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Friday, October 13 • 10:30 - 16:00
The PPS Placemaking Clinic

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Do you need advice on your current placemaking project? Someone to bounce ideas off of? A shoulder to cry on?

Drop by our Placemaking Clinic table or make an appointment to speak with a friendly, knowledgeable member of the Project for Public Spaces staff, with specializations in markets, transportation, innovation, inclusion, and more.

Thursday Agenda:
  • 10:30am–12pm: Steve Davies, Executive Vice President, PPS
  • 12–1pm: Meg Walker, Vice President, PPS
  • 1–2:30pm: Kathy Madden, Director of Education & Training, PPS
  • 2:30–4pm: Gary Toth, Senior Director, Transportation Initiatives, PPS

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Steve Davies

Co-Founder & Executive Vice President, Project for Public Spaces
Steve Davies joined Project for Public Spaces in 1978 and has guided the development of the organization for more than 35 years. Davies is an advocate for livable communities and his work has taken him around the world as a consultant, facilitator and speaker.With over 500 major projects... Read More →
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Kathy Madden

Co-Founder & Director of Education & Training, Project for Public Spaces
Kathy Madden is an environmental designer who has been at PPS since its inception in 1975. During this time, Kathy has been involved in all aspects of the organization’s work. She has directed over 300 research and urban design projects along with training programs throughout the... Read More →
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Gary Toth

Executive Vice President, Project for Public Spaces
Gary Toth has helped to lead a national movement to integrate land use and transportation issues as a means to creating more livable, walkable communities and streets. During his 34 years of project management experience with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), Gary... Read More →
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Meg Walker

Senior Vice President, Project for Public Spaces
A registered architect and licensed planner, Meg Walker is a Senior Vice President at Project for Public Spaces, Inc. as well as an Adjunct Professor of City Planning at Pratt Institute, where she teaches in the graduate program of Urban Placemaking and Management. Over her 14 year... Read More →

Friday October 13, 2017 10:30 - 16:00 CEST
PDZ Floor 2: Foyer Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, 1019 HC Amsterdam, Netherlands