We invite you to join us for this month's ADC Business Breakfast Roundtable discussion, as it is led by Eric P. Schwartz, new Dean of the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Beginning at 7:30 am on Thursday, November 17th, former assistant secretary in the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration at the U.S. Department of State will lead a discussion on a number of topics, ranging from his past work and experiences in senior public service positions, to his new mission and vision for the Humphrey School. Given his background, influence, and recent travels to the Horn of Africa, interest in this roundtable is high, so be sure to sign up to secure a seat.
The ADC Business Breakfast Roundtable was developed in 2010 to better facilitate dialogue in our community, connect individuals who otherwise may not cross paths, and to increase knowledge of institutions, systems, laws, tools, etc. for a more informed community. Since its inception, the roundtable has been a great success, drawing together people from all backgrounds and touching on numerous topics. We hope you will contribute to these important discussions by joining us at these events. As always, these sessions will be held at the African Development Center Main Office on 1931 South 5th Street in Minneapolis. You can sign up on the event page or send an email to HHH alumnus Matthew Holm at mholm(at)adcminnesota.org.