MiABQ Citywide Young Professionals Summit Program Summary

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An initial summary of who participated in, what we learned from, and how we reached our community through our first citywide summit.

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MiABQ04.29.16citywide young professionals summitprogram summaryAs a young professional, seeing so many young leaders commanding the front of the room and engaging in dialogue about our citys most pressing concerns, instilled in me a confidence that I too can have an impact and a voice and bring about a positive today and tomorrow. -j.r., summit participantparticipation + supportyoung professionals (18 - 45 years old) from an exceptional range of fields and sectors participated in the sold out summit170 speakers with diverse carreers and expertise shared the lay of the land view of their topic and the single most salient challenge / single most salient opportunity facing it28 young professionals and their colleagues attended the evening social mixer600+ $8,500 by the numbers financialsprofessional organizations and associations sent delegates to the summit and or co-presented the evening social mixer26 sponsors invested in the summit -- and in the incresed civic engagement of young professionals in albuquerque16 cash sponsorships$31,400 in-kind contributions$70 cash cost, per head, of each summit participant$5,070 cash earned from ticket sales$11,940 cash spent on summit$45 / $30 actual ticket prices, per head, for summit, thanks to our sponsors!$254 true cost, per head, of each summit participant (cash + in-kind){{ income + expensescost of participationour speakers - all young professionals, from an array of fields (see our summit program >> for names and bios) - were asked to serve as stewards of their community and think in terms of we rather than i; they presented the lay of the land on:a broad view of abq civic engagement + participationurban design + sustainabilityurban infrastructure + equityurban planning: involvement + visionurban vitality + revitalizationdowntown revitalization media + communications business environmententrepreneurship + technologyjob creation + workforce developmentphilanthropy + nonprofitstourismartscultureeducationsafety + access to supportpublic health + access to carerepresentation + inclusionequity, equality + justicecommunity organizingeconomic developmentcommunity developmentThere are several committed individuals who want to see our city rise to her potential. The apathy we sometimes see isnt the total picture.-a.a., summit participantwhat did you learn most about at the summit? How many people there are devoted to making this city work and to creating a thriving economy and lifestyle here.-c.k., summit participantHow amazing our young professional community is.-m.r.-a., summit participantWe have a really exciting opportunity in front of us with all these diverse engaged inspiring people.-e.b.,, summit participant The chance to mobilize young people for the common good.-t.m., summit participantwhat opportunities for our city are you most excited about?Everything! But probably most around education. I want this to be a great place for my kids..-a.a., summit participantThe opportunity to see people who are downtown love the downtown and be committed to its growth and development. My caution is that revitalization is a code word for gentrification. I was heartened to hear that inclusion, justice, equity and equality were also themes of the conference My hope is that these are main concerns for young leaders who are committed to creating a prosperous and vital downtown.-j.r., summit participantChanging the view of older people that our generation is not amazing. Bringing affordable urban options to downtown and other city center neighborhoods. That government officials are listening.-s.d., summit participantAccess to resources. Policy change. Embracing our unique culture, healing old wounds, strengthening heritage for future generations to enjoy.- c.l., summit participantwhere do you think we can make the most change or impact?education, policy by voting, making noise.-anonymous, summit participantgalvanizing our generation.-s.d., summit participantelectoral politics.-t.m., summit participantWe need a vision. Something audacious, lofty, maybe impossible. Something to hold up and say this is where we want to live. Beyond the small details and obstacles. And something our leadership can get behind and push forward. The most livable city in the US... The most resilient... The most sustainable... The best education anywhere...The best arts scene... The most entrepreneurs... -e.b., summit participantI think the citys efforts to support economic development through investing in start-ups and companies with the ability to scale are wonderful. It would be great to see more small business employers in New Mexico. I think we can make the most change by continuing to support these efforts, as well as efforts to ensure affordable and low-income housing options, to include single-person residences and family residences within in all of our communities. -j.r., summit participantdowntown revitalization. economic growth. resources regarding poverty and mental health. -c.l., summit participantbeing different, being uniquely albuquerque, creating walk-able urban areas that are aesthetically interesting. thinking different to grow. -c.k., summit participantgetting the good word out about the changes in our city. -m.r.-a., summit participantsummit participants by zip codesouth valley sandia heights four hillscorrales taylor ranch sandia heightsnorth valley / los ranchos old town northeast heightsdowntown / barelas nob hillsummit participants by age range18 - 20 years old 21 - 25 years old 26 - 30 years old31 - 35 years old 36 - 40 years old 41 - 45 years oldwho participated?young professionals from around the city came together as stewards of our community; nearly 50% of our participants were 18 - 30 years old, just over 50% were 31 - 45 years old:ABQ Old SchoolABQidAccion New MexicoABQ Business FirstABQ City CouncilABQ City Countil DepartmentABQ Community FoundationABQ Convention & Visitors BureauABQ Economic Development Inc.ABQ Fire DepartmentABQ Hispano Chamber of CommerceABQ Public SchoolsABQ Youth Symphony ProgramAmerican Civil Libterties Union of NMAmerican Lung Association in NMArtist (Self-Employed)Asian American AssociationB R A V E SocialBecksBeyond PoetryBig Brothers Big Sistersbigbyte.cc Data CenterBohannan HustonCAMPOVERDE ARCHITECTURECBRECentral Features Contemporary ArtCentury LinkCharles Stephen and Co. IncCity of ABQ, Department of Cultural ServicesCity of ABQ, Department of Economic DevelopmentCity of ABQ i-Team City of ABQ, Office of City Councilor Patrick DavisCity of ABQ, Office of Mayor Richard J. BerryCity of ABQ, Planning DepartmentCity of ABQ, Public Art Urban Enhancement ProgramCivNetCNMConcept FluxConsensus PlanningConsultant Pharmacists of NM Creative StartupsDekker Perich SabatiniDowntown Growers MarketDowntownABQ MainStreet Initiative dsire, Inc.Dyron Murphy ArchitectsEast Mountain High School FoundationEl Rey / Red Fish EntertainmentFacility BuildFarmers InsuranceFirst National Rio GrandeFlying Star Cafe and Satellite CoffeeGeltmore, LLCGemini Rosemont Commercial Real EstateHarwood Art CenterHDICHermes DevelopmentHewlett-PackardImmastar ProductionsInhabit Real Estate CollaborativeKeller Williams RealtyKeshetLegacy MortgageLos Alamos National BankMedia Trove & Alpha Arietis LLCMediaDesk NMMid-Region Council of GovernmentsMuffoletto Government RelationsMullen Heller ArchitectureNational Hispanic Cultural CenterNational Hispanic Cultural Center FoundationNew Day Youth & Family ServicesNM Association of Commerce & IndustryNM Center for School LeadershipNM Child Advocacy NetworksNM PBSNM Technology CouncilNob Hill Main StreetOne Stop RealtyOpportunity NMOsceola EnergyOtis ElevatorPeacock Myers, P.C.PNMPop-Up CollectivePositive Energy SolarPresbyterianProgressNow NMPublic Academy for Performing ArtsRB ConsultingReal Living Premier RealtorsReCARnationREDW LLCResearch & Polling, Inc.Robert Cooper Law FirmRodey LawRoosevelt InstituteRoots SalonRRN ConsultingSaucedoChavez, P.C.Scott C Anderson & Assoc. ArchitectsShastyn Photography & Design StudioSheraton Albuquerque Uptown HotelSiarza Social DigitalSincSolarCitySouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP)Symbiotic BuildersT-Mobile USTamarind InstituteTEDxABQThe Grant PlantThe Hartman and Majewski Design GroupThe Remedy Day SpaThe Waite CompanyTitan DevelopmentTKO AdvertisingTNT DevelomentTractor Brewing CompanyTwistleU.S. Forrest ServiceU.S. Small Business AdministrationU.S. Air ForceUNM Health Sciences CenterUNMVerge FundVSA North Fourth Art CenterWagner Valuation & Financial ForensicsWe Are This CityWorking ClassroomYoung Women Unitedcross-sector representationour summit participants primary organizational affiliations are broad and far reaching, representing an array of private and public, for- and non-profit perspectives:earned media highlightsin the newsalbuquerque business firstmillennial momentum in albuquerque keeps rolling with big spring summitmarch 28, 2016read >>KOBs eye on new mexicoyoung professionals summitapril 3, 2016watch >>albuquerque business firstmillennial summit inspires new ways of thinking about old problemsapril 29, 2016read >>the week of the summit... all the buzz #MiABQ #FutureABQ were trending topics on twitter in nm1,000+ people on facebookwere talking about MiABQat the end of the summit, participants shared the 3 words at the top of their minds about abq. some of our favorites include... reflections potential, pride, progressopportunity, talent, passionpromise, optimism, varietyhome, awesome, dance partyvision, strength, cautionmagnify, motivate, movement slow, innovative, specialcommitted, connected, engagedinvigorated, daunted, impatientdiverse, talented, inspiredcommunity, brilliance, hopeusing the information and input provided by our summit attendees as the foundation, miabq will conduct a citywide data collection project and craft our fourth set of policy recommendations to the city of albuquerque -- with an eye towards holistic quality of life issues facing young professionals and their families. we anticipate completion in late 2016.miabq is also planning to coordinate a debate for mayoral candidates leading up to the 2017 municipal elections; it, too, will focus on issues facing young professionals and their families. miabq will host the next biannual citywide young professionals summit in the spring of 2018.visit miabq.com for updates!whats next?yay young professionals!watch the first short summit video by our partners at concept flux:I also hope there is a next time and a time after that and this event becomes a regular thing.- e.b., summit participant{ to all who participated in the summit and, especially, to our sponsors for making the event possible and for investing in our citys young professionals:Champions / $2,500+City of Albuquerque Economic Development Department (Lead Partner)Albuquerque Business FirstConcept FluxHotel AndaluzRoosevelt InstituteProponents / $1,000+HDIC Historic District Improvement CompanyPNMSincSupporters / $500+ABQid ACVB Albuquerque Convention & Visitors BureauAlbuquerque Hispano Chamber of CommerceACI Association of Commerce & IndustryAED Albuquerque Economic DevelopmentCentral Features Contemporary ArtCNM IngenuityHold My Ticket Muffolletto Government RelationsOtis Elevator Companythank youThank you for the opportunity to attend this event! #inspired-a.a., summit participant I was so impressed to see so many talented individuals who live in Albuquerque!-r.v., summit participantnote: quotes were pulled from online event surveys submitted by summit attendees; they have been edited for clarity. Great work with a diversity of panelists!-anonymous,summit participantInspired to organize and get more folks engaged in city political leadership! - anonymous,summit participantspecial thanks toreyes padillafor use of this gorgeous artwork on all summit materials

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