THITPIN

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Summary

Fran Zuch is a Bath Girl who is Geeky for all things tech and science. She is also a natural community builder and in this episode, during the times of social-distancing, I have a conversation with her about her travels and how that has shaped her experiences with the landscape to building communities.

Music by Bensound - Tomorrow

Show Notes

Whilst Fran may not be in the field of Landscape Architecture, there is a lot we can learn from emerging tech and science communities whereby these fields can be often male dominated. This has led Fran and many other like minded individuals to form safe groups for women that are wanting to show their passion and expression for their field, including to gain more confidence. Hence, we can start to learn about community building for minority groups. 

Fran touches on the two key factors for community building:
- the need for facilitators, wiling to build a community, to enable the networking process between existing and new members and ensure growth and positive encouragement and belonging
- communication, communication, communication, a constant and undoubtedly useful skill to ensure we are all meeting each other's needs. 

This is one of the coming episodes that begin to answer an ongoing questioning into community building. Positive community building can be an asset for nature. Skills needed to build a thriving a community such as empathy, clear communication and emotional intelligence can be used to create beneficial changes for our landscapes. There is nothing more powerful, necessary and of sole importance than human beings coming together to create a positive impact. 

What is THITPIN?

Thitpin podcast is a fun and exploratory mission to uncover the layers of landscape, our relationship towards it and beyond what we define as our landscape to unearth and connect with people and places, ideas and history thereby connecting ultimately with landscape itself.

Each month brings a range of guests such as, from a monk to an environmental journalist, designers and artists, whose expertise, passion and knowledge will give us all the perspective of what it is like to experience the landscape from their standpoint.

A combination of factual research with intimate, personal and passionate conversations, this podcast is a must listen for curious minds that want to go in depth on a journey of uncovering and exploring the landscape around us.