**SOLD OUT** Luncheon: Social Equity & Development (OKC)
Come join us for our luncheon series as we learn from non-profit and development leaders who are directly addressing the issue of social equity in the local housing market. We will hear from City Care’s executive team, Adam Luck and Rachel Freeman, about plans for the new night shelter and transitional housing projects as well as Pivot representative, Richard McKown, about a tiny home micro-community for young men transitioning out of the Department of Human Services.
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Adam Luck is the Chief Executive Officer of City Care, non-profit organization seeking to inspire those willing to look social injustice and extreme poverty in the face and empower them to do whatever it takes to create change. Adam was appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to the Oklahoma State Board of Corrections and also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Center for Employment Opportunities, a national non-profit that provides comprehensive employment services to individuals with recent criminal convictions.
Rachel Freeman – City Care OKC
Rachel Freeman is the Chief Operating Officer for City Care. She spends her days coaching and cheering on an incredibly passionate team of program directors, board members and volunteers and persuading individuals, corporations, small businesses and foundations that City Care is a mission worth investing in. With a personal goal of $100 million, Rachel has [so far] raised $40 million for nonprofits in Oklahoma City and Dallas, supporting missions in the arts, health and research, early education, mentoring and social services. Not too shabby for a first-generation college graduate who accidentally became a fund raiser.
Richard McKown – City Center Development, LLC
Richard McKown works as a developer, artist and community designer. He holds an MFA in Sculpture from Boston University and a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and a Yale Fellowship in Painting, He lived in central France for four years, working as an artist. After returning to the states his focus has been on developing meaningful community open spaces, combining low impact development techniques, sculpture and narrative. McKown’s interest in mixed use walkable communities has led him to the development of infill projects in downtown OKC. As Development Partner for City Center Development, LLC, McKown has recently completed LEVEL Urban Apartments, MOSAIC, OKSEA an assemblage of shipping containers, and the restoration of the Rock Island PLOW building in Bricktown.