Parlor Talk: Marlowe Stoudamire
“How can the power of relationships & social capital build a stronger city?” Join us in the parlor with Marlowe Stoudamire of Butterfly Effect Detroit.
Stoudamire is passionate about creating shared experiences & building relationships to help individuals, businesses & communities leverage their value—and to bring diverse groups together across cultural & ideological lines. A native of Detroit and Cass Tech grad, Stoudamire has led community initiatives including The Detroit 67 Project and Mash Detroit, guest-hosted American Black Journal on Detroit Public Television, and worked with Skillman Foundation and Henry Ford Health System. In 2013, he received the Marshall Memorial Fellowship through the German Marshall Fund of the United States to represent Detroit in transatlantic exchange. Most recently, he was selected for the 2018 Harvard Business School Young American Leaders Program.
Hosted by Orlando Bailey
Locals & travelers welcome
Thanks to support from Knight Foundation