Census 2020: Why it's important

Civic Chicago • 12 July 2019
Event date 18 Jul '19 06:30 pm - 09:00 pm
Event location Cantigny Park • 1S151 Winfield Rd, Wheaton, 60189, IL, United States
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Learn about the 2020 Census and why it's important and what the implications for Illinois, presented by Tina Hone.

Social 6:30 to 7:00

Presentation and Q and A 7:00 to 8:30

Parking is free if you mention that you are attending the Civic Awareness Series

A shuttle will be available from the Visitor Center to the McCormick House

About the speaker:
Tina Hone is Chief Impact Officer at YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, where she oversees all economic empowerment programs, including Workforce Development, Financial Wellness, and Business & Entrepreneurship training.

A native south side Chicagoan, Tina recently returned home after over two decades in Washington, DC where she held a range of positions related to civil rights, social justice and economic opportunity.

Most recently, she was Policy Director on the Education & Workforce Committee in the US House of Representatives. She previously served as Associate Under Secretary for Economic Affairs at the US Department of Commerce, where she oversaw national outreach for the Decennial Census, focusing especially on reaching the hardest to count communities.

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1 month agoAdd to Calender 2019-07-18 22:30:00 2019-07-18 22:30:00 Census 2020: Why it's important Learn about the 2020 Census and why it's important and what the implications for Illinois, presented by Tina Hone. Social 6:30 to 7:00 Presentation and Q and A 7:00 to 8:30 Parking is free if you mention that you are attending the Civic Awareness Series A shuttle will be available from the Visitor Center to the McCormick House About the speaker: Tina Hone is Chief Impact Officer at YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, where she oversees all economic empowerment programs, including Workforce Development, Financial Wellness, and Business & Entrepreneurship training. A native south side Chicagoan, Tina recently returned home after over two decades in Washington, DC where she held a range of positions related to civil rights, social justice and economic opportunity. Most recently, she was Policy Director on the Education & Workforce Committee in the US House of Representatives. She previously served as Associate Under Secretary for Economic Affairs at the US Department of Commerce, where she oversaw national outreach for the Decennial Census, focusing especially on reaching the hardest to count communities. Cantigny Park America/New_York public Politics #leagueofwomenvoters #census2020