Integrity Integrated to host a Big Table conversation 4.20.18 at 3:30pm.
The goal of a community-wide initiative called the Quad-Cities Big Table is to talk about what would make this area a better place for everyone. This conversation will unfold on April 20 and 21 when some 5,000 people representing different ages and backgrounds will be invited to participate in 500, one-hour, small group conversations.
Ginny Wilson-Peters, President of Integrity Integrated, and Randy Moore, President of Iowa American Water, will host a table at the Integrity Integrated office located at 1019 Mound Street, Davenport, IA. They will guide the discussions, but the topics, issues and ideas will be driven by the interests and perspectives of the participants. This session will be held on Friday, April 20th from 3:30-4:30pm.
Quad-Cities Big Table is an initiative of the Q2030 Regional Action Plan, a shared vision endorsed by more than 240 business, nonprofit, academic, business and community leaders to make the Quad-Cities a cool, creative, connected and prosperous place. Following the conversations, participants will receive a brief email survey. It will ask about people’s experience, the topics their group discussed and the extent to which they might be willing to work on solutions.
Q2030 will share these outcomes, including trends, common themes and new collaborations developed to advance some of the ideas and solutions generated. To register to attend as a host or participant can do so by signing up online at quadcitiesbigtable.com.