Meeting of the Minds featured on The Urban Loop Podcast

Aug 21, 2020 | Announcements | 0 comments

Episode 21 of The Urban Loop Podcast with Rohan Dasika featured our Executive Director, Jessie Feller Hahn. In a wide-ranging conversation, Rohan and Jessie discussed many topics, including:

  • The role of convening organizations in pandemic-era thought leadership
  • Best practices for enabling effective sharing of knowledge, models, and ideas across industries
  • How to enable resilience and sustainable growth in cities
  • The paradox that leaders face between long term and short term thinking
  • How the pandemic has reshaped city priorities
  • Some interesting thoughts on the future of dynamic street management
  • And as always, some comprehensive advice on how to learn more about and begin working in the smart city space

Our thanks to Rohan for including us in this week’s episode. You can listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Google PodcastsStitcher and Spotify.

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