By Andrea Orlando

Community Director

The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking

Sharnita Johnson, Arts Program Manager for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation joined us for an interview for the latest episode of the CreativePlace podcast. The foundation supports the arts, education and environment throughout the Garden State. Johnson is originally from Michigan, and like many transplants from other states she is delighted with what the Garden State has to offer. She also believes that creative placemaking is the key to helping the foundation in its new strategic direction towards an equitable New Jersey. Have a listen, and be sure to subscribe.

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