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Gimme Shelter! Solving San Diego's Homelessness Crisis - Sooner Rather than Later

  • Thursday, June 23, 2016
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PDT)
  • Balboa Park ~ The Prado Ballroom in the House of Hospitality ~ Next to The Prado Restaurant

Registration

  • C3 Members enjoy discounts on the monthly Breakfast Dialogues and other events throughout the year.
  • Join today for a $10 discounted rate on this event. Membership can be as low as $50!
  • Voice of San Diego Members

Online Registration Is Now Closed.

Walk-in registrations will be taken at the door as space permits. 




Special Quarterly Breakfast Dialogues in 2016



* Summer Dialogue *

Gimme Shelter!  

Solving San Diego's Homelessness Crisis - 

Sooner Rather than Later


Everybody is talking about it - and around it - but San Diego needs to identify solutions to get our growing homeless population into housing sooner rather than later. 


With unsheltered homelessness up 19% this year, our panel of experts will discuss immediate solutions, the feasibility of these ideas and the barriers that prevent us from helping the many people in our city who don't have a home of their own.




Moderator


Scott Lewis, 

CEO/Editor in Chief of Voice of San Diego



 

Panel


Councilmember, San Diego Council District 3


Piedad Garcia 

Deputy Director, County of Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Services


Amy Gonyeau

Chief Operating Officer, Alpha Project


Mike McConnell 

Activist and Philanthropist





2016 Breakfast Dialogue 

Sustainability Partner:



  


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Present


"Voices of San Diego: 

Our Most Challenging Issues"


Special Quarterly Breakfast Dialogues in 2016



* Spring Dialogue *

The Neighborhood School Dilemma: Should I Stay or Gou?


Local schools were once considered fundamental to their neighborhoods. But now, magnet schools, charter schools, zone transfers, and campus security issues have severed strong community ties. Parents are torn: do they give their kids access to the best possible education, even if it’s outside the neighborhood, or keep them in an under-performing school and work on making it better?


Some neighborhood schools have spiraled downward in performance and reputation, and parents are avoiding them. Others are rising to the challenge and rebuilding a sense of community for their children. Our speakers will discuss whether keeping students in neighborhood schools should be a top priority, and how to restore the connections between those schools and their communities.




Moderator


Scott Lewis, 

CEO/Editor in Chief of Voice of San Diego



 

Panel


Dr. Joseph F. Johnson, Jr 

Dean of the College of Education, SDSU


John Lee Evans 

Board Trustee, San Diego Unified School District


Sandy Weiner 

Parent & Neighborhood School Advocate


Hon. David Alvarez 

Councilmember, San Diego Council District 8





2016 Breakfast Dialogue 

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1805 Newton Ave., Suite A

San Diego, CA 92113

 

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Chula Vista, CA 91915


858.633.3860

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