Mar 17 Changing the Narrative

 

 

AFP Inland Empire Chapter Presenting "Changing the Narrative"

Presentation Overview: 

The Inland Empire is one of the newest — and fastest growing — population centers
in the U.S., but we’re often our own worst enemy when it comes to telling our story.

For the past 2 years, Steve Lambert and Deana Olivares-Lambert of The 2020 Network
have been working with the Funders Alliance of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties
to better position our region as a land of opportunity. Hear what they’ve come up with,
and how “Changing the Narrative” can benefit our entire region. 

Date:            March 17, 2020

Time:            10:30 to 11:00 am - Registration/Networking
                      11:00 am to 1 pm  - Main Presentation   


Location:
Canyon Crest Country Club
975 Country Club Dr, Riverside, CA 92506

Google Map Link:
https://goo.gl/maps/zzYXBUksboR2

Tickets:         $25 for AFP Members/$35 for NonMembers - PrePaid Online

                       $35 Pay at the Door Members/$45 Pay at the Door Non-Members

Note:             Online RSVP required to guarantee that you will be provided a meal. 


Presenter: 

Steve Lambert, The 2020 Network

Steve Lambert is a public policy and communications strategist, with more than 40 years experience in public affairs, strategic planning and media. His client work ranges from multinational corporations, former governors and the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization to educational institutions, businesses, nonprofits and city and county government agencies.

Steve helped found 20/20 in 2011, after more than three decades as a national award-winning reporter, editor and publisher at newspapers across the U.S., including the Daily Bulletin, San Bernardino Sun and Los Angeles News Group. His understanding of public opinion, audience targeting and persuasive messaging has generated community, political and voter support for a wide variety of policy and funding initiatives in the areas of water, transportation, housing and more.

Steve lives with his family in Upland and has served on the boards of a variety of nonprofits in the IE, including the Children’s Fund, OPARC and the West End YMCA.