NUSA 2015 - Houston, Texas

The 4th largest city in the United States, Houston truly showed how it puts its "Passion into Action" at NUSA's 40th annual conference. Attended by more than 800 individuals (making it NUSA's biggest attendance in 7 years), the conference featured inspiring keynote messages from Angela Blanchard, the President of Neighborhood Centers Inc, and Kirbyjon Caldwell, Senior Pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church. Attendees were also met with a choice of more than 60 educational workshops and 16 neighborhood pride tours, in addition to a reception hosted by Mayor Annise Parker at the historic Julia Ideson Library. In return, to commemorate NUSA's 40th Anniversary, conference attendees donated more than 1000 books for children who are serviced by the libraries of Neighborhood Centers, Inc.



The link above will take you to the Final Conference Report for NUSA 2015. While below are links to the speeches from keynote speakers, a PDF copy of the 2015 Conference Program Book, photos from the conference, shareable copies from some of the workshops, and a commemorative video celebrating 40 years of NUSA conferences.



Click the video to the left to hear Angela Blanchard's keynote address at the 2015 NUSA Conference.




Click the video to the right to hear Kirbyjon Caldwell's keynote address at the 2015 NUSA Conference.






Click Here for a copy of the Official NUSA 2015 Conference Program Book

Click Here to see photos from the 2015 NUSA Conference


Fair Housing and Equal Employment Opportunity Rules (1-A) CLICK HERE
Orange County, Florida's Safe Neighborhood Program (1-C) CLICK HERE
Hope Farms: Urban Farming in Houston's Food Deserts (1-E) CLICK HERE
Building a Dementia Capable Community (1-K) CLICK HERE
Enhancing Engagement Through Technology (1-N) CLICK HERE
People, Planet, Prosperity (2-E) CLICK HERE
A New Uncharted Process (2-L) - Part 1 CLICK HERE
A New Uncharted Process (2-L) - Part 2 CLICK HERE
A New Uncharted Process (2-L) - Part 3 CLICK HERE
A New Uncharted Process (2-L) - Part 4 CLICK HERE
Finding Space for the Previously Incarcerated (3-B) CLICK HERE
Business Assistance for Neighborhood Corridors (3-E) CLICK HERE
A New Story About Seniors (3-H) CLICK HERE
From Apathy to Action: Love Where You Like (3-K) CLICK HERE
How to Organize in Disconnected Communities (3-L) CLICK HERE
Increasing Participation in the Block Grant Process (4-A) CLICK HERE
Creating Healthy Eating Habits in Low Income Areas (4-C) CLICK HERE
Engage with Community Leaders & Law Enforcement (4-D) CLICK HERE
It Takes a Village: Helping Seniors Age in Place (4-H) CLICK HERE
It takes a Village (4-H) - Part 2 (JFS Disability Resource Guide) CLICK HERE
Strangers to Neighbors: Engaging Masses for the Long Haul (4-L) CLICK HERE
Friends, Funds and Facebook (4-N) CLICK HERE
Grant & Proposal Writing Made Simple (5-A) CLICK HERE
Using City Resources to Combat Neighborhood Nuisances (5-C) CLICK HERE
Redefining Affordable Housing (5-E) CLICK HERE
Creating a Mediation Program in Your Community (5-L) CLICK HERE
How Story Telling Can Unite a Community (5-N) CLICK HERE



Click the video to the right celebrating 40 years of
NUSA conferences.








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