Community Ownership: Learn new ways to build community support through a community engagement process that creates community ownership while translating community input into recognizable and tangible programs and designs while simultaneously increasing support of library initiatives and ballot measures. A process that uses a human-centered "Go to Them" approach that is inclusionary and equitable. A process that customizes itself for each community while ensuring the underserved populations voices are heard. What's more it is a process that comes with a certification as proof to elected officials and the public that a legitimate community engagement process was implemented.
Jeff Davis (MSR Design)
MSR Design is at the forefront of library design having completed over 200 libraries which includes 63 awards for our library work. Jeff Davis with MSR Design has been building communities through library work for over two decades. Jeff's body of professional and volunteer work include efforts of inclusion, equity and diversity within cultural and socio-economic diverse communities. Jeff practices a human-centered approach to community engagement that builds community ownership in the library. This SEED Certified Public Interest Design (PID) process translates community input into recognizable and tangible results while simultaneously increasing support of library initiatives and ballot measures.