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September Small Networking Lunch with Miriam Zuk

  • September 16, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom
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Join WP+D for a Zoom networking brown bag!

Wednesday, September 16th from 12:00 PM-1:00PM

This month's featured guest:

Miriam Zuk, Senior Program Director at Enterprise Community Partners

In the winter of 2019, Enterprise welcomed Miriam Zuk as the senior program director in the Chicago market, where she leads their work on equitable, healthy and sustainable development. Zuk has been advancing environmental and housing justice through research and policy for more than 15 years. 


She is the co-founder of the Urban Displacement Project, a research and action lab at the University of California at Berkeley. Zuk is widely published and quoted on the issues of neighborhood change, gentrification, displacement and equitable and sustainable development. Most recently she worked as a consultant with the Illinois Public Health Institute to strengthen health and housing partnerships in Cook County. Before becoming an urban planner, she worked on improving air quality in urban environments, serving as the deputy director of Air Quality Research for the Mexican Ministry of Environment in the early 2000s.

Zuk believes in the importance of collaboration and community engagement, and she is excited to begin partnering with local collaborative and communities to advance equitable development throughout Chicago. Her background as a first-generation American and a grandchild of Holocaust survivors instilled in Zuk the value to honor difference and the drive to fight against oppression from an early age. These same values motivate her current efforts to fight for an equitable society that gives all people access to freedom and opportunity.

Zuk has a Ph.D. in urban planning from the University of California at Berkeley, a master's degree in technology and policy from M.I.T. and a bachelor's degree in environmental science from Barnard College. 

Please Note: This is a members-only event limited to five (5) participants.  Registration is now open . Registration occurs on a first-come, first-served basis and typically fills up quickly. Zoom link for the event will be sent upon registration. 

Attendance & Cancellation Policy: We ask that members register for no more than two (2) consecutive lunches. If you have attended the past two lunches and would like to attend this event, please register via the usual process, and we will place your name on the wait list. If space becomes available or registration isn't full a week in advance, we will contact you. Due to the popularity of these lunches, we ask for a 48-hour cancellation notice. Failure to notify us in advance may result in a 3-month suspension from the Networking Lunch series.

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