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Sustainability Series: Center for Neighborhood Technology
November 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Welcome to our Sustainability Series created by our Emerging Professionals Team!
The series is a monthly conversation led by emerging professionals that explores the topic of all things sustainability with a focus on the Midwest region. In this series, you will hear from individuals leading economic, environmental, and equitable initiatives near you!
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 10 AM
Guests: Anna Wolf
Organization: Center for Neighborhood Technology
Moderators: Maddie Clark, Associate ASLA and Marcus Benoff, LA Student UIUC
Topic: Sustainable Stormwater Management, Water Affordability, Climate Resilience, Effective Community Partnerships
The $5.00 registration fee will be donated to the Center for Neighborhood Technology.
Look for the ZOOM LINK on your receipt.
About our speaker
Anna Wolf, Senior Project Manager – Urban Resilience
Anna joined CNT in 2015 and works on a variety of projects across the organization’s Urban Resilience department. She manages new projects, research, and municipal outreach for CNT’s Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Program, leads the organization’s Climate and Cultural Resilience Initiative, and facilitates the organization’s work on water infrastructure financing. Prior to joining CNT, Anna worked at the Alliance for the Great Lakes on water resource management projects and the organization’s invasive species policy campaign. Anna has a Master of Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development and Spanish from Indiana University – Bloomington.
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