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During the two days of the 2016 p4 Summit, the themes of People, Planet, Place and Performance will be used to examine a range of social, economic and environmental issues while providing a highly interactive and inclusive process for participants to discuss how equity and inclusion are needed to create a just and sustainable Pittsburgh.

Day 1

October 18, 2016

8:00
am

Registration and Breakfast

9:00
am

Welcome from Summit Hosts

Board Member, The Heinz Endowments
Mayor, City of Pittsburgh
9:10
am

Performance by Jasiri X

Independent hip-hop artist
9:20
am

Opening Remarks

President, The Heinz Endowments
9:30
am

People - Advancing the Just and Sustainable City

Moderator
President & CEO, PolicyLink
Deputy Chief of Neighborhood Empowerment, Office of Mayor William Peduto, City of Pittsburgh
Professor, University of Pittsburgh
10:30
am

Break

10:40
am

Planet - Creating a Green and Healthy Environment

Moderator
Mayor, City of Louisville
Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, Fielding School of Public Health, UCLA
Founder and Executive Director, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
Founder, Phronesis
11:40
am

Performance - Building an Inclusive Economy

Moderator
Inaugural Centennial Scholar, Brookings Institution
Professor, MIT Media Lab
12:40
pm

Lunch

1:40
pm

Place - Promoting Innovation in Urban Design

Moderator
Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group
President and CEO, Neighborhood Centers Inc.
Designer, Urbanist, and Social Innovator
2:40
pm

Breakout Sessions

Moderator
Introduced by
Researcher, Analyst, and Consultant
Facilitated by
Design Consultancy and Innovation Lab, Pittsburgh

p4 Performance Measures - Equitable Development for a Just and Sustainable Pittsburgh

Facilitated by
President & CEO, ReMake Group, LLC

Pittsburgh 2025 - A New Vision for Regional Economic Growth

Facilitated by
Founder, Fourth Economy
Inaugural Centennial Scholar, Brookings Institution
Senior Policy Analyst and Associate Fellow, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking

Creating Housing Opportunity and Building Mixed-Income Neighborhoods

President and CEO, Neighborhood Centers Inc.
Founder & President, Márquez Community Strategy
Affordable Housing Organizer, Pittsburgh United

Most Livable City? Wrestling with the Challenges of Environmental and Public Health

Facilitated by
Founder and Executive Director, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, Fielding School of Public Health, UCLA

Pittsburgh’s Creatives: Their Role in p4

Director, Hill Consensus Group and faculty member, Dept. of Social Work, California University of PA
Multimedia Artist; Creative Director, BOOM Concepts
Executive Director, Kelly Strayhorn Theater
3:55
pm

Reporting Out

Facilitated by
Researcher, Analyst, and Consultant
4:45
pm

Wrap-up Day 1

President, The Heinz Endowments
5:45
pm

Reception

Day 2

October 19, 2016

9:00
am

Breakfast and Welcome

Vice President for Sustainability and Senior Program Director, The Heinz Endowments
9:15
am

More Work to Do - Tackling Tough Issues Through p4: Equitable Development Recommendations of PolicyLink Work

Moderator

Report Presentation

Senior Director, PolicyLink

Panel Discussion

Derrick Tillman
President & CEO, Bridging the Gap Development
Jeanne Pearlman
Senior Vice President for Program and Policy, The Pittsburgh Foundation
Daniel Lavelle
City of Pittsburgh Council District 6
Rosamaria Cristello
Executive Director, Latino Family Center
Janera Solomon
Executive Director, Kelly Strayhorn Theater
Greg Spencer
President, & CEO, Randall Chemical Manufacturing Company
Marimba Milliones
President & CEO, Hill CDC

Panel closing and summary

President & CEO, PolicyLink
10:30
am

Break

10:45
am

More Work to Do - Tackling Tough Issues Through p4: Local Conversations around Equity and Inclusion

Moderator

Feedback from Community Conversations

Researcher, Analyst, and Consultant

Breakout: Raise the bar for new development

Breakout: Make all neighborhoods healthy communities of opportunity

Breakout: Expand employment and ownership opportunities

Breakout: Embed racial equity throughout Pittsburgh's institutions and businesses

Breakout: Build community power, voice and capacity

12:00
pm

Lunch

1:00
pm

Defining a Just Pittsburgh

Moderator
Introduced by
Vice President for Sustainability and Senior Program Director, The Heinz Endowments
2:15
pm

Report-out from Just Pittsburgh Table Discussions

Moderator
2:45
pm

Closing Remarks for Afternoon Session

President, The Heinz Endowments
Mayor, City of Pittsburgh