The 2020 Census is right around the corner, and the stakes are high for the Walla Walla Valley.
The Census determines how funds are distributed for schools, nonprofit services, roads, and other programs that make our region thrive.
We all care about our community’s future, and we have the power to work together to ensure that our region is counted next year.
Please join Washington Nonprofits, and the Washington Census Alliance on September 24 for a fun, informative, and action-oriented session about the 2020 Census.
Attendees will learn:
• The why, what, how, and when of the 2020 Census; and why it matters to the Walla Walla region.
• How to support the count as community organizations and individuals.
• Who to connect with to support the 2020 Census.
• What resources are available for getting out the count.
Tuesday, September 24, 9:00-10:30 am
Doors will open at 8:30 am for networking and light breakfast
Walla Walla Community College
Water & Environmental Center, Room 2023
Located at Building R on the WWCC Campus Map
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS
Kamau Chege, Washington State Census Alliance
Kamau Chege is a graduate of Whitworth University in Spokane and has deep roots organizing statewide through the Washington Dream Coalition (WDC), which now anchors the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN). His organizing led to the passage of the Washington State Dream Act, which allowed undocumented students to have equal access in state financial aid for higher-ed. Kamau is now the manager of the Washington Census Alliance to ensure we build a grassroots movement for a fair count of our communities.
David Streeter, Washington Nonprofits
David Streeter is Washington Nonprofits’ Director of Public Policy and Advocacy. David is passionate about supporting nonprofits’ work by educating about public policy and creating opportunities for action. Before moving to Seattle, David held positions as the Public Policy Manager for The Forbes Funds’ Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership in Pittsburgh, PA and as the Press Secretary for the National Jewish Democratic Council in Washington, DC. He is originally from Los Gatos, CA and received his BA and MPA degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. On the weekends, David can be found hunting for vinyl records and exploring Seattle with his wife and dog.