New Paradigms in Economic Development: How Our Past Can Inform Our Future
October 12, 2017 / Pensy 339 Barge / Kingston, NY
Michael Muyot, CRD Analytics
Jennifer Schwartz-Berky, Hone Strategic, Ulster County legislator
Lynn Woods, Co-Producer/Director, Lost Rondout
Guy Kempe, RUPCO
Rebecca Rojer, Filmmaker, Ulster People for Justice and Democracy
Brian K. Mahoney, Chronogram Editorial Director
This is the full audio of the Chronogram Conversations discussion and salon series that took place on October 12, 2017 on the Pennsy 339 barge docked at Kingston Landing, N.Y. Community leaders, influencers, creatives and Chronogram magazine’s editorial & marketing teams gathered to discuss prevalent local issues. The topic here: New Paradigms in Equitable Development: The Future of our Hudson Valley Towns. How does our past to inform the future?
Moderated by Luminary Editorial Director, Brian K. Mahoney.
Produced by Brian Berusch
Luminary Principals: Amara Projansky, Jason Stern
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