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SFSU hosts panel on Promoting Public Policy Reform, Feb. 21, 2013

On February 21, 2013, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm San Francisco State University is hosting a panel discussion entitled, Promoting Public Policy Reform from Inside and Outside Government, at SF State’s Downtown Campus, 835 Market Street, Room 609, SF, CA 94103.

Hear from five seasoned change-makers who have had the unique opportunity to fight for social policy reforms from both the inside and the outside of public systems. 

Moderated by: Chet P. Hewitt, President and CEO, Sierra Health Foundation, Former Agency Director, Alameda County’s Social Services Agency, and Former Associate Director, Rockefeller Foundation.  Panelists include:

 Margaret Brodkin, Principal of Margaret Brodkin and Associates
Former Director of the SF Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, Executive Director of Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth

Ted Lempert, President of Children Now
Former member of the California State Assembly, Former CEO of EdVoice

Mike Wald, Professor of Law, Stanford University
Former General Counsel to Clinton administration on welfare reform, Former Senior Adviser to the Hewlett Foundation, Former Director of SF Dept. of Human Services

Neva Walker, Executive Director of Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
Former member of the Minnesota State Legislature, Former organizer in numerous settings, including Center for Third World Organizing

See flyer for more information.

Keywords: local policy, presentation, social services, state policy

Posted in Blog, Model Local Practices

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