Presentation on theme: "AXA Community Investment Program Bank of America The Annie E. Casey Foundation J.P. Morgan Chase & Company Deutsche Bank Fannie Mae Foundation Ford Foundation."— Presentation transcript:
AXA Community Investment Program Bank of America The Annie E. Casey Foundation J.P. Morgan Chase & Company Deutsche Bank Fannie Mae Foundation Ford Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Robert Wood Johnson Foundation A partnership of financial institutions, national foundations and federal government agencies that invest capital, time and organizational leadership to advance Americas urban neighborhoods. John S. and James L. Knight Foundation John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation The Kresge Foundation The McKnight Foundation MetLife, Inc. Prudential Financial The Rockefeller Foundation United States Department of Housing & Urban Development Living Cities Partners: Dynamic Neighborhood Taxonomy A Project of DNT Advisory Board: Kris Siglin, Enterprise Ellen Lazar, Fannie Mae Foundation Susan Lloyd, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation George MacCarthy, Ford Foundation Chris Walker, LISC Mark Weinheimer, Living Cities Mark Willis, J.P. Morgan Chase & Company
Dynamic Neighborhood Taxonomy Project Partners The Urban Institute
Dynamic Neighborhood Taxonomy Participating Cities: City of Chicago City of Cleveland City of Dallas City of Seattle Special thanks to the many officials and local agencies of the participating cities for their extensive engagement in the project. Project Advisors Troy Anderson, Dataplace Frank Beal, Chicago Metropolis 2020 Scott Bernstein, Center for Neighborhood Technology Corinne Bradley, LISC Metroedge Timothy Bray, Williams Institute Joel Bookman, LISC Jim Capraro, Greater Southwest Development Corporation Virginia Carlson, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Paige Chapel, Development and Finance Consultant John Cleveland, Integral Assets Inc. Joe Cortright, Impresa Consulting Claudia Coulton, Case Western Reserve University Xavier de Souza Briggs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Erin Flynn, City of Portland George Galster, Wayne State University Robin Gaster, North Atlantic Research, Inc. Bill Geller, Geller & Associates Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall Ira Goldstein, The Reinvestment Fund Peter Haas, Center for Neighborhood Technology Colleen Hernandez, Homeownership Preservation Foundation Edward Hill, Cleveland State University Lindley Higgins, Neighborworks Ken Hodges, Claritas Bruce Katz, The Brookings Institution Marilyn Katz, MK Communications Tom Kingsley, The Urban Institute Jody Kretzmann, ABCD Institute, Northwestern University Doris Koo, Enterprise India Pierce Lee, The Cleveland Foundation M.A. Leonard, National Equity Fund Lorenzo Littles, Enterprise Dallas Amy Liu, The Brookings Institution Alan Mallach, National Housing Institute Dan McMillen, University of Illinois Chicago Marcus Martin, Foundation for Community Empowerment Andrew Mooney, LISC Jim Murdoch, University of Texas Dallas Karin Ottesen Manuel Pastor, University of California Santa Cruz Peter Plastrik, Integral Assets Inc. Andrew Reamer, UMI Suzanne Reade, UIPI Stuart Rosenthal, Syracuse University Greg Sanders, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission Patrick Simmons, Fannie Mae Foundation Cynthia Taeuber John Talmage, Social Compact Garth Taylor, MCIC Dorothy Terrell, ICIC Canh Tran, Pattern Recognition Systems Nandita Verma, MDRC Hank Webber, The University of Chicago John Weiser, Brody Weiser Burns Bill Whitney, Enterprise Cleveland Betsy Zeidman, Milken Institute Sean Zielenbach, Woodstock Institute Please note that the people on this list are serving in individual capacity, and the organizations are listed here for informational purposes only.
Dynamic Neighborhood Taxonomy Project Team Christopher BerryUniversity of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies, Associate Professor Graeme BlairEconsult Corporation, Research Analyst Riccardo BodiniRW Venture, LLC, Senior Associate Emily BolingRW Ventures. LLC, Intern Joy BorkholderRW Ventures, LLC, Intern Charlie CorriganRW Ventures, LLC, Intern Kimberly GesterConsultant Michael HeRW Ventures, LLC, Associate Lee HuangEconsult Corporation, Director Michael MarianoEconsult Corporation, Director Peter McMahanRW Ventures, LLC, Intern Josh Van TonderRW Ventures, LLC, Intern Canh TranPattern Recognition Systems, CEO Richard VoithEconsult Corporation, Senior Consultant John WeiserBrody Weiser Burns, Partner Robert WeissbourdRW Ventures, LLC, President For additional information, please contact Riccardo Bodini. RW Ventures, LLC – 30 W Monroe Street, 18 th Floor Chicago, IL PHONE – FAX –