You know we need to increase walking and improve walkability; you’ve developed leadership, coalition-building, and communication skills; you understand the built-environment components of a walkable community and how to interact with the public policy system to create change. The final piece of the puzzle is to design and implement a successful campaign – but how do you set the goals, plan your strategies, agree on a timeline, and then adapt when things don’t go the way you expect? These questions and more will be answered by experienced campaigners and Walking College Mentors, Lisa Quinn and Jim Stone in this, the final webinar in the Walking College series. Lisa will describe Feet First annual Walktober Challenge – a communication and engagement campaign designed to get people walking and thinking about walkability. And Jim will discuss the recent campaign to convince the Mayor and City Council of San Diego to adopt a Vision Zero policy and implementation strategy. Both will be available to answer your individual questions about campaigns. Click here to register
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