Sunlight Foundation Executive Director Ellen Miller

The City Club of Cleveland

We are only days away from Sunlight Foundation Executive Director’s talk at the City Club of Cleveland THIS FRIDAY. She will be speaking about the national (and international) movement for open government and transparency and how our efforts here in Cuyahoga County fit into the larger movement.

Come to get inspired and learn more about what “Transparency” actually means, and how we as citizens can work in partnership with elected officials to make our government more efficient and effective.

The details again are: Friday, July 1, noon, The City Club of Cleveland (850 Euclid Ave., Cleveland).

Reserve tickets online today: http://www.cityclub.org/Default.aspx?tabid=256&id=15534 (members: $18; non-members: $30)

 

Patrick Bresette, Associate Program Director, Demos
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 (City Club, Cleveland)

When people are reminded of the mission and purpose of government and given vivid and concrete images of the public systems necessary to achieve those goals, they can engage in questions about government in a more pragmatic, reasonable and problem solving manner. Despite the power of consumerism, people are ready to be called to act as civic-minded participants in community life.

 

Sunlight Foundation Executive Director Ellen Miller

The Cleveland Coalition welcomes Sunlight Foundation Executive Director Ellen Miller to Cleveland.

Ellen Miller is co-founder and Executive Director of the Sunlight Foundation, a Washington-based, non-partisan non-profit dedicated to using the power of the Internet to catalyze greater government openness and transparency. She is the founder of two other prominent Washington-based organizations in the field of money and politics – the Center for Responsive Politics and Public Campaign – and a nationally recognized expert on transparency and the influence of money in politics.

Reserve your tickets now.

 

May 26, 2011 – County Executive FitzGerald presents at the first of 11 town halls to be held across the county over the next year.

 
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