Names of Members Announced for the First Mayor’s Neighborhood University 2.0 Class
Mayor’s Neighborhood University is back with a revamped program under Mayor Jane Castor’s administration. The first MNU 2.0 class will feature 28 citizens who will learn how to become neighborhood leaders and get a crash course on city government.
MNU participants will meet on Tuesday evenings for 12 sessions. They will receive a behind-the-scenes look at city government and hear from officials in various departments throughout the city. This will give them key insights into how different departments operate and how they affect their neighborhoods.
Each class member will learn valuable leadership skills and receive key resources that they can take back into their neighborhoods. In this way, they will serve as ambassadors for our city, spreading awareness for various city services and programs.
The members of the first ever MNU 2.0 class include:
Old Seminole Heights
Northeast Community / Live Oak Square
Channel District Community Alliance
Gandy/Sun Bay South
Gandy/Sun Bay South
North Bon Air
Kellie Hero Messano
North Hyde Park
Tom Jones (Pastor)
Fair Oaks/Manhattan Manor
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- Laura Lenhart - Davis Islands
- Jonathan Sands - Palma Ceia West
- Maggie MacDonald - Palmetto Beach
- Megan Jordan - Old Seminole Heights
- Terin Cremer - Parkland Estates
The City of Tampa is excited to have MNU back in session and welcome this new class of community leaders.
Members and the public can use #MNUTampa to join the conversation.
For more information about MNU and how you can get involved, visit tampagov.net/mayorsneighborhooduniversity.
About Mayor’s Neighborhood University
Mayor’s Neighborhood University is a program that launched in 2013 to engage citizens who eager to get involved and work with local government to uplift our community. 250 alumni have graduated from MNU to date, and many have gone on to become community leaders and activists.