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What constitutes community engagement and why should architects, designers, planners, and developers strive to make it part of projects on all scales? This online panel discussion brings together four different perspectives to delve into what successful community engagement processes can look like and how to make them a part of standard practice. The program will focus on building coalitions and adhering to principles of transparency and inclusion while acknowledging that each project is different, has different stakeholders, and different measures of success.

Panelists include Chris Cirillo, Executive Director of Ascendant Neighborhood Development Corporation, Michael Sandler, Director of Neighborhood Planning at NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development and Nisha Baliga AICP, Co-Executive Director.

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