ACS Policy Associate Heather Lenz will present “PechaKucha Cleveland,” a look at how creative platforms can drive civic conversation and facilitate social change among young adults, at the Levin Lounge on October 24th from 4pm – 6pm. Levin Lounge is hosted by the Cleveland State University chapter of the American Planning Association, and is a civic engagement program that takes place regularly at the Maxine Goodman College of Urban Affairs. The Cleveland State American Planning Association is a student-run organization that strives to enlighten the community about the importance of urban planning, engage neighborhoods in revitalization through civic service, and help students find innovative solutions to planning challenges. PechaKucha is a quarterly event that takes place in Cleveland and 693 other cities across the globe, where people gather to hear rapid-fire presentations from local thought leaders about their innovative approaches to design, art, planning, and creativity! Heather will present about PechaKucha alongside representatives from other civic groups like OurCLE, Save Lower Prospect, City Beautiful, and the Cleveland Young Professional Senate.
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