Tuesday, October 24 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Off-Campus Event - — KQED, 2601 Maripost Street, San Francisco, CA 9411
The Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good will partner with KQED Live to convene some of the Bay Area’s youngest elected officials — including Assemblymember Alex Lee, Hercules Mayor Alexander Walker-Griffin, and Sunnyvale Councilmember Alysa Cisneros — to share their visions for our region’s future in conversation with politics correspondent Guy Marzorati and USFVotes Team Lead Caitlin Kennedy.
This event kicks off the 2023-24 Conversations for the Common Good series from the Leo T. McCarthy Center, which is supported by the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, the Andrew Goodman Foundation and by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission.
In-Person: $10 | Free for Students with Valid ID. Promotional code for community partners: ThankYou24
Additional promotional support provided by:
- USF School of Law
- USF Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice
- USF MA Urban and Public Affairs
- USF MA Public Administration
- USF Department of Politics