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Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from 8-9am
In Her Shoes: Empowerment Breakfast Who: Dress for Success Oregon, a local anti-poverty nonprofit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. What: Dress for Success Oregon’s annual fall fundraiser draws together business, civic and social leaders. This year we will have a panel discussion, including our clients and HR Specialist, Anne Mersereau, on concrete ways employers can create a space to help women who are struggling not only arrive but thrive in the workplace. We are excited to announce Sheila Hamilton, journalist and radio host, as our keynote speaker. When: Wednesday, October 5, 2015, 8am-9am Where: The Sentinel Hotel, 614 SW 11th Avenue Portland, OR 97205 Who Should Attend: Press, business & social leaders, government officials, community supporters, HR , supervisory and management professionals. Contact: Jenny Jameson Development & Communications Manager Dress for Success Oregon firstname.lastname@example.org | 503.249.7300, x106 Our Website: https://oregon.dressforsuccess.org Event Website: https://oregon.dressforsuccess.org/get-involved/events/empowerment-breakfast-2016/ Cost: Ticket - $65, Table - $650, Corporate Table - $750, Plus Sponsorship Opportunities
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 9:30-11:30am
Following Dress for Success Oregon’s Empowerment Breakfast, we will be offering a training workshop for your company’s HR, supervisory and management staff: Job Retention: The Next Frontier in a Tightening Labor Market. Drawing on the experiences of our client base, this training will provide expert insight into what works when it comes to retaining workers who come from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 8-9am
Dress for Success Oregon’s annual fall fundraiser draws together business, civic and social leaders. This year we will hear from a panel of clients, employment specialists and advocates on concrete ways employers can create a space to help women who are struggling not only arrive but thrive in the workplace. Our discussion will focus on supporting each other across racial, economic and gender lines in the workplace.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 9am-3pm
When: March 30-31, 2015 Where: The Sentinel Hotel, 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR Please join us for two days of inspiring mobile workshops, plenaries, professional training, and networking with innovators, thought leaders, and passionate professionals from the Pacific Northwest. If you are a professional, policy maker, or advocate working in the fields of transportation planning and engineering, community development, recreation and tourism, or public health, this event is for you! http://ourhealthystreets.org/atsummit/
Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 3-5pm
Free and open to the public! Portland relies on a wide range of cultural and commercial institutions to keep active transportation moving forward. From member-based non-profits and bike shops to boutique industries and guerrilla skateparks, this 5 mile bike ride will visit sites of conventional and unconventional active transportation advocacy and conclude with drinks at a biker bar in inner Southeast Portland. Led by Carl Larson, Bicycle Transportation Alliance Engagement Manager We will select the most bike-friendly routes possible, but attendees should be comfortable riding with traffic on city streets. Lights and locks are highly recommended for those who choose to spend time at the endpoint. http://bta.nonprofitsoapbox.com/advocates
Free Mobile Workshop:The Orange MAX Line as an Active Transportation Corridor: Northern Section Mobile Tour (Bike Tour)
Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 1-2:45pm
The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Line (Orange Line) opens in September. This mobile workshop/tour of the northern section of the Orange Line will highlight biking and walking connections made by and in conjunction with the MAX project. This tour will involve biking from downtown to the SE 17th area, covering areas on both sides of the river along the way. Key points will include: Treatments on SW Lincoln, SW Harbor Drive, Moody and Porter, SE Division and Clinton improvements, and SE 17th. Led by Jeff Owen, TriMet and Jean Senechal Biggs, Michelle Dellinger, and Ty Reynolds, PBOT Ride will be approximately 10 miles at an easy pace. http://bta.nonprofitsoapbox.com/orangelinenorthern/