CA
Max Fulkerson
15:15
Michigan
Dave Cowan
15:15
Minneapolis, MN
Lloyd Jordison
15:15
Berea, Kentucky
Marisol Gonzalez
15:16
New York City
Katie McGarry
15:16
Charlotte, NC
Adam BellCorelli
15:16
Neenah, WI
Pepe Barros
15:16
Madison, WI
Tony Smith
15:17
Lakewood, WA
kim McLennan
15:17
Maple Ridge BC, Canada
Peggy Arnest
15:18
Fresno, CA
Emily Strickler
15:18
Las Vegas, NV
Amanda Poncy
15:19
Virginia
Wendy Miller
15:19
North Carolina
Jana Renner
15:19
El Paso, TX
Nat Shreffler
15:19
Portland, OR!
Dale Callender
15:19
New Jersey
David Ortega
15:19
Greensboro NC
Courtney Jemison
15:20
Near Buffalo, New York
Wayne Beyer
15:20
Wahpeton, North Dakota
Michelle Lieberman
15:20
California
Carlotta Sainato
15:21
Napa, CA
Taylor Ricketts
15:21
Kansas
Vanessa Cascio
15:21
Arizona
William Riviere
15:21
Toms River, New Jersey
Keopu Reelitz
15:21
Kailua, HI
Rebecca Marsile
15:21
Orange County, Ca
Kara Schirmer
15:22
Cincinnati, Ohio
Greg Hobbs
15:22
Illinois / St. Louis, MO
Meghan Smith
15:23
West Chester PA
Maria Minaglia
15:23
Orange County, CA
Austin Golles
15:23
Michigan
Larry Davis
15:23
Atlanta, GA
Angelica Hight
15:23
St. Cloud MN
Danielle Bryant
15:23
Oklahoma
Bill Hammes
15:24
Minnesota
Ally Ketron
15:24
Knoxville, TN
Dorothy Wong
15:24
LA County, CA
Amir Farshchi
15:24
Bloomington, IN
Katie Alexander
15:24
Michigan
Ayesha Mehrotra
15:24
Boston, MA
Emily thibault
15:25
Springfield MA
William Kinahan
15:25
Near Toronto, Canada
Andrew Murphy
15:25
Missouri
Ashleigh Wilson
15:26
Nashville, TN
Micajah Anderson
15:26
New Bern, North Carolina
Theresa Tejada
15:27
Michigan
Ruth Rosas
15:27
Chicago
McKayla Rollins
15:28
Oregon
Mary Ahern
15:31
Arizona
Meghan Smith
15:32
West Chester, PA
Adam Palmer
15:33
Utica, NY
Jose Palma
15:33
Palo Alto, CA
Sara Schooley
15:35
Wisconsin!
Tou Moua
15:35
fresno california
Diana Ramirez
15:36
Tampa FL
Joseph Amorosa
15:37
New Jersey
Lindsey Jorgensen
15:37
Missouri
KAITLAND FINKLE
15:39
Brevard, NC
Christie Walton
15:40
Georgia
Peggy Arnest
15:44
California
Jenny Hansen
15:47
Toledo ohio
Patrick Crone
15:47
Adams & Brown Counties Ohio
Zachary Hallock
15:47
Carrboro, NC
kathryn goldberg
15:49
San Diego, California
Robin Perry
15:49
Cleveland, OH
Leslie Lara-Enríquez
15:53
California
Beth Tidwell
15:54
California
Courtney Ivey
15:59
Bishop, California
Elizabeth Morland
16:00
Ontario Canada
Wanda Cruz
16:01
Sullivan County NY
Shuchi Gupta
16:07
Durham, NC
Kenna Davis
16:09
Denver, CO
Jonathan Fuller
16:15
Oakland County, MI
Jenny Godwin
17:44
Lakewood, CO
Kristen Zeiber
20:01
Today’s discussion board is through the Miro platform: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l756b40=/
Natasha Riveron
23:19
Today’s discussion board is through the Miro platform: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l756b40=/
David Genova
24:30
Montgomery County, PA
Natasha Riveron
24:34
For those who have just joined, today’s discussion board is through the Miro platform: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l756b40=/
Winnie Gee
25:39
Will the resources in the Miro platform be available/accessible after the call?
Kristen Zeiber
26:41
Hi Winnie - Yes! We can share today’s slideshow, and we’ll be synthesizing the feedback in a final report to be distributed to participants within the next few weeks.
Winnie Gee
27:10
Great, thank you so much!
Justine Recio
27:24
These are fantastic resources, thank you!
Katja Dillmann
27:36
If we're not madly downloading the resources off of the Miro board right now, can we access them later?
Quilian Riano
27:42
Thanks Terry
Natasha Riveron
29:21
Yes, we will all be able to access the resources on this board after the presentation!
Kristen Zeiber
30:43
Hi all! It seems like some of you aren’t able to directly download the .pdfs so I’ll send along the URLs for you to access
Natasha Riveron
31:05
We can make sure to follow up with links to the resources after this webinar!
Katja Dillmann
31:20
Thanks
Theresa VK
31:43
K-12 education
Kristin Roe
33:38
Food giveaways, health fairs
Avana Andrade
33:41
Volunteer ambassador program
Alexis Romero Stewart
33:41
Food Pantries, food and book drives
Nat Shreffler
33:43
In Portland we have an on-going food delivery program via bicycle! Partnering with Oregon Food Bank.
David Genova
33:46
Building a community garden
Katie McGarry
33:47
canstruction
Karen Mohammadi
33:58
Bike safety fairs
Carlotta Sainato
33:59
bike trail clean-up event
KAITLAND FINKLE
33:59
Tree planting
Lauren Hassel
34:05
Temporary Traffic Gardens at schools
Avana Andrade
34:07
Same: clean up events
Alicia Brown, WALKSacramento
34:10
food distribution events
Pepe Barros
34:22
street safety audits
Toni Whitler
34:28
SOLV events each year draws 100s to Salem Parks
Sara Sundquist
34:29
Our winning team of our walking challenge was awarded $1000 toward a non profit local agency of choice
Yemaly Alexander
34:47
Food distribution events and Health event
Kristen Zeiber
35:34
These are great! Feel free to add these ideas to stickies in the Miro board, or else I can make sure we capture these thoughts for our final report.
Jose Palma
37:39
Not only no access to internet - they still might struggle to under how to connect to the meeting or how to participate. Or they are English learns and are too shy to share their thoughts.
Katja Dillmann
37:42
Digital literacy
Olivia Aikala
37:43
Will you be sending out the presentation slides after this event?
Toni Whitler
37:48
About 6% in Salem Oregon so not have access to internet
Hai-Ping Mo
38:09
we found many people can use phone to access online survey
Katja Dillmann
38:09
People have access but do not understand how to use the platforms or to connect to these tools
Justine Recio
38:19
Our service area is primarily 55+ communities
Alicia Brown, WALKSacramento
39:24
language access + digital technology education has been a challenge for us
Sara Sundquist
42:35
People have access, but it's not reliable access
Natasha Riveron
45:23
We will be sharing the slides, resources, and recording after this webinar.
Ashleigh Wilson
49:24
We are starting to work with artists now to help with our pedestrian memorials
Lauren Hassel
49:30
sidewalk art, murals, signage
Katie McGarry
49:46
Murals
Rebecca Rodni
49:48
Worked with artists to create with elementary school students murals behind the sidewalk that celebrated the school, walking and traffic safety.
Avana Andrade
50:01
Climate Ribbon event, art installations
Diana Ramirez
50:22
It is Colombia, no u in the name.
Kayla Thompson
50:43
Kids on Bikes in Colorado Springs has a local non profit of artists who decorate our bike libraries (which are shipping connex/containers that store bikes which allows for access to bikes in certain communities and schools)
Claudia Diggs
51:17
https://www.brooklynpark.org/city-projects/center-for-innovation-and-the-arts/
Natasha Riveron
51:19
Thanks for sharing your examples, everyone!
Katja Dillmann
58:03
Were they paid? That seems like a lot of time!
Kristin Roe
01:01:17
Our school uses Kahoot for the kids which is super fun!
Adam Palmer
01:01:25
SurveyMonkey!
Andrew Murphy
01:01:28
WebEx
Ray Atkinson
01:01:32
Remix
Theresa Tejada
01:01:35
Google JamBoard
Nat Shreffler
01:01:36
BlueJeans
Jervelle Fort
01:01:37
I love Kahoot!
Brittany Cloyd
01:01:39
H5P for interactive activities, drag/drops, etc.
William Dean
01:01:40
Kahoot is fun
Theresa VK
01:02:00
Jam board, flippity.net, surveymonkey, kahoot
Courtney Jemison
01:02:06
GoToMeetings
Kristin Roe
01:02:16
Oh, and FlipGrid!
Kristen Zeiber
01:02:29
These are great! We’ll add them to our list.
Toni Whitler
01:02:38
ESRI HUB, Storyboard
Mary Weber
01:02:52
ArcGIS Online
Kristen Zeiber
01:04:51
Here’s the Miro board link again for our discussion: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l756b40=/
Theresa Tejada
01:05:31
A takeaway from this presentation for me is don’t forget youth and seniors!
Natasha Riveron
01:08:12
If you have questions, feel free to drop them here in the chat!
Justine Recio
01:09:28
I like the idea of a pop-up or kiosk in the neighborhood.
Natasha Riveron
01:09:54
^agreed. Has anyone here done these successfully?
Justine Recio
01:10:21
Thank you!
Karly Behncke
01:10:43
What's been the most effective way of incorporating translation services in interactive community meetings
Nat Shreffler
01:10:47
Are the resources going to be sent via email?
Bruce Brubaker
01:11:10
thanks for the interesting presentation and important work in Cleveland.
Desira Blanchard
01:11:17
I would also love to hear the response to Karly Behnckle's question about translation services
Claudia Diggs
01:12:19
Check at your local community colleges for local artists
Karly Behncke
01:14:12
What are tools you've used for translating. I have only been aware of either Zoom's audio channel for translation or using breakout rooms
Vanessa Cascio
01:14:22
yes. totally agree with you about the tech piece!
Avana Andrade
01:14:54
We were using the Zoom channel function
Natasha Riveron
01:15:08
I second the comment about giving yourself time to really work through the technical piece
vince Lattnzio
01:15:22
It would be great if a neighborhood event is taking place in the impacted neighborhood set up a pop up outreach table to connect info
Toni Whitler
01:15:42
Will this presentation be available to share? I'd like to show it to my planning team members.
Justine Recio
01:15:53
That's a great point. Thanks for bringing that up.
Claudia Diggs
01:15:55
Plain language is key
Justine Recio
01:16:05
Absolutely!
Vanessa Cascio
01:16:05
Jose, those are very valid points and similarly what I've seen happen in our Spanish speaking outreach
Jasmin Kim
01:16:23
I agree. Good point Jose! Thank you for sharing!
Justine Recio
01:16:25
This was a great workshop, thank you.
Marisol Gonzalez
01:16:32
very true, plain language and visuals are helpful
vince Lattnzio
01:16:35
also we have found food and child care to be a great attraction to attendance and involvement
Justine Recio
01:16:48
I enjoyed this presentation, thank you for sharing these resources. Thank you to everyone who shared and spoke up too. Lots of food for thought.
Olivia Aikala
01:16:56
thank you!
Avana Andrade
01:17:00
thank you!
Kristin Eakin
01:17:01
Thank you!
Jose Palma
01:17:05
Thank you!
Kara Schirmer
01:17:06
Thank you!
Karly Behncke
01:17:08
Thank you!
Marisol Gonzalez
01:17:12
Thank you
Desira Blanchard
01:17:13
Thank YOu!
Vanessa Cascio
01:17:14
thank you to the presenters and srtsp!
Claudia Diggs
01:17:15
Thank you all
Toni Whitler
01:17:16
THank you