Want to know more about programming and event opportunities? Email Charley Vallejo-Anderson, Membership & Development Coordinator.
If you are interested in research and advocacy email Jeannemarie Halleck, Research & Advocacy Director.
Issue Forums Coordinating Committee: Plans after-hours City Club events on a variety of issues, including transportation; government and public policies; urban design and planning; health and public safety; business, arts and innovation; natural resources and sustainability; East Portland focus; and Education. Events range from large speeches to intimate gatherings, from expert panel discussions to site tours, and from food and wine tastings to art and music outings. Length of Term: 1 year; Meeting Frequency: Once each month; Time and Place of Meetings: Various. More info: www.pdxcityclub.org/issueforums
Centennial Committee: City Club turns 100 years old in 2016-17. We have volunteer opportunities to gather and publish our history, create commemorative events, engage in outreach, and coordinate with City Club’s regular programming. Volunteers help organize and mine City Club’s archives, transcribe and edit oral histories, compile member recollections, and research the public record, then help create printed or broadcast history. You can help plan, publicize, and produce a year-long series of centennial events, culminating in a gala dinner. Length of Term: 1 year, renewable; Meeting Frequency: monthly for the oversight committee, varies for sub-committees; Time and Place of Meetings: 2 to 4 p.m. first Mondays, City Club Commons, 901 SW Washington St. More info: www.pdxcityclub.org/centennial
New Leaders Collective: New Leaders Collective is a network of new and young leaders who enjoy community collaboration, conversation and service. They host our monthly leader spotlights. Length of Term: 1 year; Meeting Frequency: Once each month. Time and Place of Meetings: After-hours, Various Locations. more info: www.pdxcityclub.org/newleaderscollective