Healthy Communities Forum: San Jose

From SVBC:

SVBC is proud to be a co-host of the Healthy Communities Forum, a unique opportunity for decision makers, community leaders, and the general public to listen to visionary speakers share their knowledge related to a specific aspect of a healthy community. Participants engage in dialogue to connect the vision of a healthy community to their own community, discuss solutions, and together decide on meaningful next steps.

Kim Walesh, San Jose’s Director of Economic Development, will discuss some of the changes our cities face in the coming decades and their positive impact on our local economies if we respond effectively. She will highlight strategies cities can take to not only ensure they are economically healthy and resilient but also environmentally and socially. Afterward, we’ll strategize solutions and next steps together with Chris Bui, master interactive facilitator.

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To RSVP, contact Megan Fluke at or (650) 390-9604.


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