As a part of our monthly meeting, representatives of the world’s leading technology companies located in South Lake Union will tackle the question of how the millennial workforce in SLU views civic and community volunteerism and participates in community groups and civic affairs. This is a must-attend event if you are part of a non-profit or community group with an interest in tapping into the opportunity of SLU’s workforce of some 30,000 or are living or working in SLU with an interest in civic involvement.
Our SLUx forum on Workforce Civic Engagement is led by SLU resident and Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Young Professionals leader Shkëlqim Kelmendi with a panel that includes Sarah Worley, Program Manager, Worldwide Operations with Amazon.com; Amy Hirotaka, Public Policy & Community Engagement Manager with Facebook; Sahar Fathi, Div. Dir. Leadership Development with Seattle Dept. of Neighborhoods; Darcy Nothnagle, Head of External Affairs, NW Region with Google; David Patton, Sr. Manager Digital Media with Vulcan, Inc.; and Diane Douglas, Executive Director of CityClub.
Unable to attend? No problem! Join us and interact online via Facebook. Our meeting will be steamed live at http://www.facebook.com/slucommunitycouncil
Join us! Everyone is welcome!
WHAT: South Lake Union SLUx forum on Workforce Civic Engagement & May SLU Community Council Meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, May 2 (4 p.m.)
WHERE: 415 Westlake Ave. N. (Kakao Coffee)
WHO: Everyone is welcome!
AGNENDA: May 2017 SLU Community Council Agenda <links to agenda & forum bios posted on website>
And don’t forget! The SLU Community Council Annual Meeting and Community Elections take place Tuesday, June 6 also at 4 p.m. at 415 Westlake!