Speaker: Nick Kittle, CEO of Sustainovation
In this insightful webinar, Sustainovation CEO, Nick Kittle, discusses his positive experiences with tactical urbanism as a former public works director and explore how successful engagement can lead to better planning, better outcomes and a brighter future for our communities. In addition, he highlights the recent federal funding opportunities available through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill) that may help finance some of your (wild?) ideas to build a more connected future.
“Building a better community—urbanism, engagement, planning—and the funding to get it done.”
Nick is the author of the #1 best-selling innovation book Sustainovation and spent 15 years in local government, most recently as a Chief Innovation Officer. Nick won three national innovation awards and founded one of the first five local government innovation offices in the country. During his government career, Nick directed 17 different divisions and developed over 65 unique or first-of-its-kind pilot projects, while directly generating $7.8 M in savings and pioneering the concept of Innovation Value. Nick is an internationally respected government thought leader, speaker and trainer who inspires organizations to embrace innovation.
- Learn how federal funds can help boost innovation and digital transformation in your community
- Take a deep dive into the concept of tactical urbanism and how it can cultivate better outcomes for stakeholders
- Hear examples of other communities that have used innovative solutions to engage with their residents meaningfully