This Week's Speaker: Zach Yentzer
Zach Yentzer will be presenting a talk on "The Whole City- my experiences seeing how the diverse topics of housing and entrepreneurship and brain drain and others all connect, to make Tucson a place where we can spend 36 years, not just 36 hours."
Zach is the host of The Creative City Show on KVOI the Voice
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The Creative City Show shares the stories and strategies of the people and ideas shaping Tucson's future. Highlighting organizations and individuals who are excelling at bringing people together, mentoring the next generation, and investing in ideas that impact. Invested city advocates and decision-makers who want to keep a pulse on the present and future of Tucson are listening, and being listened to!
The Creative City Show
Tucson is at a tipping point, and The Creative City Show is the only live radio
broadcast and on-demand podcast in Tucson dedicated to envisioning,
discussing, and debating the issues defining a thriving city.
About the Show!
The Creative City Show shares the stories and strategies of the people and ideas shaping
Tucson’s future, covering weekly issues surrounding:
- Technology and Innovation: Research and development of new products and services
for the 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution)
- Entrepreneurship and SME (Small-to-Midsize Business): Exploration of the backbone of
our local economy and how Tucson maintains its regional competitiveness
- Neighborhoods and Urban Planning: Discussion of the elements of a great
neighborhood including walkability, city services, safety, and Smart Growth
- Housing and Affordability: Consideration of the types of housing and density needed to
provide housing affordability and accessibility in Tucson, and ways to mitigate
gentrification and displacement
- Water and Sustainability: Exploration of innovative solutions for making our
commercial and residential areas more sustainable, and preserving and expanding our
water sources
- Land Use and Development: Envisioning and promoting strategic growth and
development that simultaneously preserves our history and enhances the experience of
the buildings, streets, and open spaces that conserve Tucson’s special character
- Economic Development and Branding: How do we take advantage of our local assets
and opportunities to grow our economy and retain and attract people and ideas?