Business Issues Forum: July 2021

Business Issues Forum: July 2021

  • Date(s): Tue, Jul 20, 2021
  • Time(s): 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
  • Location: Webinar
  • Members: Free, registration required. You must be logged into the Chamber website as a member to register.
  • Non-Members: This is a members only event.
  • Additional Information: If you did not receive the Zoom login information, please contact Hannah at hannahh@seattlechamber.com

    This event will include live closed captioning via Zoom. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Leigh at leighj@seattlechamber.com
  • Questions: Contact Hannah Holman at 206-389-7216


Join us for a discussion of current public affairs issues.  All members are welcome! This event is closed to working media.

I. Health Through Housing

Kelly Rider
Government Affairs Manager
King County Department of Community & Human Services

II. Best Starts for Kids

Dila Perera
Campaign Co-Chair
Best Starts for Kids Campaign
Executive Director
Open Arms Perinatal Services

III. Health One

Chief Harold Scoggins
Fire Chief
Seattle Fire Department



About Business Issues Forum: 
The Chamber’s Business Issues Forum is the place to learn about and discuss emerging policy issues that matter to your business and the community.  A benefit available only to members, meetings include informational briefings from guest speakers and structured discussion with fellow members.

Why attend?
1)  Learn about developing issues and how you can get engaged
2)  Hear from key policymakers and business leaders
3)  Strengthen your relationships with members from a wide range of industries

Not a member? Visit our Membership page to learn more.

Visit the 
Business Issues Forum Program page to see all of our other Business Issues Forum events!

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Membership starts at $500 and is open to any business or organization interested in increasing their presence in Seattle metropolitan region.

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