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Session 5 - Capital Crossroads: Case Studies in Multi-Jurisdiction Planning and Action
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Capital Crossroads: Case Studies in Multi-Jurisdiction Planning and Action

Capital Crossroads is a collaborative, regional strategic plan designed to help the Central Iowa region think bigger and work together. Centering on ten focus areas, Capital Crossroads is one of the most aggressive, comprehensive and effective plans nationwide.

Director Nikki Syverson will share how Capital Crossroads engages nearly 20 regional municipalities to cooperate, define goals and set policy to benefit the broader region. Best practices will be shared on how to gain buy-in, engage multiple stakeholders and collaboratively enact change. 

 
 THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

 


 

As Capital Crossroads Director, Syverson leads the vision plan and volunteers to help the Central Iowa region reach its potential. Syverson has more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit management, fundraising and strategic planning serving in leadership roles at the Des Moines Community Playhouse, Wine Festival Foundation of Des Moines and the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra. She has also served on numerous boards and committees throughout the region. In both her professional and volunteer roles she has a proven track record of improving organizations’ financial positions, improving community relations and connecting new partners for larger gains.

 
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