Coordinating with State Agencies and Philanthropic Organizations to Implement Change

Posted on: June 17th, 2013 by Brett Schwartz

On June 11-12, 2013, the National Association of Development Organizations, in conjunction with the National Association of Counties (http://www NULL.naco NULL.org), the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (http://www NULL.hud NULL.gov), and the Delta Regional Authority (http://www NULL.dra NULL.gov), hosted the “Growing Stronger in the Delta” forum in Memphis, Tennessee.  This event provided training and peer learning opportunities for participants to learn how to grow stronger, healthier, more equitable communities in the Delta, driven by economic development strategies based on unique competitive advantages.

The Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable (http://www NULL.tnregionsroundtable NULL.org/) is a network of five regional leadership organizations and partners, key state and federal agency advisors, affiliate agency partners, and philanthropic leaders working collaboratively to advance local, regional, and statewide implementation of “Quality Communities” principles.  Click the links below to download the presentation (PDF):

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