Thursday, 24 February 2011 13:48
Louisiana Public Policy Seminar: Teepell, Roemer, Greenstein, More
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If you have not had enough government or Louisiana politics, then come learn from the masters:

Sign Up Now For Public Policy Seminar Series (A Few Seats Available)

The Louisiana Institute of Public Policy & Politics offers a new seminar series beginning March 1st.

Topics will include Intergovernmental Relations, the State Budget, Education, Healthcare, Infrastructure and more. We will hear from experts, top ranking public officials and policymakers.

The classes will be held each Tuesday night in March (except Mardi Gras) from 6-9 pm in the Board Room of Governor Roemer's Business First Bank on Jefferson Highway.

The sessions are limited to 50 participants. There are some seats left.

For more information email your request to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


A FEW OF THE SPEAKERS WILL BE:

TIMMY TEEPELL, Chief of Staff for Governor Bobby Jindal

BRUCE GREENSTEIN, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services

DR. JIM RICHARDSON, Public Administration Institute - Professor & Director LSU Department of Economics

CHAS ROEMER- Member, 6th District, Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education

ROY FLETCHER- Political media consultant, Attorney, PHD candidate LSU Political Science Department

JOHN MATESSINO- President & CEO, Louisiana Hospital Association

JON RINGO. Special Assistant to the Governor- Director of Intergovernmental Affairs

JENNIFER MARUSAK, Driving Louisiana Forward

CHRIS J. MEYER, Advisor to the Superintendent, Louisiana Department of Education

CAMILLE CONAWAY, SSA Consultants representing Blueprint Louisiana

BRIGETTE T. NIELAND- VP Communications and Director, Education & Workforce Development Council, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry

ERIC LEWIS- Black Alliance of Educational Options

(More to come...)

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