CivicCon will a virtual town hall at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 15 on the Zoom platform. Attending the Town Hall on Zoom is simple and doesn’t require technical expertise. Studer Community Institute will provide you a link when you register in Eventbrite, and you simply connect on your laptop, phone or tablet.
Quint Studer will launch the Town Hall with a short message about what life looks like when the shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted. And then Quint, CivicCon Board chairman Will Dunaway of Clark Partington law firm and Lisa Nellessen Savage, editor of the Pensacola News Journal, will field questions.
Questions can be submitted when you register for the event at this link. During the event there will also be an opportunity to type in questions to CivicCon.
Be sure not to wait until last minute to register as our Zoom audience is limited to 500 devices (laptops, smart phones and tablets). Family members should watch it together on one device so that others are not deprived of the opportunity to join in.
Quint Studer this past week lead a Q&A session with more than 150 invited businesspeople that receive mentoring services through SCI’s Learning and Development program. To see how Zoom works and to hear Quint’s message to that business audience; go to this link.
In addition to the CivicCon Town Hall, a virtual CivicCon speaker event is tentatively planned for the first part of May. Details will be coming soon as well as your chance to RSVP to hear one of the nation’s top urban planners talk about how some cities are tackling the affordable housing issue.