Working Together Towards A More Resilient, Inclusive, and Sustainable Future
About this Event
Mapping Our Road to Recovery is a four-part online discussion series being presented by the Institute of Southern Georgian Bay , Town of Collingwood, and partners Township of Clearview, On the Bay Magazine/New Classical 102.9FM and the Municipality of Meaford.
The series was launched on May 6 and the first three events have included speakers from across the region and has attracted over 200 participants. The concept for this series resonates with many people as we see innovations developing, businesses retooling, new roles for philanthropy emerging, and recovery task forces across the region.
On Wednesday, June 24, 4:30-6pm, Part 4 Working together towards a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable future will feature speakers from the major sectors of business, nonprofit/charitable, government, and philanthropy. This session will explore themes and action items in some of the Recovery Task Force plans across the region and how can we align objectives, pool resources, and accelerate collective action towards creating a more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable future.
Participants will receive a Zoom link to join in the confirmation email sent after registration, and again 48 hours and 24 hours before the event.
- Business Sector: Mark Palmer, President/CEO and Executive Director of the GREENLAND Group of Companies, Collingwood
- Nonprofit/Charitable: Carolyn Letourneau, Executive Director, Beaver Valley Outreach and Community Recovery Advisory Member, Blue Mountains
- Government Sector: Shirley Keaveney, Member, Recovery Task Force and Deputy Mayor, Municipality of Meaford
- Philanthropic Sector: David Green, Past Chair, Georgian Triangle Lifelong Learning Institute