Embedded Planning Keynote at the University of Utah

Stoked to announce that I’m delivering the keynote address for the Internalizing Equity series at the University of Utah Department of City & Metropolitan Planning:

β€œπ™’π™š π˜Ύπ™–π™£π™£π™€π™© 𝙋𝙑𝙖𝙣 𝙁𝙧𝙀𝙒 π™Šπ™ͺ𝙧 π˜Ώπ™šπ™¨π™ π™¨: π™π™π™š π™‰π™šπ™šπ™™ 𝙁𝙀𝙧 π™€π™’π™—π™šπ™™π™™π™šπ™™ π™‹π™‘π™–π™£π™£π™žπ™£π™œ,” Thursday, April 8, 2021.

Note the different Timezone start times: 11am Los Angeles / 12pm Salt Lake City.

RSVP to join here: http://plan.cap.utah.edu/2021/02/internalizing-equity-series/

️Thanks to Bianca Paulino, Claudia Loayza, and Professor Stacy Harwood!

Jonathan Pacheco Bell is a practicing urban planner with over 20 years of experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors spanning the fields of urban planning, architecture, and library/information science. He is the creator of #EmbeddedPlanning, a praxis that situates the work of planners on the ground to advance equity, build authentic relationships, and increase public participation for historically marginalized communities through street-level engagement. Its maxim is: We Cannot Plan From Our Desks! After 14 years as an Embedded Planner in South Central LA for local government and community-based organizations, he recently launched C1TYPLANN3R Company, a workshop to produce new thought and action in his intersecting fields. Jonathan holds an MA in Urban Planning from UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, an MLIS from SJSU iSchool, and undergraduate degrees in political science and architecture.