Thank you for joining us at the Memphis Neighborhood Preservation Summit 2020!
We appreciate your virtual attendance and support at the 2020 Memphis Neighborhood Preservation Summit on August 28. Congratulations to our winners on their fantastic achievements!
Leadership Impact: Inspector Felecia Campbell, Shelby County Code Enforcement
Grassroots leader of the year: Mr. Samuel Ballard, Palmershire Park Neighborhood Association
Residential property of the year: Divine Properties LLC
Commercial property of the year: Vivian Bowen, VAB Banquet Hall
Law students of the year: Cory Chitwood and Faith Merriweather
Neighborhood Achievement Winners: Alcy Ball CDC and Gethsemane Garden Church of God in Christ
President’s Award: Shelby County Attorney Marlinee Iverson
Chairman’s Award: Director of Housing and Community Development Paul A. Young
StoryBoard Memphis coverage of winners can be found here at
We would also like to thank our wonderful presenters Mayor Strickland, Mayor Harris, Mr. Paul Morris, Ms. Brittany Williams, Professor Daniel Schaffzin, and Mr. Steve Barlow for helping us to celebrate Memphis and the 2020 Award Winners.
You can find the recordings of the summit webinars and the awards ceremony below.
May 1 Memphis Neighborhood Preservation Summit Workshops
- Data Tools and How to Use Them presented by the Data Committee
- The Top 20: The Citizen Advocacy Approach to Vacant and Abandoned Apartment Complexes in Memphis presented by the Reclaim and Reuse Committee
- Outside the Cart: Waste Collection Problem Solving presented by the Community Engagement Committee
- Code Processes At Work presented by the Code Enforcement Committee
August 28 Memphis Neighborhood Preservation Summit Awards