Join us for a hosted conversation and hear the latest on the effort to provide sufficient access to services for Salt Lake City’s homeless community. In this Town Hall, meet key stakeholders and learn how you can co-create solutions to help our community’s most vulnerable. Topics covered will include: economics, housing, mental health, and more.
This Town Hall is a part of the #FutureofCities week-long event series, September 26-30, across fifteen North American Cities on topics of local impact.
Angela Brown | Executive Editor, SLUG Magazine
Shaleane Gee | Director of Special Projects & Partnerships, Salt Lake County
David Litvack | Deputy Chief of Staff, Salt Lake City
Josh Scharman | Deputy Chief of Police, SLCPD
Kathy Bray | President & CEO, Volunteers of America Utah
Matt Minkevitch | Executive Director, The Road Home
Bryson Garbett | Founder & President, Garbett Homes
About Impact Hub Salt Lake Town Halls:
Impact Hub Salt Lake Town Halls are nonpartisan speaker’s forums, providing a vital platform for discussing and debating today’s most pressing issues. Town Halls are dedicated to promoting civic participation in Salt Lake City and the greater State of Utah. In a time of growing distrust in major institutions, Town Halls seek to provide a fair and balanced discussion that involve all community stakeholders.
We convene an average of 12 events each year that cover a range of topics, including public policy and politics, the economy, education, the arts, infrastructure, and other pressing issues impacting our region. Town Halls are supported entirely through memberships and grants from individuals and organizations. Programs are premier networking events, attracting a diverse group of professionals both from private, public and third sectors.
Impact Hub Members have access to self-organized, regularly scheduled monthly Member Meetups for further discussion on all Town Hall topics. Please support open discussion in Utah by joining as a member of Impact Hub Salt Lake today. We look forward to seeing you at the next Town Hall or Member Meetup!
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