Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) to Keynote ‘A New America:
How Millennials Are Sparking Change’
Town Hall to be held at California State University, Los Angeles on December 6
LOS ANGELES, CA -- With an appetite for entrepreneurship and proclivity for service, millennials are on track to be the most educated, connected, and diverse generation in American history. On Friday, December 6, National Journal and The Atlantic will host the first in a series of traveling town halls to explore the opportunities, inclinations and impact of this generation as it faces an increasingly globalized world and competitive workplace.
“A New America: How Millennials Are Sparking Change,” led by Atlantic Media Editorial Director Ronald Brownstein, will bring together leaders from older generations with the young iconoclasts changing the world from the outside in. The conversation begins at California State University, Los Angeles, and will feature remarks by Representative Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.), and William A. Covino, president of California State University, Los Angeles, among other educators, government officials, and entrepreneurs. LeÃ³n Krauze, the host of Open Source on Fusion and news anchor of Univision KMEX in Los Angeles, will join the discussion as a co-moderator.
WHAT: National Journal LIVE and The Atlantic LIVE’s “A New America: How Millennials Are Sparking Change”
WHEN: Friday, December 6 from 2:00 – 4:00 P.M. PT
WHERE: California State University, Los Angeles, University-Student Union Theatre, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032 For campus map and directions: /univ/maps/
WHO: Xavier Becerra, member, U.S. House of Representative
Mark Wyland, member, California State Senate
William A. Covino, Ph.D., President, California State University, Los Angeles
Emily Allen, Ph.D., Professor & Dean, College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology, California State University, Los Angeles
Jessica Alvarenga, Former IMPACT NSF LA Fellow at California State University, Los Angeles
Rob Carpenter, Executive Director, Global Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, California State University, Los Angeles
Nicholas Ventura, CSULA student and founder of inFORa CAUSE
Tara Chlovski, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Iridescent
Armando Diaz, Associate Executive Director, Boys and Girls Club of Venice
Shahin Kohan, President, AIMS 360
Estelle Reyes, Executive Director, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
León Krauze, host, Open Source on Fusion; news anchor, Univision KMEX in Los Angeles
Twitter Hashtag: #MillennialPathways
Atlantic Media contact: Kori Anderson Communications Manager [email protected] (202) 266-7578
This event is hosted by National Journal and The Atlantic, and underwritten by Microsoft.
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