Community Impact, Inclusion, and Engagement
The Hill District has a long, complex and storied history. Recognizing the many needs of the adjacent communities, The Community Collaboration Implementation Plan offers a framework to collectively engage around shared goals and optimize the positive impacts the development can have. Work with local non-profits, minority-owned businesses, community leaders and organizations to find synergies that support the project’s success while helping to set a new standard for mixed use development in urban settings.
Executive Management Committee (EMC)
Oversight and implementation of the CCIP is the responsibility of the Executive Management Committee, a nine-person committee with three co-chairs.
Executive Management Committee
R. Daniel Lavelle, City of Pittsburgh Councilman, District 6
Jake Pawlak, Deputy Mayor & Director Office of Management and Budget, City of Pittsburgh
Kevin Acklin, President Business Operations, Pittsburgh Penguins
Tyian Battle, Executive Director, ACH Clear Pathways
Alicia George, Executive Director, Schenley Heights Community Development Program, Inc.
Glenn Grayson, Jr. – Sr. Program Manager for Real Estate, Neighborhood Allies
Glenn Mahone, - Retired Partner, Reed Smith LLP
Tracey McCants Lewis, Chief People Officer & General Counsel, Pittsburgh Penguins
Marimba Milliones, President & CEO, Hill CDC
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