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GOVERNOR BRYANT ANNOUNCES â€œYEAR OF THE CREATIVE ECONOMY: MISSISSIPPI HOMECOMINGâ€� - Mississippi's 64th Governor, Phil Bryant
For more information about the creative economy in Mississippi, contact Mary Margaret White, MDA Tourism's bureau manager for Creative Economy & Culture, at email@example.com or (601)359-5750, or Alan Henderson, Creative Economy program manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (601)359-3186.
For more information about Mississippi's creative economy, contact Mary Margaret White, MDA Tourism's bureau manager for Creative Economy & Culture, at email@example.com or 601.359.5750, or Alan Henderson, Creative Economy program manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 601.359.3186.
A young and bright Alan Henderson left his north Jackson home after graduating from St. Joseph Catholic School in 2005.
He packed his bags and headed to Howard University in Washington, D.C., to study architecture. Henderson witnessed Washington's transformation into a Mecca for young professionals, but he wasn't compelled to permanently join an emerging hip scene in D.C. He wanted to be part of the Jackson buzz. "I knew as early as my freshman year I wanted to come back," he said. Alan Henderson, the St. Joe soccer player who studied architecture at Howard, now works at the Mississippi Development Authority. He is part of the Assets Development office. His job includes traveling to different communities in the state to evaluate their existing assets. "We go around and help communities through asset mapping. We look at what they have to offer a community," Henderson said. He maps the historic and cultural treasures as well as energy and transportation assets. Then, he analyzes what's there and points out what is needed. One town he would rather not name needed garbage cans downtown. He makes suggestions about vacant buildings, facades, future parks and more. "These are the intangibles, the things they don't know they are missing," Henderson said. Henderson, 24, isn't ready to talk about the details. "It's still in the feasibility stage," he said. He will freely talk about the bigger picture of smart growth and placemaking, though. He envisions a Jackson where people can bike or walk to work. He sees placemaking as integral to modern urban design. "With placemakers, you know where you are. Fondren has done that with public art, festivals and its iconic buildings," Henderson said. "Diversity is multifaceted. We shouldn't have to go to Fondren to feel like we are in a different place." Henderson wants to do his own placemaking in downtown Jackson. He understands the appeal of small, locally owned establishments that are de facto community centers where residents meet and connect. "That's how you create nostalgia and memories," Henderson said. "I love Jackson. There's real-estate development and design work in D.C. or New York, but the market is so saturated. It takes high amounts of capital," Henderson said. He's found opportunity here at home. "I know people who are aspiring to change. He sees it, and he says it's what brought him home. Henderson is concerned about convincing other young creative professionals into sticking around long enough to make it happen. "For people my age, it's a daily struggle. It's hard for me to stay in Jackson. I won't lie. It's a struggle," Henderson said. Henderson uses Millsaps College as an example. It's so close to Fondren, but really a world apart. "The students are confined to the gates," Henderson said. While Henderson continues to study the feasibility of his semi-secret downtown project, his business partner, Bolian, is working on his master's degree at London School of Economics in the United Kingdom. "He sees what I see in Jackson," Henderson said.
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Alan Henderson Scouting Report 2004
Alan Henderson F Indiana University Alan Henderson Alan Henderson Statistics Generated Scouting Report Alan Henderson is definitely not a scoring threat Alan Henderson is an amazing offensive rebounder Adequate on the defensive glass Alan Henderson is a poor passer Poor ball handler Alan Henderson gives you no steals Alan Henderson has outstanding strength Very little quickness Alan Henderson is a decent basketball player who can start on some teams