The Bridge Forum – Time For Change in Mesa, AZ

Collaborative Effort Between Law Enforcement, Arizona Government, Business and Community Leaders

Part of the 2020 Series | Two Panels, One Message |
This event will be streamed live on Facebook Live.
The Bridge Forum – Time For Change is an exclusive panel of Policy, Policing & Community leaders discussing community engagement with police professionalism.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 AT 8 AM – 11 AM

Community Panel:
– Travis L. Cutright | President,  National Forum for Black Public Administrators Central Arizona Chapter
– Keisha McKinnor | Asst. Regional Director,  ADL Arizona (Anti-Defamation League)
– Dr. Juan M. Brown Sr. | Pastor,  Progressive Baptist Church
– Dr. Lori M. Berquam | Interim President,  Mesa Community College
– Dr. James Driscoll | Asst. Superintendent,  Mesa Unified School District
– Armonee D. Jackson | President, Arizona Youth & College NAACP
Policy & Policing Panel:
– Russell “Rusty” Bowers | Speaker of The House, Arizona State Representative, District 25
– Sean Bowie, Arizona State Senator, District 18
– Ken Cost | Police Chief,  City of Mesa Police Department
– Joe Cluer | Executive Director, Arizona Police Association
– Valerye Boyer-Well | Judge,  Mesa Municipal Court
– Terry Young | President,  Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police
Supported by:
– John Giles | Mayor,  City of Mesa, Arizona Government
– Jack Sellers |  Maricopa County Supervisor District 1
– Sally Harrison | President & CEO,  Mesa Chamber of Commerce
Moderator:
– Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr | President & CEO,

National Newspaper Publishers Association
Sponsors:
– City of Mesa, Arizona Government
– Mesa Chamber of Commerce
– Maricopa County
– Evolve Public Relations and Marketing
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