Join us on Thursday, February 28 as Mayor Michael Nutter discusses his run for mayor of Philadelphia when he formed a coalition from a base of support that set the stage for two successful terms. This faculty talk with Q&A will be live-streamed from New York directly to a select number of regional clubs, including ours. Nutter's anecdotes, advice, and insights will be sure to inspire anyone with a desire to understand municipal government and the will to positively change the lives of the people. See firsthand how a big city can better serve and open greater opportunities for its people.
Date & Time: Thursday, February 28
6:30pm - 7pm Presentation by Mayor Nutter
7pm - 7:30pm Q&A Session
7:30pm - 8:30pm Social/Networking Hour
This event is open only to Columbia alumni and their guests so please RSVP though our site as soon as possible.
This virtual faculty event will be hosted by the Columbia Alumni Association and Columbia | SIPA. Mayor Nutter's topic area will fall under the Just Societies season of the Columbia Commitment Campaign. For more information on his new book, "Mayor: The Best Job in Politics," please click here.