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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Thursday, April 2 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Pro-equity Living Community Development (Part 2)

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Inclusivity. Fairness. Healing. This 2-part, 3-hour workshop builds the sensitivities and competencies to reveal and address equity considerations and opportunities in Living Community development.  The session starts with the equity petal, steps through equity considerations in the other petals, and moves toward a holistic and inclusive model for a framing and driving toward a pro-equity approach that can be tailored to the circumstances of Living Communities in a variety of contexts. Case examples and table exercises push participants to build competencies in equity assessment, inclusive engagement, equity impact review, and the array of design and development considerations that bear on equity outcomes.

This training Part 2 of a two-part series (see Part 1 here), that also complements the Equitable and JUST Living Buildings workshop on Friday.


Speakers
avatar for Nori Catabay

Nori Catabay

Project Program Manager, King County GreenTools
Nori Catabay works for the GreenTools program in King County Washington and leads the internal King County Green Building Team. She provides green building technical assistance and training to County capital projects and manages the King County Sustainable Infrastructure Scorecard.  She led the County’s Green Building Ordinance renewal adding the Living Building Challenge to King County Code as an alternative to the Scorecard or LEED... Read More →
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Richard Gelb

Performance Manager and Equity/Social Justice Lead, King County Natural Resources and Parks
Richard Gelb is performance manager and equity/social justice lead for King County Natural Resources and Parks. He coordinates King County’s STAR Communities implementation, is on the national Steering Committee of the STAR Community Rating System, and serves on the Global Ecodistrict Protocol Advisory Committee.  Richard has been an elected supervisor for King Conservation District, strategic advisor for City of Seattle Office of... Read More →
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De'Sean Quinn

Water Quality Planner Project Manager lll, King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks
De’Sean Quinn is the Water Quality Planner Project Manager lll for the King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks, focusing on implementing Equity and Social Justice in the Wastewater Treatment Division.  He also provides Community Relations support for Capital Improvement Projects and has served King County Executive’s Office as the Regional and Local Affairs Manager. The Honorable De’Sean Quinn is also a City... Read More →
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Patti Southard

Program Manager GreenTools, King County Solid Waste Division
Patti Southard is the program manager for “GreenTools” green building program in King County Washington. At King County Southard is creative director for the award winning EcoCool Remodel Tool and provides technical assistance for the County’s Sustainable Cities Program, LEED, Living Building Challenge and Built Green initiatives. Southard was raised on her family farm and has focused her sustainable development career on the... Read More →



Thursday April 2, 2015 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Cirrus Room Sheraton Hotel

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