Resources for EPIC City, County, and Community Partners
Featuring Danielle Verwahren
January 23 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm CT
To improve the support offerings provided to EPIC-N Member Programs, EPIC-N hosts a Training Webinar series. The webinars host expert guests and occur when speakers are available. Members can attend the live taping of the presentation, or review recordings posted to the EPIC-N Member Commons for members to review at any time. Future calls and topics will be posted on the EPIC-N events page. To gain access to the Training Webinar series, join as an EPIC-N Member Program. Details about membership can be found here. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Providing value to all’ is one of EPIC-N’s core philosophies as it does business. EPIC-N realizes that the effort taken by the city, county, or community liaisons working with an EPIC program can be large. This is the first of many resources EPIC-N plans to publish to bring value to city, county, and community leaders working with EPIC programs to make work easier and of higher quality. The “Resources for EPIC City, County, and Community Partners: A conversation with EPIC award winner at the City of Bellevue, WA‘s Management Analyst, Danielle Verwahren,” webinar will start at 1:30 PM CT on Thursday, January 23.
The conversation will focus on lessons Danielle learned from participating as the city staff assigned to managing their 2018-2019 partnership with the University of Washington’s Livable City Year program. Future, and current city, county, and community partners should be invited to engage in this presentation. Those who submit questions before and during the event will have the opportunity to have an open conversation with the presenter.
Danielle Verwahren served as the program manager for the City of Bellevue’s 2018-19 partnership with Livable City Year at the University of Washington. As a management analyst in the City Manager’s Office she manages projects centered around community outreach, employee engagement, and organizational performance in addition to providing extensive research and analysis to support high-profile initiatives. Danielle earned a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s in political science and economics from Colorado State University. Passionate about the next generation of public servants, she sits on the International City/County Management Association Advisory Board on Graduate Education and actively recruits students through the Livable City Year partnership.