SUNY BEST presents “Where to Start: Albany or DC? – Relating the Big Picture to our Day to Day Work”
BINGHAMTON, NY -- The SUNY Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier (SUNY BEST) will host Margaret Moree, who will present “Where to Start: Albany or DC?” at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 6, at the Binghamton University Downtown Center. Pre-registration is required.
Moree, Director of Federal Affairs at The Public Policy Institute for the Business Council, will discuss new SUNY Strategic Plan as well as implementation of health care reform; financial services regulation; climate change and more. Moree will also discuss key issues in Albany and why support is needed for the Public Higher Education Empowerment Act.
SUNY Best is a volunteer group comprised of senior staff members from key economic and educational institutions in the Southern Tier. The group works to forge strong alliances, to strengthen industry specific needs, provide information and outreach for business, explore and to support the business community workforce needs for traditional and emerging industry clusters such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy, photonics, energy conservation and renewal.
For more information and to pre-register, contact Thomas Kowalik, Director of Continuing Education and Outreach, Binghamton University at (607) 777-2792 or Kowalik@binghamton.edu.