October 30, 8:45am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Virtual
part of a series on Transit
About the speaker
Josh Cohen is TransLoc’s National Director of Policy and co-host of The Movement Podcast. As one of TransLoc’s earliest employees, Josh helped TransLoc grow from 5 customers to 120 customers as TransLoc’s Director of Business Development before serving as Director of Strategy and Partnerships. In his current role, Josh profiles and inspires the courageous leadership necessary to build the equitable, accessible, and verdant mobility future we all deserve.
Prior to TransLoc, Josh was CEO of DomoLife, a real-estate services business, and VP of Turnkey Sports, a sports business consultancy. Though he has lived and worked all over the Triangle, Josh’s heart is in its western half, attending both UNC and Duke and currently chasing his three kids around the Bull City. In his spare time, Josh enjoys roasting his own coffee, smoking his own barbeque, and relaxing on his screen porch.
CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. We hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
Counter Culture Coffee is dedicated to finding and bringing to market the most exciting and delicious coffees in the world. We approach our work with a passion for the ideal of coffee perfection, a dedication to real sustainability, and a commitment to cutting-edge education throughout the coffee chain.
Addressing the issue of food waste, Raleigh Environmental Award winner CompostNow is pioneering a member-based food scrap collection and composting service currently helping thousands divert food scraps from landfills (230,000 lbs to-date) and support garden partners with nutrient rich soil (created from the food scarps, and) needed to grow fresh, chemical-free food. Cups at Creative Mornings Raleigh are compostable!
North Carolina Modernist Houses is a nonprofit 501C3 with a mission to document, preserve, and promote Modernist residential design. NCMH’s website ncmodernist.org is the largest online digital archive in the state, and their wildly popular house tours, happy hours, architecture film series, and Matsumoto Prize competition keeps mid-century houses away from the bulldozer. North Carolina is the third largest concentration of Modernist houses in America. Visit @ncmodernist on Instagram and Facebook to connect and engage.
From the arts to food to nonprofits, WALTER tells the stories of our community. WALTER is available on racks around Raleigh, online at waltermagazine.com or by subscription.
A VIRTUAL GATHERING
For our virtual event, we’ll be gathering via Zoom. Registered attendees will be emailed a protected link before the event. New to Zoom? Join the club and sign up for a free account ahead of time.
Raleigh, North Carolina United States
October 30, 2020
8:45am - 10:00am