S ELECTED P ROFESSIONAL A CTIVITIES Advisory Member German Marshall Fund Trans

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S ELECTED P ROFESSIONAL A CTIVITIES Advisory Member, German Marshall Fund Trans-Atlantic Advisory Committee, 2007-2010
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Chair, Council of Government’s Regional Planning Directors Technical Advisory Committee, January 2003-2004; DC representative on Technical Advisory Committee, January 2000-2002. Member, National and National Capital Area Chapter, American Planning Association. Volunteer Mediator for the City of Portland, Neighborhood & Police Mediation, 1995-1997. City of Portland, Mediator Training, 120 hours, 1995-1997. Received Certificate of Completion. S ELECTED P APERS AND P UBLICATIONS Wagner, Julie and Dan Watch (2017), “Innovation Spaces: The New Design of Work,” Brookings Institution, Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking. Wagner, Julie (primary author) with Jennifer Vey, Steve Davies and Nate Storring (2017), Advancing a New Wave of Competitiveness: The Role of Mayors in Advancing Innovation Districts,” Brookings Institution, Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking. Wagner, Julie and Nate Storing (2016), “So You Think You Have an Innovation District?” Detailed article outlining how to audit starting assets of burgeoning innovation districts. Katz, Bruce and Julie Wagner (2014), “The Rise of Innovation Districts: A New Geography of Innovation in America,” Brookings Institution, Metropolitan Policy Program Brief and official website. Katz, Bruce and Julie Wagner (2012), speech and presentation, “Strengthening Linkages Between U.S. and Brazilian Cities.” Katz, Bruce and Julie Wagner (2012), “Transformative Investments,” ETHOS Magazine. Rode, Philipp and Julie Wagner (2008), “Integrative Planning in Global Cities: Advice to Cities in India,” London School of Economics, The Urban Age. Wagner, Julie (2008), “Neighborhood 10: Strategic Efforts to Re-build DC’s Neighborhoods,” ICMA Greenbook. Altman, Andy, Bruce Katz and Julie Wagner (2007), “An Urban Agenda for an Urban Age,” article in the Urban Age Book produced by the Deutsche Bank and London School of Economic. Altman, Andy, Bruce Katz and Julie Wagner (2006), speech and presentation, “An Urban Agenda for an Urban Age,” delivered at the Deutsche Bank/London School of Economic Urban Age Conference. Katz, Bruce and Julie Wagner (2006), speech and presentation (drawing from framing paper), “Transformative Investments” delivered at the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia. Wagner, Julie (2005), “A Communication and Outreach Handbook for Grands Travaux Projects,” ANCI-IDEALI, Brussels, Belgium. Subsequently translated into Spanish, German, Italian, Polish, Estonian and Greek. Wagner, Julie (2004), City document, presentation and speech, “A Vision for Growing an Inclusive DC” , DC Office of Planning, Washington DC. Wagner, Julie and Canepa, Claudia (2003), “DC's Neighborhood Planning and the Neighborhood Cluster Database: Participation and Accountability of Local Governance at the Neighborhood Level” paper prepared for MIT’s Urban Studies and Planning Conference, Boston, MA. Wagner, Julie (ed., 2003), “Strategic Neighborhood Action Plans” (39 separate plans), DC Office of Planning, Washington DC. Wagner, Julie (2003), “Assessment of the DC Comprehensive Plan”, National Capital APA Newsletter , 3/03, Washington DC.
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