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Catalyst Interview Series: Allie VanLandingham

Allie VanLandingham, Client Experience Manager at Capital City Bank, is a dedicated community volunteer who is consistently donating her time to various causes throughout our area. She served on KCCI’s 2009 – 2010 Talent Lives Here Catalyst team.Read More

What Do You Want to See in Tallahassee?

What do you want to see in Tallahassee? What do you think can be improved upon or added to enhance our community? We want to hear from you - take 10 minutes to fill out this survey and make an impact on the future of this city.Read More

Catalyst Interview Series: Ben Graybar

Ben Graybar is a community and financial leader who serves as the vice president and commercial banker for Hancock Bank. Ben was a part of KCCI’s 2009-2010 Community Catalyst team and has continued his work with the initiative ever since. Read More

KCCI Showcase and Preview Event is a Success

KCCI's 2015 Showcase and Preview event held Thursday, September 24th was a huge success. The event was held both in celebration of the 2015 Catalyst team, 2015 activities and the newly announced 2016 project. Read More

Big Ideas Welcomed

ISO: Innovative ideologists with a desire to transform the future of our cities. The Knight Cities Challenge seeks new ideas on how cities can attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunity and create a culture of civic engagement.Read More

Catalyst Interview Series: Dr. Joshua Newman

Dr. Joshua Newman, associate professor in the Deparment of Sports Management at Florida State, is not only an accomplished academic and author but was also an instrumental member of KCCI's 2011 Community Catalyst team.Read More

Encompass Tallahassee

You will notice soon a mural welcoming visitors to Tallahassee’s Midtown District, which marks the launch of the 2015 Community Catalysts team’s campaign to identify and highlight Tallahassee’s landmarks, special interest districts and treasures. Read More

Heritage Fest 2015

Join farmers, artists, health advocates and community builders as we celebrate the Frenchtown Heritage Fest, which is taking place Saturday, October 3 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. in the heart of Historic Frenchtown. Live music and more. Read More