Residents of Savannah’s Starland district came together on February 13, 2018, to hear from developers, commissioners, and local businesses about rezoning issues and the impact of the upcoming Starland Village & Montgomery Street corridor developments.
The Public Health Division of Michigan State University’s Flint Campus partnered with InkyBrittany in the fall of 2017 to illuminate citizens’ voices and contributions with graphic recording. Brittany visually captured a public forum at the Genesee County Community Action Resource Department; documented a luncheon of Fellows of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, and instructed a graphic facilitation introductory course to junior interns at Community Outreach for Family & Youth (COFY).
InvestHealth is a national public health initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Reinvestment Fund, which provided grants to 50 mid-size US cities to engage and collaborate with fellow community organizations around local issues. Graphic recording was present for the convenings held in Savannah, Phoenix, and the final convening in New Orleans in December 2017.
After collecting and analyzing data to present to the funders and stakeholders of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, the information was visually converted onto charts which were displayed during an event in August 2017.
Seattle-based company Limeade helps businesses maintain strong employee engagement by emphasizing the well-being of employees in additional sectors of life (physical, social, nutritional, financial, etc.) beyond the workplace environment. The Limeade Advisory Board met on April 19, 2018 at the Club at the Westin Savannah Harbor to gather feedback on how businesses using technology & innovation to tackle challenges at work.
Members of the Twickenham Neighborhood Association gathered January 29 to do some community asset mapping of the neighborhood, as well as outline collective plans and goals for 2018.
Friday, May 19, 2017 at the Jepson Center, Telfair Museums
The Power of Roles is an adaptation of Social Role Valorization theory where participants (mostly employed by behavioral and human health services) examine the ways people with disabilities are devalued by society, and are then challenged to think about how people can have real homes, real jobs, and real friends & relationships, through obtaining valued roles in their community.
Employee Feedback Committee Planning Meeting
Visit Savannah asked InkyBrittany to join them to visually record the annual staff retreat held at Daufuskie Island’s Bloody Point Resort.