The Forefront Fellowship is dedicated to cultivating emerging leaders in urban design, development, policy, and advocacy.4>
On June 16, join Kate MacKenzie and the 2021 Forefront Fellows to discuss new work on neighborhood food systems.
On March 18, Forefront Fellows hosted a discussion on creative strategies to support business conversions to employee ownership.
On June 17, join Kizzy Charles-Guzman, Tonya Gayle and the 2020 Forefront Fellows for a discussion on building a just, green economy in New York City.
On June 23, candidates interested in the 2021 Forefront Fellowship, Neighborhood Fare, are welcome to attend an information session to learn more about the program.
On February 18, Forefront Fellows hosted a workshop investigating how the 15-minute neighborhood framework can build community power and support a resilient recovery in New York. As New Yorkers face the triple threat of COVID-19, the climate crisis, and economic inequality, planners, designers and policy-makers are exploring solutions for a just, green recovery. The 15-minute […]
On February 18, Forefront Fellows hosted a cross-sectoral discussion on building a pipeline for green careers through investment in public infrastructure. Historically in moments of economic downturn, the investment, construction, and maintenance of public infrastructure has been leveraged as a key mechanism for job creation and workforce development — from the New Deal of the […]