Leadership and Education
Community Progress is working to create a systemic and impactful community of practice, populated by well-informed, connected, and collaborative leaders who will develop and implement policies and practices that support transformation of vacant, abandoned, and problem properties. Our national leadership and education initiatives focus on two specific strategies:
Examples of activities include:
Two core programs are the Community Progress Leadership Institute (CPLI) and the Reclaiming Vacant Properties (RVP) conference.
To learn more about opportunities to engage in these Initiatives, please contact Courtney Knox, Director of National Leadership and Education.