Forum

LEVIN COLLEGE FORUM

The Metropolitan Revolution: What that Means for Northeast Ohio

Katz_TN1Thursday, September 26, 2013

A program presented in special partnership between The City Club of Cleveland and the Levin College Forum Program at The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, with funding from the Unger Family Foundation and co-sponsored by the Center for Community Solutions. Watch this forum event.
 

About the Forum

In the face of federal gridlock, economic stagnation and fiscal turmoil, power in the United States is shifting away from Washington and toward our major cities and metropolitan areas. Across the nation, these communities, and their resolutely pragmatic leaders, are taking on the big issues that Washington won’t. They are reshaping our economy, and fixing our broken political system.

This work highlights these success stories and the people behind them in order to share lessons and catalyze action.

The City Club of Cleveland
Noon - 1:30pm
Book Discussion 


Bruce Katz, VP, Metropolitan Policy Program Urban and Metropolitan Policy, The Brookings Institution


Levin College Forum
4:00 – 6:00 pm
The Metropolitan Revolution: What this Means for Northeast Ohio 


Keynote Address:
Bruce Katz, VP, Metropolitan Policy Program Urban and Metropolitan Policy, The Brookings Institution

Panelists:
Jeremy Nowak, President of J Nowak and Associates, LLC
David Franklin, Director, Cleveland Museum of Art
Ziona Austrian, Director, The Center for Economic Development, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
Moderated by: Christine Amer Mayer, President, GAR Foundation and Vice Chair, The Fund for Our Economic Future

All forum events are free and open to the public.