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Comité de Transición Lamont & Bysiewicz realizará cumbre política

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Este Martes 26 de Noviembre el gobernador electo Ned Lamont y la Vice-gobernadora electa Susan Bysiewicz celebrarán una Cumbre con 15 comités de políticas de transición en Eastern Connecticut State University.
El público en general está invitado a asistir a ésta primera gran cumbre donde se podrán escuchar a los exponentes principales Lamont y Bysiewicz, además de sugerir ideas a los diferentes comités de políticas en las sesiones informativas.
El gobernador electo Ned Lamont dijo que estos comités de políticas reunirán algunas de las mentes más inteligentes de Connecticut para ayudarlos a construir una nueva visión del estado. Además para ayudarles a crear empleos, invertir más en los trabajadores y construir una economía justa para todos. Los comités están formados por líderes de todas partes del estado: la comunidad empresarial, los sindicatos, la academia, las organizaciones sin fines de lucro y el gobierno local y estatal.
Conozca más sobre estos comités de política y co-presidentes de cada uno a continuación:
  • Agricultura
Bonnie Burr, Department Head, Cooperative Extension System, UCONN College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources, Kevin Sullivan, Connecticut Based Nurseryman
  • Arts/Culture/Tourism Policy Committee
Wendy Bury, Executive Director, Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition, Stephen Tagliatela, President, Connecticut Tourism Coalition
  • Criminal Justice
Dr. James Forman, Yale University, Professor of Law, Cathy Malloy, CEO, Greater Hartford Arts Council, Criminal Justice Reform Advocate, Sarah Russell, Quinnipiac University Law School, Professor of Law, Member of the Connecticut Sentencing Commission
  • Digital Strategy
Dave Wilkinson, Commissioner, Early Childhood in the State of CT and former Director White House Office of Social Innovation, Joanne Collins Smee, Chief Commercial Officer, Xerox
  • Education
Yvette Melendez, former Chief Administrative Officer of State University System and architect of the state of Connecticut’s charter school program, Fran Rabinowitz, Executive Director of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents and former Superintendent of Schools, Bridgeport
  • Energy
Bryan Garcia, President, CT Green Bank, Lonnie Reed, Co-Chair, Committee on Energy and Technology, CT General Assembly, Co-Chair, Energy and Environment Committee, Council of State Governments
  • Environment
Frogard Ryan, State Director, Nature Conservancy CT, Eric Hammerling, Executive Director, Connecticut Forest and Park Association
  • Healthcare
Jennifer Jackson, President and CEO, Connecticut Hospital Association, Gerald Weiner, Of counsel to Sussman, Duffy, and Segaloff, P.C.
  • Housing
Annette Sanderson, Executive Director, Housing Authority of the City of Hartford, David Rich, Executive Director, Supportive Housing Works
  • Human Services
Luis Perez, President & CEO, Mental Health CT, Andrea Barton-Reeves, President and CEO, HARC
  • Jobs/Economy
Joseph Gianni, Market President, Hartford Region, Bank of America, Fran Pastore, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Women’s Business Development Council
  • Public Safety
Chief Alaric Fox, Enfield Chief of Police and State Police Colonel (Ret.), Dr. Brendan Campbell, Director of Trauma, Pediatric Surgical Quality and Safety Officer, Donald Hight Endowed Chair of General Pediatric Surgery, Connecticut Children’s Hospital
  • Shared Services
Rick Porth, President/CEO, United Way of CT, Brendan Sharkey, Esq., former Speaker of the CT House of Representatives
  • Transportation
Kevin Dillon, Executive Director, CT Airport Authority, Melissa Kaplan-Macey, VP for State Programs and CT Director, Regional Plan Association
  • Women
Karen Jarmoc, President & CEO, Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Marilyn Moore, State Senator, Bridgeport
Agenda para el Martes 27 de Noviembre :
11:00 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Welcome by Eastern President and Lamont-Bysiewicz Transition Co-Chair Elsa Núñez
  • Remarks by Governor-elect Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor-elect Susan Bysiewicz
  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Student Center, 400 High Street, Willimantic, CT
  • Open to the press and public.
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Policy Committee Breakout Sessions
  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
  • Open to the press and public.
12:30 – 1:30
Lunch break
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Policy Committee Working Sessions
  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
  • Closed to the press and public.