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Maricopa Membership Meeting and Luncheon

When:
Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 11:45 AM until 1:30 PM
Where:
The University Club
http://www.universityclubphoenix.com
39 E. Monte Vista Rd.
Phoenix , AZ  85004

(602) 254-5408
Contact(s):
Paige A Martin
 
Nicole R Stearns
Category:
Maricopa Luncheon
Registration is required before Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Payment In Advance Or At Event
In order to receive the pre-paid luncheon price of $25 for members/$35 for non-members/$15 for law student members and $20 for law student non-members, you MUST pre-pay with your credit card on the website BY THE RSVP DEADLINE. DO NOT MAIL IN CHECKS. If you make a reservation but do not pay on the website with your credit card, you must pay an additional $5 by check or cash at the door ($30 members/$40 non-members/$20 law student members and $25 law student non-members). If you cancel after the registration deadline, or do not show up for a luncheon for which you have registered, and you have not paid, you will be billed at the "at the door" price. We pay for the number of meals we guarantee so we must bill you
Cancellation Policy:
If you prepay for the luncheon meeting and cancel after the registration deadline of NOON on the Monday before the luncheon meeting, we cannot provide refunds. Reservations that are not prepaid by the registration deadline, and are either cancelled after the registration deadline or “no shows,” will be billed at the at-the-door price. We are required to guarantee the number of meals to the University Club, and we pay for those meals even if you must cancel after the registration deadline.
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MARICOPA MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND LUNCHEON

DIVISIVENESS IS TEARING US APART!
WHAT DOES IT TAKE
TO PUT OUR COMMUNITIES BACK TOGETHER?

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2019 

Presented by

ALBERTO OLIVAS
FOUNDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
CONGRESSMAN ED PASTOR CENTER
FOR POLITICS & PUBLIC SERVICE
AT ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

CLE OFFERED*



Program begins promptly at Noon. 

Please arrive by 11:45 to register, visit the buffet, and network with your colleagues.

THE UNIVERSITY CLUB, 39 E. MONTE VISTA, PHOENIX 85004

Register by Monday, August 26, 2019 at 12:00 Noon

Our community’s “Civic Health” is in trouble, but there’s a lot each of us can do to turn things around. It starts by asking some hard questions about how engaged and connected are we to each other as a community, and identifying some practical strategies to improve our civic participation as individuals, and in the groups and organizations of which we are a part.
 

Alberto Olivas, a trainer and researcher on civic engagement models, explains why we’re reaching historic low points in terms of our civic engagement as a society, and steps we all can and should take to reverse this trend.

Alberto is the Founding Executive Director of the Congressman Ed Pastor Center for Politics & Public Service at Arizona State University, an initiative to help students learn the skills for effective civic and political engagement. Apart from this role, Alberto provides training and technical assistance on issues related to public dialogue, public engagement and civic education.

 

Previously, Alberto served in appointed leadership positions for Arizona Governor Jane Dee Hull, as Director of the Governor’s Office for Equal Opportunity; and as State Voter Outreach Director for Arizona Secretary of State Betsey Bayless. Governor Janet Napolitano appointed Alberto to the Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs.

 

Alberto serves on the board of directors for Public Agenda, a national civic and public engagement organization. He recently completed a term as Board Secretary for the National Civic League; and served on the board for Democracy Works, a national civic technology organization. Locally, he serves on the Court Leadership Institute of Arizona for the Arizona Supreme Court, and as Vice Chair of the Arizona Town Hall board of directors. He previously has served as past board chair for KidsVoting Arizona, and on the boards of directors for Valley Leadership, the Arizona Human Rights Foundation, the Mesa Association of Hispanic Citizens, and the Newtown Community Development Corporation.





*The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement.  This activity may qualify for up to 1.0 hour toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0 hour of professional responsibility.




Lunch Selections

Lunches are set up as buffets with both Regular and Vegan selections






THANK YOU TO OUR TOP LEVEL 2019

CONVENTION

AND

MARICOPA AND SOUTHERN ARIZONA CHAPTER

WINE AND CHEESE SPONSORS





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