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Building A Movement | 4th Annual CA Alcohol Policy Alliance Summit, 2019

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California Alcohol Policy Alliance unites diverse organizations and communities in California to protect health and safety, and prevent alcohol-related harm through statewide action.

Join us for workshops and special guests to learn more about how we can connect to sustain and continue building partnerships and skills for powerful policy change. Don't miss the chance to connect with partners across the state and learn from and with each other. Together we can sustain the movement!


Register today!*


Due to space limitations, we are limiting it to a max of 5 per organization this year. Please contact us if you have more 5 attendees so they can be added to the wait list. *Please don't let cost be a barrier to your attendance.  If you can't fit this in your budget, please contact Mayra Jimenez


Note there is free parking on site; it is also a few blocks form Union Station and the Metro Gold Line.

November 7th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
1000 North Alameda St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States

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Registration Fee $25.00

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Don Carney, Director, Marin Youth Court
SRADC President

Nick Moorhatch, Producer, Comcast Cable Access
SRADC Vice President

Adolfo Aguilar, member, Youth For Justice

Marcianna Nosek
, PhD, MPH, MS, Associate Professor, University of San Francisco.
Larry Merideth, PhD, Director, Marin Health and Human Services

Michael Watenpaugh
, EdD, Superindent, San Rafael City Schools

Kevin Lynch, Director of Juvenile Services Division, County of Marin Probation Department

Elia Manzo, leader, Consejo Restaurativo

Wilibaldo Pulido, owner, La Plaza Market.

Douglas Mundo, Executive Director, Canal Welcome Center.

Mary Joe Williams, CAO, Bay Area Community Resources

Sam Alexander, Pastro, First Presbyterian Church of San Rafael

Eric Bejarano, student, Sonoma State University