Society & Culture
LeVette Fuller: Actively Making a Strong Town
Who are the people working to make their places stronger?
On this episode of The Bottom-Up Revolution, host Tiffany Owens Reed interviews LeVette Fuller. Fuller was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, and has served for four years on the city council, ran for mayor, and is now working in real estate. She’s taken part in many projects pointed toward creating a stronger, more adaptable city, including Reform Shreveport, which hosts a Fiscal Impact Analysis conducted by Urban3 on their site, as well as a portal for citizens to inform the city of local needs.
Tune in to this episode and hear Fuller talk about Shreveport, its unique history, and how she’s bringing new ideas to the city.ADDITIONAL SHOW NOTES
LeVette Fuller (Twitter).
Reform Shreveport (Website).
Tiffany Owens Reed (Instagram).
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