Montgomery County Today: A Changing Community and a Transformative Opportunity

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
2011 Business and Economics Seminar Series

“Montgomery County Today: A Changing Community and a Transformative Opportunity”

Friday, October 28, 2011, 12:00 PM -1:30 PM
Far East Restaurant, 1776 E. Jefferson St, Rockville, MD 20852 Tel: 301-881-5552

SPEAKER:                Ms. Lily Qi
Vice Chair of Maryland Governor’s Commission on Asian American Affairs and Montgomery County Executive’s Special Projects Manager

As Montgomery County Executive’s Special Projects Manager overseeing several priority initiatives including the biotech and biohealth growth strategies and international relations, especially with Asian countries, Lily Qi has unique perspectives to share on Montgomery County’s growth and development.  Among those are how recent population shifts in the County have created demand for smart growth and transit-oriented development. She will share specific plans on several initiatives, including the two life science centers (the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan and the East County Science Center Master Plan), a new countywide public transit system, and opportunities for the County’s diverse communities to be part of this vision. 

REGISTER/INFO:   TowsonGlobal, 410-769-6449,                                    info@towsonglobal.com.  $25/Person (pay at the door by cash or check).