While at the city of Syracuse I interned as a Storytelling Intern.
StarTup In Residence
Startup in Residence is a program that connects governments with startups to solve government-led civic challenges. As a government partner in the 2018-2019 STiR cohort, the City of Syracuse has identified three different City challenges that we have three different start-up companies helping us to solve. In this video is Adria Finch(former Chief Innovation Office for the City of Syracuse).
City of Syracuse work with Camino to provide a better permitting process. In the video is Jake Dishaw (Director of Central Permit Office at City of Syracuse) and Nate Levine (Founder at Camino).
City of Syracuse work with Vite to provide a community incentive. In the video is Samantha Linnett (former Innovation Design Lead for the Office of Accountability Performance and Innovation at the City of Syracuse) and Luke Kim(Chief Marketing Officer of VITE Labs).
In the video is Timothy "Noble" Jennings-Bey (Director of the Trauma Response Team) and Adam Peruta(President of Zivics).
2019 Priority Area: Permitting
"When people think about neighborhood development and economic development, they often think of construction, new buildings, renovations, small businesses, and jobs. However, they don’t often think about the behind the scenes work that goes into those larger efforts. People spend countless hours planning, working, and developing their projects. They spend time and money to create something that will not only impact their lives, but the entire community." http://www.innovatesyracuse.com/blog/permitting