ACYPL exchange alumna Rhonda Binda, of Venture Smarter, joined us to talk about smart cities and public-private partnerships.
What is a smart city? How do smart cities benefit private citizens, businesses, and governments? How can anyone start an initiative to take their city from regular to “smart”? Watch the video to get Rhonda's answers to all of these questions and more!
About Rhonda Binda:
Rhonda recently returned to her hometown of Jamaica, Queens, New York City, where she led a community revitalization effort that brought many awards from the government and private sector. She was named Business Leader of the Year and currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at The City University of New York – Medgar Evers College.
Rhonda previously served at the U.S. Department of State and in the White House. During that time, she was nominated as a rising political leader by the American Council of Young Political Leaders, a State Department-supported program that chooses rising political leaders from around the world to experience what political life is like in countries other than their own.
Rhonda graduated from Duke University and Georgetown Law, and is an Oxford University Lord Rothermere Scholar. She currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at The City University of New York – Medgar Evers College.