Change on the Waterfront 

WED, MAY 30, 2018 (59:35)

Join Boston Harbor Now and public, private, and nonprofit partners for a symposium on how to realize our greatest opportunities for great waterfront public spaces, successful water transportation, a strong working port, and long-term climate resilience. Learn about the unique challenges and considerations behind waterfront projects in Boston discussed in this moderated panel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

+ BIO: Manikka Bowman

Manikka Bowman is the director of outreach and policy at the Urban Land Institute Boston/New England. She is also a member of the Cambridge School Committee. Through these roles, she works to advance education, affordable housing, philanthropic giving, food security, worker justice, and public policy. Photo: Cambridge Public Schools

+ BIO: Abby Goldenfarb

Abby Goldenfarb is the vice president for development at Trinity Financial, a leading affordable housing developer in Boston. One of her most recent projects was Boston East, a waterfront development project with 200 units.

+ BIO: Sara Myerson

Sara Myerson is the Director of Planning at the BPDA. She previously worked for the City of Boston as the Executive Director of Imagine Boston 2030 and the Executive Director of the Office of Olympic Planning. Sara also served as the Chief of Staff and Director of Policy at Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) in Boston, a nonprofit developer dedicated to preserving, creating and restoring affordable homes for low- and moderate-income households. Photo: BPDA

Boston Society of Architects/AIA and the BSA Foundation
Boston Harbor for All Summit