What We've Done
"CBI has been a resource for education, professional development, and community building.
They are a catalyst for the King Studio project that will create economic development in a struggling central city neighborhood, revive Evanston's articist heritage and community pride and bring national exposure to Cincinnati's musical heritage. The unique partnership with the Community Building Institute has enhanced our relationship with other surrounding communities by providing resources and technical assistance."
-Anzora Adkins, Evanston Community Council President
"CBI is an invaluable partner in Price Hill Will’s community development efforts. They bring a wealth of knowledge and a dedicated staff committed to engaging citizens in order to make all of our neighborhoods better places to live, work and play."
-Ken Smith, Price Hill Will Executive Director
"My introduction to the art (or science) of community development began with my first CBI seminar some five years ago ! CBI was pre-LISC for me ... Since then, I've attempted to utilize CBI's resources to continue to develop my craft! I find the peer-to-peer sessions to be fascinating, the staff to be kind and highly skilled, and the concept of a Community Building Institute to be of great need, particularly in urban communities like mine."
-Ozie Davis III MS, JD, LISC Program Officer
- Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority
- Clermont County Community Plan
- Price Hill Comprehensive Pan
- Port Authority
- Evanston-Norwood-Xavier Community Partnership
- EVANSTON NOW!
- Hamilton County Clusters
- The Do Right Campaign
- Northside Land Use Plan
- Lower Price Health & Safety Action Plan
- STRIVE Community Engagement Report
- Cincinnati Public Schools Community Learning Centers
- Great Ideas Luncheons
- The Millcreek Improvement Project
- Peer Learning Luncheons
- Community Connections Training
- NSO Community Building Coaching and Training Program
- Neighborhoods of Choice Training
- Revitalizing Neighborhood Business Districts from Within