“Livability Summit” Feat. Women on Transit & Public Health | SF
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The Chapel | 777 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Submitted by the Event Organizer
On July 14, Livable City presents the first-ever free Livability Summit, bringing policy to the people with talks on transit, mobility and public health from 10 am to 3 pm at the Chapel on 777 Valencia Street during Sunday Streets Mission.
The Livability Summit will take city planning out of City Hall and into the streets, connecting nonprofit Livable City’s policy work with its largest program, Sunday Streets. The Summit creates a free, accessible space for the broader San Francisco audience to learn, think, discuss and dream big about how transportation, housing and public health solutions can become more equitable and sustainable for everyone.
Enjoy thought-provoking discussions with a diverse panel of women, including SFMTA Vice Chair Gwyneth Borden, Planning Commissioner Myrna Melgar, Director of Active Living Across the Lifespan Research Group Dr. Susan Zieff, JUMP Community Engagement Lead Meaghan Mitchell, and SOMCAN Transit Justice Organizer Mary Claire Amable. Following a VIP reception and brunch, the event transitions into a free public speaking program at 12:15 pm.