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 to welcome Meera Bhat (shown above), director of the North America Cities Network of The Nature Conservancy, visiting 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: 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 elected officials will explore creative possibilities for investments in parks, trails and natural areas.
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.
Rujuta Gaonkar, Manager, Community Health, Kaiser Permanente
Jenny Lee, Advocacy Director, Coalition of Communities of Color
Bob Sallinger, Director of Conservation, Audubon Society of Portland
Vivian Satterfield, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Verde, and Steering Committee Member, Getting There Together Coalition
Moderator: Glenn Lamb, Executive Director, Columbia Land Trust
Please register by Tuesday, April 23. Space is limited, and we expect to reach capacity. Limited scholarships are available; please email Lyndsey Boyle at email@example.com 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.
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