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Welcome

Voice from the Capitol

Where We Are with COVID Now

GENYOUth’s President and Chief Wellness Officer Ann Marie Krautheim with Fuel Up to Play 60 Youth Council Leaders Hannah and Brody.

Opening Keynote Conversations with GENYOUth CEO Alexis Glick

GENYOUth Youth Insights Survey Results: Covid, One Year Later

GENYOUth CEO Aleis Glick in conversation with David Bersoff, Edelman Intelligence.

Issues Panel Discussion (In Sequence)

Hear from leaders in education, health, community and business about challenges, lessons learned and opportunities around these issues:

Establishing a Whole Child Mindset and Culture:  Suggestions and Solutions.

Envisioning Post-Pandemic Solutions to Support Healthy School Community Growth.

Powerful Partnerships to Resource Healthier School Communities & Close Funding Gaps.

Break

Get-up-and-move with Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor.

"Making it Happen" Breakout Sessions (Concurrent)

It’s time to act. Participants join one of three breakout sessions around essential health and wellness topics facing out school communities. In collaboration with others, they will commit to short and long-term action plans arounds these key issues:

  • Establishing a Whole Child Mindset and Culture: Suggestions and Solutions.
  • Envisioning Post-Pandemic Solutions to Support Healthy School Community Growth.
  • Powerful Partnerships to Support Healthier School Communities and Close Funding Gaps.

GENYOUth CEO Alexis Glick in Keynote Conversation with Emmy Award winning Chef Andrew Zimmern

Thank-You

GENYOUth President Ann Marie Krautheim wraps up the forum with help from Fuel Up To Play 60 Youth Council Leaders.

GENYOUth’s CEO Alexis Glick with Fuel Up to Play 60 Youth Council Leaders (Amaya Brannon and TBD)

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PROGRAM

Welcome

GENYOUth’s President and Chief Wellness Officer Ann Marie Krautheim with Fuel Up to Play 60 Youth Council Leaders Hannah and Brody.

Opening Keynote Conversations with Genyouth CEO Alexis Glick

Voice from the Capitol

Where We Are with COVID Now

GENYOUth Youth Insights Survey Results: Covid, One Year Later

GENYOUth CEO Aleis Glick in conversation with David Bersoff, Edelman Intelligence.

Issues Panel Discussion 
(In Sequence)

Hear from leaders in education, health, community and business about challenges, lessons learned and opportunities around these issues:

Break

Get-up-and-move with Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor.

"Making it Happen" Breakout Sessions
(concurrent)

It’s time to act. Participants join one of three breakout sessions around essential health and wellness topics facing out school communities. In collaboration with others, they will commit to short and long-term action plans arounds these key issues:

  • Establishing a Whole Child Mindset and Culture: Suggestions and Solutions.

  • Envisioning Post-Pandemic Solutions to Support Healthy School Community Growth.

  • Powerful Partnerships to Support Healthier School Communities and Close Funding Gaps.

GENYOUth CEO Alexis Glick in Keynote Conversation with Emmy Award winning Chef Andrew Zimmern

Thank-You

GENYOUth President Ann Marie Krautheim wraps up the forum with help from Fuel Up To Play 60 Youth Council Leaders 

2:00

2:10

2:35

3:05

3:10

Establishing a Whole Child Mindset and Culture:  Suggestions and Solutions.

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3:50

Envisioning Post-Pandemic Solutions to Support Healthy School Community Growth.

Powerful Partnerships to Support Healthier School Communities and Close Funding Gaps.

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4:20

5:05

5:25

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Introduction to Refashioning Our Parking Regulations and Development Choices for Fiscal Health

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Welcome and Session 3 Opening Remarks

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How to Make Development Choices for Fiscal Health

Senior Policy Fellow and Assistant Director of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and
Public Policy at Rutgers Marc H. Pfeiffer in conversation with Joe Minicozzi, principal of Urba
n 3
discusses Joe’s unique approach to planning and city design called Geoaccounting to show how local data and simple math can be used to understand the impact of development on the economic and fiscal health of our towns and cities.

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Poll Question for Audience

Poll Question for Audience

Audience Q&A with Joe Minicozzi

Refashioning our Parking Regulations

Senior Policy Fellow and Assistant Director of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers Marc H. Pfeiffer in conversation with Gordon S. Clowers, author and senior city planner in the City of Seattle about Seattle’s implementation of new parking policies to implement revitalized “urban village” neighborhoods well connected by convenient transportation options. Related goals include promoting environmental sustainability, race and social equity, affordable housing, and maintaining a highly livable quality of life.

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Poll Question for Audience

Closing Remarks

Michelle Richardson, Executive Director, Hudson County Economic Development Corporation
Mel E. Myers, Esq., McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC

PROGRAM AGENDA

Welcome – Series Partner 

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Audience Q&A with Gordon Clowers

By contributing to a record-shattering decline in housing inventory, the pandemic has exacerbated an already existing affordable housing crisis while further stressing municipal finances. Our current development patterns and parking policies contribute rather than help solve this problem. While multiple studies have shown that affordable access to all of a region’s jobs is the single most effective factor for enabling a person to break the poverty cycle, our current development patterns result in those at the lowest income level spending 40% of their income on transportation while also limiting their ability to access all of a region’s jobs. This system could be explained or even tolerated if the costs of such a system were low, but our development patterns and parking policies are expensive to build and maintain. This session will force us to rethink some of our public investment assumptions to create more housing and better economic mobility across all income levels. 

Session 3 - May 17th, 2021:

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