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The Center for Houston’s Future engages the general public in policy issues that will impact the future of the region. This June, July, and August of 2016 we will focus on water issues in our Houston region. Learn more about the series below, and scroll down to see additional ways to get involved with the Center.

Featured Summer Salon series:WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE- Drinking, Rising, Surging. A 3-part series of breakfast discussions bringing big-picture thinkers and regional leaders together for a deep-dive into our community indicators and next steps. 

Summer Salon 3: SURGING WATER- Storm Surge Protection and Response will be held on August 10th from 7:30am to 9:15am at the Junior League of Houston.
Media Sponsor: Houston Public Media

JOSHUA ADAMS, Executive Director of Houston Public Media Operations
Adams serves as Vice President of the Houston Area Local Communications Committee charged with oversight and activation of the Emergency Alert System (EAS)
in southeast Texas, and he also serves on the Board of Directors of Houston Regional Amber Plan, the Amber Alert activator for southeast Texas.

PHILIP BEDIENT, Director of the SSPEED Center at Rice University; MONTY HEINS, Operations Site Manager at Dow Houston; CHRIS SALLESE, Coastal Programs Coordinator at Dannenbaum Engineering; and LEN WATERWORTH, Maritime Administration at Texas A&M/Galveston

Register today!

Summer Salon 1: DRINKING WATER wrapped up on June 7th. Listen to highlights here
Summer Salon 2: RISING WATER on July 13th from 7:30am to 9:15am at the Junior League of Houston, will feature moderator Dave Fehling, Energy and Environment Reporter at Houston Public Media; panelists include Stephen Costello, City of Houston Flood Czar; Mary Anne Piacentini, Executive Director, Katy Prairie Conservancy; Bishop Shelton Bady, Senior Pastor, Harvest Time Church; and Ed Wolff, President, Ed Wolff Realtors.

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The Center’s strategic planning work is focused on developing civic leadership, conducting meaningful research and finding innovative solutions to our region's toughest problems. Funding is necessary for research, convocation of business and community leaders, and public awareness efforts.

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Benefits of an internship with the Center include networking opportunities with civic, business, and political leaders; exposure to a wide variety of policy issues and tasks; the opportunity to participate in events and use your talents to impact a small and well-connected nonprofit organization. Click here to view our current openings.

Collaborate with us
The Center convenes business, civic and political leaders to address the region’s priority issues and collaborates with a variety of organizations. Click here to see a list of organizations we have recently collaborated with.
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