Tj Carter - Registration - May 25, 2017.
Thank you for inviting us to table at the Launch. We are happy to be a part of the effort.
Gwen Buckley - Registration & Mailing list - May 25, 2017.
Mario Rendon - Registration & Mailing list - May 25, 2017.
Susan Hiestand - Registration - May 25, 2017.
Sandy Council - Registration & Mailing list - $10.00 - May 25, 2017.
Share insights, ask questions, and discover solutions to our county's housing and transportation challenges. Our next research launch and lunch event will feature a panel of government, advocacy, and business allies working to alleviate the pressure on residents, neighborhoods, and roads.
- MODERATOR: Seamus Murphy, Chief Communications Officer, SamTrans
- Isabella Chu, Founder, Redwood City Forward
- Peggy Jensen, Deputy County Manager, San Mateo County
- More speakers to be announced!
- 11:30 am – Registration, lunch, networking, and expo
- 12:00 pm – Indicators Report updates
- 12:30 pm – Panel Discussion and Q&A
- 1:15 pm – Exhibitor introductions, networking and expo
Redwood City's downtown Library offers a prime opportunity for active transportation! Walk, bike, bus, take transit or carpool to the luncheon and be entered into a drawing for prizes! Looking for a carpool partner? Try signing up here!
Please register in advance to help us plan for lunch (so we can limit food waste!). The event is free, though optional lunch contributions or memberships are encouraged to help us support the ongoing Indicators programs and keep these events open to all. Each attendee should register individually, but you only need to choose ONE registration type per attendee. Registration will close at NOON on June 5th; walk-ins will be welcomed if space allows.
About the Indicators Program:
Indicators for a Sustainable San Mateo County is a report card to provide fact-based information on local trends impacting our economy, environment, and society. Propelled by the philosophy “what gets measured, gets managed,” the Report presents over 40 indicators that raise awareness of sustainability in the county and improve our ability to make sound decisions for the benefit of future generations. Each year, we feature a Key Indicator, which provides an in-depth look at a current issue that is critical to the long-term sustainability of San Mateo County.