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Funders' Briefing with State Treasurer John Chiang

When: 
Monday, December 5, 2016
12:00pm - 2:00pm PST
Where: 
Center for Healthy Communities
1000 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Fee: 
Members: $0.00
Non-Members: $100.00
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Southern California Grantmakers invites you to join the latest event in our Public Policy Speaker Series, featuring California State Treasurer John Chiang.

A statewide elected official, State Treasurer Chiang serves as California’s state banker, overseeing trillions of dollars in transactions every year. One of his top priorities is to conduct the State’s business in the most transparent manner possible.

In this luncheon conversation, Chiang will share his vision for California, and delve into how his office supports key policy areas of interest to SCG members, such as affordable housing, education, health care, climate change, and retirement savings.

In SCG's continued efforts to identify potential public-private partnerships, Chiang will discuss opportunities for philanthropy to work together with the Treasurer’s Office to further strengthen our communities.

A recognized and respected expert in public policy, Chiang is widely known for his record of fairness, integrity, policy expertise, and advocacy for civil rights. Please join us for this fascinating discussion.

About the Public Policy Speaker Series
SCG's Public Policy Speaker Series will give you the opportunity to engage with public officials and participate in meaningful discussions on the policy issues impacting Southern California and the state. Additional speakers will be announced.

Speaker:

John Chiang
California State Treasurer

John Chiang was elected on November 4, 2014 as California’s 33rd State Treasurer. As the State’s banker, he oversees trillions of dollars in transactions every year. Prior to being elected Treasurer, he served from 2007 through 2014 as State Controller. Chiang was first elected to the Board of Equalization in 1998 where he served two terms, including three years as chair. He began his career as a tax law specialist with the Internal Revenue Service and previously served as an attorney in the State Controller’s Office. The son of immigrant parents, Chiang graduated with honors from the University of South Florida with a degree in finance. He received his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.


Fee:
SCG members: no cost to participate
Eligible non-members: $100

Who May Attend:
Current SCG members and grantmakers eligible for SCG membership.

Registration:
This program is at capacity and registration is now closed.

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