Rachel Lynn Miller
Q1. What was your favorite project to work on?
This is a challenging question for me. Everything was so new when I started. I would say in general I loved getting the opportunity to provide real input in the processes and communications and see that played out in action.
Q2. What attracted you to be a part of People’s Liberty?
I first heard of PL when I was at sidewinder in Northside and saw a sign that read "Innovation must be disruptive." I know it wasn't long ago (end of 2014), but Cincinnati was just at the cusp of talking about disruption, changing protocol, and shifting thought in a way is creative and innovative ways. I knew I had to take part in this civic experiment in some way.
Q3. Describe your PL experience in 3 words.
Exciting. Fresh. Challenging.
Q4. What is/was your favorite lunch break treat?
Just being next to Findlay market was fantastic. If you needed some fresh air or to clear your mind, you had a great place to walk around and simultaneously window shop for whatever is calling to you that day. I lean toward bringing lunch from home as an ideal, but I definitely indulged in my fair share of local favorites.
Q5. Quick question. If you could invite anyone, no boundaries, to be a speaker at PL, who would it be?
Buckminster Fuller. He's someone who understood that over-specialization and attachment to monarchial ways of thinking hinder our ability to be real contributors to our society/environment. Good ol' Bucky Fuller is from the "doer" school of thought, if you see something that needs to be done, do it. He believed if everyone thought/acted in this way - we would have a society that is shifted toward addressing need and not attaching value to meaningless titles or segmentation.