Evening Conversation: Understanding the Census 2020
Time & Location
About the Event
Road to the 2020 Census
Census data affects the distribution of over $675 billion in federal funding and also determines how many members represent a state in the House of Representatives and the Electoral College. Jayne Black, United States Census Bureau, will provide a brief history of Article One of the US Constitution, the census to count every person in the United States every ten years.
Learn how this data benefits Idaho and our community. https://2020census.gov/en
Jayne Black, Partnership Specialist, US Census Bureau
Jayne earned an MBA with a concentration in human resource management at Wake Forest University. She serves as a Partnership Specialist with the United States Census Bureau where she develops and coordinates partnership agreements with federal, state, local, and tribal governments. She also works with businesses and community groups to communicate census goals and objectives in order to help communities realize the value and benefits of decennial census participation.
Civility will be required. City Club champions “passionately non-partisan” discussion between diverse perspectives.
Time: 6:30 PM -8:00 PM
Location: Boise State Radio Community Room
220 E. Parkcenter Blvd (Yanke Family Research Park)
$15 City Club Member price
$20 Non-member price
The Evening Conversation event is designed to bring differing, and potentially contentious view points to the table, while allowing a civil and engaged audience into the conversation. Our aspiration is that during the dialog portion of these Evening Conversation events, Members may disagree without being disagreeable and in keeping with those values, zealous advocacy will be embraced, as long as such advocacy is civil, responsible, and reflects City Club’s mission. We ask guests of this Evening Conversation to be mindful of others during the engaged dialog bound to occur during these conversations, and beyond. Our hope is that this intimate setting will open the doors for even more engaged citizenry in our community around relevant and difficult topics to be presented.