Thursday, November 7 | 7:30–10 a.m.

Location: Central Downtown Library - Neil Morgan Auditorium 330 Park Boulevard 1st floor San Diego, Ca 92101

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Why

We know that the future of work is upon us. But as the innovation economy drives new levels of wealth for some, it is not reaching all San Diegans. How do we ensure that everyone has access to opportunity through work? The Workforce Partnership is committed to advancing new ideas, and ensuring these critical shifts have equitable outcomes that improve the lives of all.

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What

Join us to explore the boundary-busting, outer reaches of workforce development where job quality, equity, outcomes and opportunity drive our supports for San Diego County’s job seekers, families, businesses and economy.

Who attends

300+ leaders and renegades interested in coming together to be inspired and explore new frontiers for action.

Agenda

7:30–8 A.M.
Check-in and breakfast

8–10 A.M.

Welcome
Andrew Picard, VP of Operations, Workforce Partnership

Opening remarks
Peter Callstrom, CEO, Workforce Partnership
Congresswoman Susan Davis, CA-53

FRONTIER: Quality jobs, a pathway to the American dream
Mark Popovich, Director, Good Companies/Jobs Initiative, Economic Opportunities Program, The Aspen Institute

Quick Exploration: How data is bringing career connections to the classroom
Sarah Burns, Director of Research & Evaluation, Workforce Partnership

FRONTIER: Immigrant integration, a social and economic imperative
Dyna R. Jones, CEO, First Promise Care Services
Rahmatullah Mokhtar, Financial Education Coordinator, International Rescue Committee
Brooke Valle, Strategy Officer, Workforce Partnership

FRONTIER: Racial equity and the economic reality of workers
Molly Bashay, State Policy Analyst, National Skills Coalition

 

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