10-Minute Walk: Using Data to Prioritize Actions
Includes a Live Event on 03/21/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Data is a powerful decision-making tool. Prior to deciding on the best plan of action for systematically increasing equitable park access and quality, it is essential to utilize quality data to select the best method for impact. Join us for a webinar and interactive panel discussion on collecting and assessing data to select and prioritize actions. Panelists will be sharing case studies and best practices that will help guide the development of plans, policies, and funding opportunities in your city. Bring your questions and ideas for a robust discussion!
Program Specialist, National Recreation and Park Association
Jared Mummert is a Program Specialist at NRPA, working on the 10-Minute Walk campaign. As a graduate in Environmental Law and Policy from Unity College, he is dedicated to environmental justice issues. Prior to his time at NRPA, Jared worked as a political and community outreach organizer on multiple campaigns, including organizing farmers in Maryland to close loopholes in the Clean Water Act, engaging Colorado voters in the 2014 midterm election, and connecting low-income families to national parks. He has also served in the Student Conservation Association, AmeriCorps, and the National Park Service as park ranger for multiple sites, including Grand Teton National Park. As an avid outdoorsman and public lands advocate, Jared is passionate about ensuring everyone has access to quality open spaces.