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Friday, May 17 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Developing a Second Phase Welcoming Plan or Initiative

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Welcoming planning is a process for operationalizing welcoming efforts by developing cross-sector strategies to produce results.  It involves looking at where the community wants to go, assessing the community's current situation, and developing and implementing approaches for moving forward.  Welcoming plans often provide communities with a three-year road map - but what happens after those three years? Join us for a lively discussion of “What’s next when it comes to welcoming planning?” We will be joined by communities that have each taken a different approach to continuing their welcoming work beyond their initial planning phase.  Whether your community is planning for the first time, planning again, or not planning yet, come explore the many opportunities to engage in this strategic work.

Speakers
avatar for Ricardo Gambetta

Ricardo Gambetta

Manager, Office of International and Immigrant Affairs, City of Aurora, Colorado
As a naturalized citizen himself, immigrant integration and international relations are Ricardo’s passion. He has a strong executive management experience in public and non-profit sectors. Ricardo joined the City of Aurora as the head of the Office of International and Immigrant... Read More →
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Zulma Maciel

Director, Office of Immigrant Affairs, City of San José, California
Zulma Maciel has over 20 years’ public administration experience and is a versatile leader with expertise in public policy development, local government administration, and legislative work. Most of her public service career was dedicated to establishing violence prevention and... Read More →


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