Neighbors for More Neighbors - Metro Atlanta
Neighbors for More Neighbors of Metro Atlanta is a volunteer run advocacy group working for abundant homes in the Atlanta region. Talk to your friends about zoning!
Our Advisory Board:
Andrea Cervone was elected and served as a city council member in Clarkston, Georgia, the most ethnically diverse square mile in America. Andrea was the youngest female council member in Clarkston's 135-year history and has a decade of experience in public service. As a Councilmember, Andrea helped create Clarkston's first-ever Affordable Housing Trust Fund and pushed the city to approve a first-of-its-kind tiny home development. Currently, Andrea serves as the Director of Strategy for the Center for Civic Innovation.
I work as a marketing communicator, strategist and community liaison for PadSplit, an innovative real estate startup attacking the housing crisis for the working class in America's cities.
Pavan Iyer is a licensed architect in the state of Georgia and former Buzz graduated from Georgia Tech with a Master’s in Architecture and a minor in Environmental Science. Prior to starting eightvillage, Pavan was a designer at Lake Flato in San Antonio, working on projects of all scales, including net-zero water houses, higher education buildings, and urban projects. Upon returning to Atlanta, Pavan played an intergral part in starting-up and piloting numerous local initiatives, including Ryan Gravel’s urban think-tank Generator, a non-profit dedicated to fostering ideas for cities by people.