"Our Resilient Community: Using Local Resources to Support Local Needs" focus of Binghamton University Forum
BINGHAMTON, NY – The Binghamton University Forum will host a Critical Issues Forum, a panel discussion highlighting needs to be addressed in advancing the local community, at noon Thursday, March 23, in the Carousel Room at the Holiday Inn, Binghamton.
The panel discussion topic is "Our Resilient Community: Using Local Resources to Support Local Needs." Panelists will discuss both the successes and the challenges that Binghamton faces as a community, with a focus on owning problems and being part of solutions.
Greg Catlin, president and CEO of WSKG, will moderate. Panelists include Lisa Horn, president of Horn Research; Jennifer Conway, president and CEO of the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce; and Robin Alpaugh, executive director of United Way of Broome County, Inc.
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The Binghamton University Forum is a membership organization comprised of business, professional and community leaders that brings nationally known authorities to speak at functions throughout the year. For more information, call the Forum office at 607-777-5801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.