Bob King kicked off the meeting by asking everyone to introduce themselves by answering the following questions:
- What is your name and organization?
- Why are you here?
- What question(s) should we try to answer today?
The group then collectively decided four questions to address. Each attendee had two minutes to individually answer the questions. Following that, the room was divided into four sub-groups to identify the top 3 issues for their assigned question.
The session produced many products (see below) for analysis and continued refinement in future sessions.
Bob's introductory meeting at Kauffman on August 27, 2014
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Leslie on Brooking Economic Mobility
Bill on land use paradigm
Leslie and Bill, EM does not mean leaving your neighborhood for a better one say our income increases. Importing others of a higher social class or gentrification is not the answer
EvoAvenue 3 poorest KCK neighborhood
unity on economic development in the community
TOP THREE ISSUES
1. Not leaving your neighborhood
2. Not gentrification
3. Support for distance learning, digital inclusion and connect startups with low income residents