Presentations of the Leadership Mobile Class of 2017

Presentations of the Leadership Mobile Class of 2017

You are cordially invited to attend the presentations of the
Leadership Mobile Class of 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017 – 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
History Museum of Mobile
111 South Royal Street, Mobile, AL 36602

 

LM Class of 2017 Project Invitation (PDF)

8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. The Arts and Culture Team for Leadership Mobile will work with the
Mobile Arts Council and their public art database to design a public art trail walking
tour through downtown Mobile, for use by residents, schools and tourists. (PLEASE NOTE:
Part of this presentation is a walking tour; wearing comfortable shoes is encouraged!)
Jamie Bullock Dawn Rencher
Sean Dudley Susan Steigler
Alison Herlihy Christian White

9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. The Leadership Mobile Diversity Team will be partnering with the Mobile
Arts Council and the Peavy Foundation to commission a mural entitled “Mobile Heroes”. The
mural will feature a diverse group of unsung heroes from Mobile. The mural will be unveiled
at a fundraiser and those funds will go to support the MAC Public Art Fund to continue
recognizing the greatness in the diversity of our City.
Andrew Blejwas Bien Harbin
Veronica Davis Melva Jones
Joycelyn Finley-Hervey Quesi Jones
Devin Ford Lauren Rowser
Sabrina Graves

10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. The Community Development Team will partner with the CFSA to
improve linkages between community groups and leadership in Mobile County, which
will ultimately close the opportunity gap for needs and services to address poverty and
youth issues. To achieve this, the team will work with the CFSA to refine outreach
methodologies for its “Charting the Course” campaign and also develop an “asset
map” of nonprofits and community groups to continue populating their SHARE
networking tool.
Renie Baya Kennemer Brian Murphy
Liz Garza Chris Sayre
Todd Greer Mat Trawick
Hank Hodde Tim Wills

11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. The Public Health Project Team will partner with the Mobile
County Health Department to increase users of the Mobile Health unit which visits a
Mobile community twice per month. This program will offer nutritional information and
health screenings.
Johnetta Jackson
D’Alo Green
Monica Griffin

1:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. The City of Mobile recently switched to single stream recycling
collection and will be opening new drop-off sites this summer. The Leadership Mobile
Environment Team will work with the City of Mobile, Mobile County, and other
organizations to educate community members, conduct an online survey to assess
public needs and host a Single Stream Saturday event to highlight the new drop-off
sites to update residents on the recent changes in the City’s recycling program.
Paul Beckmann Todd LaCour
Melanie Bunting-Seymour Heath Parker
Larissa Graham Kenneth Speetjens
Jenny Humphreys Courtney Upton

2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. The Economic Development Team is going to establish social
media accounts that focus on telling the story of Innovation/Startups in Mobile
throughout history and moving forward. This will include a full marketing plan, content,
and video.
Mike Brown Brent Keith
Matt Burton Carol Little
Lang Hamilton Stephen McNair
Kevin Harrison Pamela Moore

3:45 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. All experts agree – learning begins at birth. By the time children turn
three, the foundation for lifelong learning success or failure has already begun.
Because there are few free education resources for parents of newborns to age three,
the Leadership Mobile Education Team, with the assistance of early childhood experts,
will create an education-based activities tool to assist parents during these critical
learning years.
Glyn Agnew Jenny Heisler
Keri Coumanis Sam Houston
Kesshia Davis Ryan New
Nina Ford Johnson