Event Recap: NNIP Partners Meeting

November 1, 2022

Event Recap: NNIP Partners Meeting

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CURA participated in this year's National Neighborhood Indicator Partnership meeting in Washington, DC. Consulting manager/ senior researcher, Nicole Hall, presented on the Ghost Neighborhoods of Columbus project. During this 3 day meeting, we had the opportunity to connect with similar organizations across the country.

This spring, CURA and the Mid-Ohio Regional Commission (MORPC) were accepted into the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP).  This joint partnership was created to boost community engagement while using the NNIP framework. The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) is a learning network, coordinated by the Urban Institute, that connects independent partner organizations in more than 30 cities. NNIP was formed in 1996 as a peer learning network by six local organizations that saw a need for neighborhood-level data to inform local decision-making.