15th Annual Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange Conference To Feature Joseph Porcelli
Due to Hurricane Florence, this year's Neighborhood Exchange is cancelled.
This year's Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be at the McKimmon Center at 1101 Gorman Street.
The Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange brings together residents from all over the city to meet each other and City staff, share ideas, and work together to strengthen their communities.
The theme of this year's conference is “Communication,” so residents are encouraged to come out and join us in the conversation! The day will start with an exhibitor hall where residents can meet representatives from different City departments and learn how to get more involved. Then residents can pick two sessions to attend centered around “communication.”
Stay for lunch and our keynote speaker, Joseph Porcelli, the Northeast Senior City Strategist and “Professional Neighbor” at Nextdoor.com.
You must be registered in order to attend. Registration will not be accepted on the day of the event. A light breakfast and lunch will be included with the registration fee. The registration fee is $10 for Raleigh residents and $15 for non-Raleigh residents.
Make checks or money orders payable to the City of Raleigh and mail to:
Community Engagement Division
Attn: Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange
P.O. Box 590
Raleigh, NC 27602
Joseph Porcelli Senior City Strategist, Nextdoor
Joseph Porcelli currently serves a Nextdoor’s Northeast Senior City Strategist and "professional neighbor."
In this role, Mr. Porcelli focuses on bringing city partners onto the Nextdoor platform to improve relationships and communications among neighbors and city agencies. Some of Joseph’s most notable partnerships successes are with the Baltimore City and Raleigh Police departments and the White House on the 21st Century Community Policing Data Initiative.
Before joining Nextdoor, Mr. Porcelli oversaw the Community Engagement consulting practice at GovDelivery, served as the nation's first Community Engagement Strategist for the Department of Homeland Security, andled online operations and partnerships for the ServiceNation campaign which passed the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act of 2009.
He received a BA in marketing and business management at Saint Michael’s College.
Residents can register online.
For more information please contact the Community Engagement Division at 919-996-4330.