Jan 282014

February Coalition Power Breakfast

Breakfast Notice:

Please join the COAL membership at our next Coalition Power Breakfast on Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 8:30am – 11:00am (program will begin @ 9:30am).COAL is pleased to welcome Mr. Ken Bennett, newly appointed Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement, as our guest speaker.In this role, Mr. Bennett serves as a direct link between city government – including the Mayor’s Office, city departments, and sister agencies – with external partners and communities across Chicago. The mission of the office is to engage neighborhoods and community leaders with city government, ensuring the resources of government are closely connected to the residents it serves.

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Mr. Bennett previously served as a Presidential Appointee and Regional Representative for the U.S. Secretary of Labor in the Midwest Region. He has worked in the White House as Deputy Assistant to President Barack Obama and Deputy Director of Presidential Personnel. He also served as an aide in the Office of the late Mayor Harold Washington.Come join us this Saturday for an informative and engaging Breakfast.Please forward this notice to your respective organization(s). Should your organization or you have questions, in advance, please forward questions to COAL Public Policy at [email protected].We also look forward to you working with us, on actionable plans to address issues that align with COAL’s mission and drives towards improving the quality of opportunity, quality of preparedness and overall quality of outcomes (expressed as ‘quality of life’) for our community. If you wish to join one of our planning and action committees, please go to our website at www.coalchicago.com and sign-up.

COAL Public Policy Committee


Breakfast Recap: pending


A few pictures from the Breakfast:


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