On July 10th, 2019, the World Business Academy hosted a Global Citizens Club meeting focusing on housing solutions for a vibrant Santa Barbara. The incredible turnout at this event underscored how much our audience cares about making our community work well. Topics addressed in July included millennial housing, project affordability, and policy allowances. The panelists and attendees alike brought innovative solutions and thoughtful questions to the discussion, all with a vision of the beautiful, lively potential that the future of Santa Barbara holds.
To keep the conversation going, we want to invite you to attend the following Free event presented by the local UC Berkeley community. This special program will be addressing both economic vitality and the local housing crisis while preserving Santa Barbara’s urban character.
Featuring internationally acclaimed thought leader, Gregory Marrow, Ph.D, who is currently the Executive Director of the college’s Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development and Design, brings over 20 years of experience in sustainable urban development, planning and design. Comments from community leaders and a discussion with Q&A will follow. Discussion to be moderated by Anthony Grumbine, featuring John Campanella, Nina Johnson and Peter Lewis.
Hosted by the UC Berkley Community of Santa Barbara and Ventura, this program celebrates the upcoming 60th anniversary of UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design.
Urban Housing Development
A community Discussion on Practical Solutions
for Santa Barbara
Residents, Planners & Developers
October 23, 2019
5:30pm – 8pm
Impact Hub SB – Downtown
117 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101