Creating Equitable Places and Good Practices

Posted by Locus Partners on June 5, 2017

Date: June 13, 2017
Time: 6pm-8pm

Locus Partners Office at Industrious
230 S. Broad Street 17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Registration is required

Event Cost:

Drinks and snacks provided

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What does it take to build an equitable city for all? How can residents work together to create diverse, healthy neighborhoods that all Philadelphians can enjoy?

Locus Partners and The Philadelphia Citizen invite you to a discussion about Creating Equitable Places and Good Practices with panelists from Philly Girls Do Good, including:

  • Jill Roberts, Executive Director, Healthy Rowhouse Project;
  • Carmen Febo San Miguel, Executive Director, Taller Puertorriqueño;
  • Donna Carney, Director, Citizens Planning Institute; and
  • Danielle DiLeo Kim, Co-Founder, Locus Partners and Philly Girls Do Good

Moderated by Roxanne Patel Shepelavy, Executive Editor, The Philadelphia Citizen

This is our third annual open conversation with PGDG panelists. All are invited!
6:00 – 6:30 Refreshments and Networking
6:30 – 7:30 Panel Discussion
7:30 – 8:00 Networking Continues

Philly Girls Do Good (PGDG) is an initiative of Locus Partners that promotes and engages women leaders in community development and design through networking events, public conversations, and our PGDG blog. Representing a diversity of organizations, these women are committed to improving the public realm, advancing social and environmental justice, and facilitating the success of local communities and businesses. They devote their professional and personal time toward a better urban experience for all.

We encourage rising stars, silent partners, and longtime leaders to join the group. If you would like to nominate a colleague (or yourself!) to belong to Philly Girls Do Good, please fill out a PGDG nomination form on our website

The Philadelphia Citizen, a non-profit, non-partisan media organization has a dual mission: To provide deeply reported journalism that emphasizes solutions that can move our region forward, and to actively reignite citizenship in and around Philadelphia. Learn more at

For more information, please contact:
Locus Partners
Danielle DiLeo Kim

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