On June 25th the Child Poverty Collaborative hosted a Community Summit in Cincinnati, Ohio. This event was built around community conversation to take on poverty by working together to improve the lives of children in Cincinnati. I was a member of the 6 person team hired by Greg Whicker to bring the power of visuals to over 700 attendees.
Over 700 attendees at the Community Summit #cincytakesonpoverty
Each team member worked on a different portion of the 3-D display to capture the harvest.
Working on my portion of the 3-D chart that represents “What’s missing” from the solution to childhood poverty.
The final visual summary, our Gigantic 3-D display was a hit!
Checkout WLWT to see my drawing in action during the news segment.
This was a day of listening, learning, sharing and community. I am so glad that I was able to be a part of this important work. Please leave a comment below.
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Lisa Nelson loves to combine art with life. Lisa captures conversations with hand-drawn pictures so people can "see" what's being said. Her visual summaries range from business and leadership to community and faith. Her work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Ogilvy & Mather, and Social Media Week. She works locally in the Washington, D.C. area and world-wide.