Designing for Collective Impact Within Our Communities – Dublin

Presented By Annie Frisoli
Shifts towards collaboration among teams and communities occur when a shared set of outcomes not only exist, but can be set in motion.  The Designing for Collective Impact Within Our Communities Regional Training will not only discuss the foundations of Design Thinking as it relates to the concept of community, but will also provide participants with practical skills in order to utilize Design Thinking strategies after completing the training.  This in-depth workshop takes the one-hour conference presentation to a whole new level and provides an opportunity to demonstrate how Design Thinking can be utilized to take on complex challenges that impact our communities.

Annie Frisoli, speaker and trainer, earned her bachelor’s degree in Therapeutic Recreation from The University of Toledo and her Master’s degree in Recreation Management from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  She is also a Certified Festivals and Events Executive, gaining her certification through the NRPA/IFEA Event Management School.  Annie is also certified in the Foundations of Design Thinking and enjoys discussing Design Thinking strategies to develop inclusive cultures and communities.

Thanks to Dublin Parks and Recreation for hosting!

December 2, 2020  | 9:30am – 2:30pm

Location
Dublin Community Recreation Center
Dublin Parks and Recreation
5600 Post Road
Dublin, OH  43017

Cost (includes a light lunch)
Member:  $60*
Non-Member:  $75

*Individuals who are part of a group membership package are eligible for a 50% off discount.  All discounts will be verified by OPRA staff.

Participants earn 0.3 CEUs.

No refunds for cancellations.

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