Join us Monday, April 29, for The Intertwine Alliance's biggest event of the year.
Registration and networking at noon, program from 1 to 5 p.m., wine/beer/hors d'oeuvre reception from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Tickets $35 Intertwine partners, $45 non-partners, $25 students/youth
We're honored that Meera Bhat (shown above), director of the North America Cities Network of The Nature Conservancy, will visit from Minneapolis to serve as this year's keynote speaker. A leader with a national view and strong racial equity stance, she'll inspire with her vision for urban conservation programs across the country.
Other Summit highlights:
--Starting a New Chapter: Incoming Executive Director Warren Jimenez will celebrate past successes and share our vision for The Intertwine Alliance's work over the next few years.
--Exploring Regional Funding Strategies with an Equity Lens: A panel of local officials will explore creative possibilities for investments in parks, trails and natural areas. Panelists: Metro Council President Lynn Peterson, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Board Director Felicita Monteblanco, City of Portland Commissioner Nick Fish, City of Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba. Moderator: Warren Jimenez.
--Creating Thriving Communities: A Cross-Sector Approach - A panel of leaders from conservation, health, housing and transportation will discuss building a shared agenda across sectors. Panelists and moderator to be announced soon.
Please register by Tuesday, April 23. Space is limited, and we expect to reach capacity. Limited scholarships are available; please email Lyndsey Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Please note that while coffee/tea/water will be available throughout the day, along with a mid-event snack break, lunch will not be served. Please eat before you arrive.
Miller Hall is wheelchair accessible.
We're looking for a handful of volunteers to work the registration table, help with audio-visual, and take photos. Interested? Please email Lyndsey at email@example.com.
THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR'S SPONSORS!
Supporting Sponsors: The Nature Conservancy, The Bullitt Foundation, David Evans and Associates
Event Sponsors: Moda Health, Trust for Public Land
Please register by Tuesday, April 23