Watch the Air Quality Video and Look Forward to Education and Workforce at March 12 Event


UPDATED, 8:30 p.m. - We're please to confirm that Teresa Schlegel of the School Improvement Network will participate in the Utah Breakfast Club next Thursday! Register now!

SALT LAKE CITY, March 5, 2015 - An all-star cast is emerging for the Utah Breakfast Club's March 12, 2015, event, "Making Education a Priority: Tackling the State's Workforce Challenges." The goal of the discussion is to address the seeming mismatch between the "output" of our state's educational systems -- and the concrete and tangible needs of our businesses, particularly those of the thriving high-tech sector. Panelists include:

  • Cathy Donahoe, Domo
  • Stephen Kroes, President, Utah Foundation
  • Michael Savoie, Dean, College of Tech/Computing, Utah Valley University
  • Jeff Weber, Instructure
  • Moderator: Drew Clark, Of Counsel, Kirton McConkie; Founder, Utah Breakfast Club

Additionally, we want to remind members, supporters and followers of the Utah Breakfast Club that the video from the February Utah Breakfast Club is available online. There was a rich and productive discussion about the role of Tier 3 fuels in containing particulate emissions, as well as issues pertaining to a potential wood-burning ban on the Wasatch Front during the winter months.

Don't miss registering to attend the Utah Breakfast Club event on March 12, 2015, at the auditorium in the State Office Building. We begin to gather at 7 a.m. for breakfast, but the discussion gets rolling at 7:30 a.m., and ends before 9 a.m. Register to attend the event (including breakfast) for $25 plus a registration fee. Better yet, register to join the NO CHARGE Three Month Trial Membership and receive a 40% discount on Utah Breakfast Club tickets. Simply click the blue button on the Registration Page

Panelists and their guests receive complimentary admission. If you are interested in being involved or learning more about the Utah Breakfast Club, please contact Drew Clark by email or at 801-895-3640.

(Photography by John McStravick)

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