Access Tallahassee is excited to debut the Future 5 Awards this year as a way to support and recognize upcoming leaders in the community. This award is presented to five area young professionals that are presently growing and excelling in their respective ﬁelds and will continue to positively inﬂuence the growth, prosperity and quality of […]
Congratulations to Access Advisory Council member Slaton Murray of NAI TALCOR (Chair), for being selected to serve on the 2021 KCCI Community Catalyst Project Advisory Committee. The KCCI Project Advisory Committee is comprised of past Catalysts who offer their input, ideas, and expert advice to the volunteer 2021 KCCI Community Catalyst class.
From the Tallahassee Democrat “Manhattan has Tin Pan Alley. Seattle has Post Alley. Tallahassee has Gallie Alley. Lately, the alleyway might be more aptly coined “gallery” alley given its recent multi-mural makeover. The alleyway’s history is as storied as downtown. Its tradition for art is similarly longstanding. “It’s an incredible block that I think often […]
Access Tallahassee is excited to announce it’s Fall 2020 Day of Action! Access invites you to show some love to Downtown Tallahassee through Day of Action, sponsored by Trulieve! Join us on Saturday, November 14th for a downtown clean up and graffiti canvasing. Working in teams, you’ll be given a map, a garbage bags and […]
We’re proud of Access members Patrick O’Bryant and Callie Watson for their hard work as KCCI 2020 Community Catalysts! Check out what they’ve been up to – From WCTV Leon County’s first educational bicycle park was completed this week at Sabal Palm Elementary School as part of a partnership with the Knight Creative Communities Institute. Sabal […]
North American Properties’ VP of Development, Lindsey Magura joins us this episode for an update on the projects they’re working on and how things have shifted in the construction industry since COVID-19.
In this episode, Jay updates us on the latest news about Florida’s stay-at-home order, what it means for local businesses, and what we can expect to see going forward.
We chat about how we as young professionals can approach this crisis, see where opportunities might exist, and how young professionals will come out on the other side of this crisis in a unique position to create change.
Ryan Smith, Chief Clinical Officer/Chief Nursing Officer at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare joins the April 17 episode to share data and insights on COVID-19 as well as how this crisis has affected local healthcare workers.
Hear how the Bond Community champion, mother of nine, and friend of all is adjusting to the “new normal”. We talk about ways we’re supporting each other through these wild times and how being a leader doesn’t necessarily mean you have all the answers.