Majora Carter, in conversation with Aarón Regla Bretón, AIA, NOMA
Wednesday, November 3, 12:30 pm

Majora Carter is a real estate developer, urban revitalization strategy consultant, MacArthur Fellow and Peabody Award winning broadcaster. She is responsible for the creation and successful implementation of numerous economic developments, technology & green-infrastructure projects, policies and job training & placement systems.

Carter applies her corporate consulting practice focused on talent-retention to reducing Brain Drain in American low-status communities. She has firsthand experience pioneering sustainable economic development in one of America’s most storied low-status communities: the South Bronx.

She and her teams develop vision, strategies and the type of development that transforms low-status communities into thriving mixed-use local economies. Her approach harnesses capital flows resulting from American re-urbanization to help increase wealth building opportunities across demographics left out of all historic financial tide changes. Majora’s work produces long term fiscal benefits for governments, residents, and private real estate developments throughout North America.

Majora is quoted on the walls of the Smithsonian Museum of African-American History and Culture in DC:

“Nobody should have to move out of their neighborhood to live in a better one.”

The session is an event during the A’21 MN Conference on Architecture. If you are intending to register for A’21 MN please select event D2-32. Keynote Address with Majora Carter: Community as Corporation in your registration. All others can register via the link below.