Current Events/Town Hall AM
Did you know East Portland is home to several cultural Chambers of Commerce? Polo Catalani and Lisha will speak at our September 19th Town Hall meeting. Polo will share how we can interact more effectively with our diverse population and how EPCC can better server our ethnic communities.
NWCommunities Counsel is a training and consulting platform facilitated by Ronault LS Catalani (Polo), a 1983 Willamatte Uiversity College of Law grad, a 1985 Howard University Reginald Heber Smith Community Law Fellow, a 1998 Oregon Literary Arts Fellow, and a 1999 American Leadership Forum Fellow.
Before problem solving in Northwest and Midwest immigrant and ethnic minority communities, Polo was a child welfare worker. He ended that most difficult service with directing Oregon's SE Asian Family Directions Institute of the Governor's Children's Initiative for the 1990s.
Over our next 25 years, this expanding team of civic activists litigated, mediated, and mitigated, collisions in some of our region's most destructive and most instructive cross-cultural intersections. Many of these efforts made state and national media. Our team of problem-solvers and peace-makers quietly continues the work, today
Please join the East Portland Chamber for a Current Events/Town Hall AM at Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace located in the Lloyd District. Coffee and breakfast goodies will be provided - please RSVP.
Plenty of affordable street parking is available. Please do not park in the Calaroga Terrace parking garage.
Coffee and breakfast goodies provided by Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace.
September 19 | 7:30 - 9:00 am
Calaroga Terrace | 1400 NE 2nd Ave
At the August 22 meeting, Timur Ender shared what PBOT is doing to make our streets saver for vehicles and pedestrians alike. For more information visit the City's Vision Zero page.
2018 MAGAZINE Have arrived!
We are pleased to announce the 2018-19 East Portland Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Magazine has arrived and will be available at our next AM. Be sure to pick up a supply for your business or office. The publication is a beautiful, full-color glossy keepsake magazine filled with information about East Portland including dining, shopping, entertainment, parks and gardens, health and wellness, a business directory and more.
The EPCC Magazine will also be available digitally year-round on the East Portland Chamber of Commerce website.
This magazine is sure to help brand the East Portland Chamber, increase the visibility of member businesses and the Chamber, as well as increase membership. This will be our third annual issue. Download the 2018 EPCC Magazine.
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