In our series Re-imagine Chicago, Reset is teaming up with the University of Chicago’s Center for Effective Government at the Harris School of Public Policy to explore how Chicago’s systems and institutions work and how they could work better for residents.
To kick off our discussion of community investment, we learn about how recent Chicago mayors have approached economic development at the neighborhood level. We also hear from people working in two Chicago neighborhoods about what type of investment they need.
GUESTS: Natalie Moore, WBEZ race, class and communities reporter
Danny Ecker, Crain’s Chicago Business commercial real estate reporter
Nedra Sims-Fears, executive director at Greater Chatham Initiative
Ivette Treviño, executive director at Little Village Chamber of Commerce