Kimberly Driggins is at home in DC, where she’s lived for 20 years, and she wants other residents to be as excited about the city as she is. She believes this can happen if the benefits of growth are equitably distributed. As associate director for Citywide Planning in the DC Office of Planning, Driggins has used arts and culture as tools for rapid implementation of these critical planning goals.
The Loeb Fellowship initiated the Video Profiles project in 2012 to enable current Loeb Fellows to tell their stories, what motivates them and how the Fellowship has been meaningful for their work. Maggie Janik, GSD Multimedia Producer, and Joanne Nerenberg, Loeb Affiliate ‘12, are directing the project.
See other Loeb Video Profiles.