PCC President Mitsui to headline City Club’s ‘Friday Forum,’ May 19

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On Friday, May 19, Portland Community College will be center stage by way of the City Club of Portland and its prestigious weekly “Friday Forum” program.

PCC President Mark Mitsui has been tapped to present at this week’s “Friday Forum” about the transformative power of education and its benefit to both individuals and the community at large. This will be followed by a 30-minute conversation with Cheryl Myers, director of Diversity and Inclusion at Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission.

The event will take place from 12:15-1:15 p.m. at the Sentinel Hotel (614 SW 11th Ave., Portland, OR 97205) and will be live streamed for City Club members at http://www.pdxcityclub.org/live. The program will be re-broadcast that evening on cable television, Channel 30, at 8 p.m.; again on Channel 30, Sunday, May 21 at 6 p.m.; on Channel 11 the following Friday, May 26 at noon; and on KOPB Radio (Portland/91.5 FM) on Friday, May 26, at 7 p.m.

Founded in 1916, the City Club of Portland is a nonprofit, nonpartisan education and research-based civic organization dedicated to community service, public affairs and leadership development. Through Friday Forums, community-based research and advocacy, and after-hours civic programs, City Club examines issues of importance to the Portland metropolitan region.

For more information about President Mitsui’s talk and City Club, visit: www.pdxcityclub.org.

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