Treasure It Together: Stakeholder Interviews

Key themes identified in the stakeholder interviews.

During the spring and summer of 2015, the National Trust conducted 75 interviews with 87 individuals about the future of the Southwest Museum site. The primary goal of these interviews was to gather baseline information directly from stakeholders by carefully listening to their opinions and perspectives. This helped us to understand common issues and concerns surrounding the site, allowed us to identify clear areas of agreement, and gave us the opportunity to solicit recommendations for potential partners, funders and Steering Committee members.

The interviews were analyzed and compiled into a Summary Report and Executive Summary.

This information was then used to guide the development of the online survey, the Steering Committee, and the market analysis.

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