TEMECULA ─ ELGLRoadTrip is an international week of local government learning, and the city of Temecula is hosting a stop on the road trip, Wednesday, Sept. 25, at noon at the Temecula Civic Center and Conference Center, 41000 Main St. in Temecula. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m.
The ELGL Road Trip lunch and learn session in Temecula is titled “Engaging Adults with Special Needs in Your Community.”
Temecula’s speakers include Toussaint Wade, regional business specialist with the state Department of Rehabilitation; Bridget Denton, transition services specialist with Temecula Valley Unified School District; Lenila Batali, owner and founder of D’Vine Path Program; Melanie Brown, finance intern with the city of Temecula, and Yvette Martinez, human services manager with the city of Temecula.
ELGL stand for the “Engaging Local Government Leaders” network. This ticketed event provides a local learning opportunity for local government leaders in the region. The goal of the session will focus on the successful efforts of local inclusion programs along with providing key takeaways to implement in other local jurisdictions for more robust and diverse inclusion programs.
ELGL believes that high-quality local government training should not require a huge training and travel budget. By tapping into the wisdom and energy of ELGL members, the sessions will cover everything from leadership, to data, to process improvement and everything in between.
Reserve tickets online at https://elglroadtriptemecula.eventbrite.com. Tickets include lunch and each session will allow for before/after networking and connections. Agendas for the 25 sessions are available online at www.ELGL.org/Road-Trip. These education events are targeted and designed for local government professionals at any stage of their careers, working in any area of local public service.
Learn more about ELGL at www.ELGL.org.
Submitted by city of Temecula.