We talk to two residents, Kay and Bailey, from the North Highlands Neighborhood Association about the characteristics of their neighborhood and what they think makes their neighborhood healthy. Kay has lived in the neighborhood for over 30 years and been extremely active, including being the neighborhood president for a number of years. Kay and others advocated for and led some of the most comprehensive public infrastructure projects in a neighborhood setting of any other neighborhood we've seen. Bailey and her family moved into North Highlands a few years ago and has quickly taken a more organic role to be active in the neighborhood by leverage modern communication tools, encouraging neighbors to get involved, and taking responsibility to create the type of community neighbors want. Their conversation illustrates what we're beginning to see more and more as multi-generational leadership merges together to lead neighborhoods.
Link to Kay and Bailey’s Video and Andrew's written reflections from the interview.