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Looking Forward Together: A Conversation With Dr. Manuel Pastor

Posted By Aaron Bialick On March 11, 2012 @ 11:11 pm In Events | No Comments

From TransForm [1]:

Join us for a special evening of celebration and conversation to launch TransForm’s 15th Anniversary – featuring Dr. Manuel Pastor!

Dr. Manuel Pastor is the Director of the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at the University of Southern California. He is a fantastic speaker and one of the leading minds on regional planning, sustainability, and equity. We strongly share his belief that now is the time for a new paradigm in transportation infrastructure, land use, and fairness to build better communities and save our economy and environment.

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Pastor to help celebrate 15 years of TransForm, and to share his insights for the next 15 years in regional equity and sustainability. We hope you’ll join us in “looking forward together” and launching our 15th Anniversary year!

This event and all TransForm events are free to current supporters at the $40 level or higher [2].  Doors open at 6:45 p.m. for networking over complimentary drinks and appetizers.

General admission tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 at the door.  Please note that space is limited, so we expect to sell out – registering in advance is strongly recommended.

If you have any questions, contact Jessica Lewis at jlewis@transformca.org [3] or 510.740.3150×335.

GET YOUR TICKET TODAY [4]


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[1] TransForm: http://transformca.org/pastor2012

[2] at the $40 level or higher: https://secure.commonground.convio.com/TransForm/donate/

[3] jlewis@transformca.org: mailto:jlewis@transformca.org

[4] GET YOUR TICKET TODAY: https://secure.commonground.convio.com/TransForm/15thanniversarylaunch032812/

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