Monday, October 15, 2012

UPDATE - BOMA San Francisco's FREE 2012 Public Policy Forum

UPDATE - October 15, 2012

Supervisor Sean Elsbernd (left) receives the BOMA San Francisco Public Official of the Decade Award from BOMA SF-PAC Chair, Jim Christian 
Please click here to view pictures from the event!

BOMA San Francisco members welcomed veteran San Francisco Supervisor Sean Elsbernd and nationally-recognized political consultant Jim Ross to BOMA San Francisco's Public Affairs Forum on October 10, 2012.    Both speakers elucidated why it's paramount for BOMA San Francisco members to be involved in the association's advocacy efforts.

In addition, your BOMA Advocacy Committee leaders (BOMA Political Action Committee, Government Affairs Committee and Energy & Environment Committee) provided a brief update on the efforts of each committee so far this year.

Lastly, Supervisor Elsbernd was honored by BOMA members with the San Francisco Public Official of the Decade award.

Thank you to The Sutton Law Firm for sponsoring this event.

Original Post - October 8, 2012

L to R: Supervisor Sean Elsbernd and Political Consultant Jim Ross 

Join keynote speakers Supervisor Sean Elsbernd and political consultant Jim Ross at BOMA San Francisco's FREE Public Policy Forum on October 10, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m..  Coffee, juice and victuals will be provided. Members only, please.

BOMA San Francisco's 2012 Public Policy Forum
FREE for Members
October 10, 2012 
8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
San Francisco State University's Downtown Campus
835 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103


Interested in sponsoring this event?  Contact John Bozeman at 

About the Public Affairs Forum

Supervisor Sean Elsbernd and Political Consultant Jim Ross

The Forum will be your opportunity to hear from - and ask questions of - Mr. Elsbernd and Mr. Ross regarding their perspectives on the public policy development process in San Francisco.  More importantly, you'll understand the impact that these decisions can have on you, the tenants that fill BOMA member buildings and ultimately, the City and County of San Francisco.

BOMA San Francisco Advocacy Committee Updates 

The program will also include an update from each BOMA Advocacy Committee:

In short, you'll leave the event with a comprehensive understanding of why your BOMA San Francisco Advocacy Team needs YOU, our members, to be involved in the development of public policy at City Hall.

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