by Rob Martin
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Tuesday, November 13, 12:00-2:00PM
Change can be simultaneously exciting and scary, but it is definitely constant. Here in the Silicon Valley, we have seen tremendous change over the decades, and today we are seeing massive transformational trends that will have a major impact on our future. We should all understand these trends so that we can plan together, as a community.
On November 13th, come hear Palo Alto councilman and former mayor Sid Espinosa talk about our changing communities and some of the most significant changes, including the increasing number of seniors who plan to retire here, the new astronomical wealth exacerbating economic divides, the increase in the Asian community, a heightened international focus of the citizenry, and more.
In addition to his public service in Palo Alto, Sid served in the White House in the Clinton Administration and at the U.S. Justice Department under Janet Reno. He is the former director of global philanthropy at Hewlett-Packard and the current director of philanthropy and corporate citizenship at Microsoft. Sid has a long history of leadership on social and policy issues in Palo Alto and throughout the region.
All are welcome. Bring your own bag lunch and fruit or baked goods to share. Coffee and tea provided.
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