Tiny House
More About The National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation • Join Now!
Community News

A big thank-you to our event sponsors!

We’re bringing the much-loved National Conference on Dialogue & Deliberation to you this year, with NCDD members stepping up to organize regional one-day events in Austin, Boston, Denver, Portland and the San Francisco Bay Area this fall. The events will connect community leaders, public managers and practitioners to help build knowledge and capacity in solving tough community problems regionally through dialogue, deliberation and action.

The events are quite the community effort, with dozens of people donating their time and expertise to put on valuable events, and with numerous national, regional and local organizations showing their support of the events by becoming sponsors.  We created this post to acknowledge and thank our amazing national (All-Star) and local sponsors.

It’s not too late to add your own organization (or yourself) to the list of Sponsors and Partners!  All-Star Sponsors contribute $1500, Sponsors contribute $500, and Partners contribute $250 to help offset event costs and foster local and national networking and knowledge-sharing.

Our All-Star Sponsors for all 5 upcoming NCDD regional events:

Our Sponsors for the Northern California event:

  • De Anza College’s Institute for Community & Civic Engagement (our co-host)
  • City of Cupertino (our co-host)
  • BayNVC
  • California Forward
  • Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership
  • The Institute for Local Government’s Public Engagement and Collaborative Governance program
  • Public Dialogue Consortium

Our Partners for the Northern California event:

  • Cohousing California
  • Common Knowledge
  • Community At Work
  • Institute for Conflict Analysis and Engagement at Antioch University Midwest
  • Municipal Management Association of Northern California
  • San Francisco Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN)
  • SEEDS Community Resolution Center
  • Deborah Goldblatt of Wiser Together

Our Sponsor for the Denver event:

  • Conflict Resolution Institute at the University of Denver

Our Partners for the Denver event:

  • Co-Intelligence Institute
  • Corporation for Positive Change

Our Sponsors for the Austin event:

  • St. Edward’s University, New College (our host)
  • The City of Austin
  • Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church
  • Capital Metro
  • E3 Alliance
  • Lower Colorado River Authority

Our Partners for the Austin event:

  • American Planning Association, Central Texas Section
  • Civic Engagement Initiative of the UT Center for Sustainable Development
  • Community Action Network
  • Conflict Resolution Center at the University of Texas in Austin
  • Greenlights
  • Liveable City
  • Omega Point International, Inc.
  • United Way Capital Area
  • Juli Fellows, Ph.D.
  • Linda Anderson Welsh, Ph.D.

Our Sponsors for the Boston event:

  • University of Mass. Boston’s Office of Public Collaboration (our host)
  • Clark University Difficult Dialogues Initiative
  • Consensus Building Institute
  • The Democracy Imperative
  • Englewood Area Community Foundation
  • Meister Consultants Group

Our Partners for the Boston event:

  • Diapraxis
  • New England Center for Civic Life at Franklin Pierce University
  • Orton Family Foundation

Our Sponsors for the Portland event:

  • City of Portland, Office of Neighborhood Involvement (our host)
  • Healthy Democracy Oregon

Our Partners for the Portland event:

  • Co-Intelligence Institute
  • Countywide Community Forums of King County
  • IAP2 Cascade Chapter
  • Policy Consensus Initiative (PCI)

Thank you, so much, to all our Sponsors and Partners, for helping NCDD make these events successful!

Sandy Heierbacher on FacebookSandy Heierbacher on LinkedinSandy Heierbacher on Twitter
Sandy Heierbacher
Sandy Heierbacher co-founded the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) with Andy Fluke in 2002, with the 60 volunteers and 50 organizations who worked together to plan NCDD’s first national conference. She served as NCDD's Executive Director between 2002 and 2018. Click here for a list of articles and resources authored by Sandy.

  More Posts  

Post Your Comment!

 

-