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September 5, 2002

'Breakfast Club' offers visits with area leaders

After a successful inaugural year, the California State University, Sacramento Alumni Association will again host its Breakfast Club Speakers Series. The early morning talks feature a range of guests speaking on hot topics in the Sacramento region in a low-key, off-the-record format that allows audience interaction.

This year's speakers represent the worlds of business, the arts and government. The free events, which include breakfast, will be held at 7:30 a.m. in the Steven Lee Yamshon Alumni Center. The series will offer two speakers this fall and two in the spring, chosen and sponsored by CSUS Alumni Association chapters.

Scheduled topics and speakers are:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 15: "Restoring the Trust; Ethics in Business," Ken Macias, founder and managing partner, Macias, Gini and Co. LLP.

  • Tuesday, Dec. 10: "A Survivors Tale," Winnie Comstock, founder, Comstock's Business magazine.

  • Tuesday, April 8:"Sacramento and the Arts," Jill Kaiser, executive director, Metro Chamber of Commerce Arts and Business Council.

  • Tuesday, May 13: "Planning for the Future," Martin Tuttle, executive director,
    Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG).
    Previous speakers included Sacramento city councilman Steve Cohn, Sacramento Bee political columnist Dan Walters, Roseville city manager Allen Johnson and Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce president Matt Mahood.

Seating is limited. For reservations or additional information, contact the Alumni Association at (916) 278-6295.



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