Since its inception in 2011, Fresno Future has endeavored to become a gathering of minds- the changemakers, newsmakers and tastemakers whose expertise lies behind the ideas, events and trends that are shaping the future of the city and region. Future Fresno’s work covers a range of fields, from urban policy, to strategic planning, governance & civic policy, economic and business-development, technology, environment, and energy.
Fresno Future embraces innovation, collaboration, integrity, diversity, continuous learning, and the ethos of public service. Valuing the growing network of partners and friends, which includes institutions of higher education and policy experts, nationally recognized consultants, art enthusiasts, industry specialists, businesses, government, and community leaders.
This year’s conference, Friday, November 1, will be at The Fresno Art Museum, and starts at 8:00 a.m. Featuring an honorary address from President Castro, and opening remarks by Professor Kharbawy of Fresno State.
The event will focus on the various topics including The Reimagining of the Fulton Mall: A Plenary Debate, Faces of Fresno: A Conversation About Community, Diversity, & Justice, and Fresno Scoreboard: Harnessing the Power of Information. The event will also feature Inner/City, Fresno’s 1st crowd-sourced art and architecture exhibit. For students interested in getting involved with the revitalization of Fresno, and possibly looking for an opportunity to network, this is a great opportunity. You can click the link here to register to attend the event. http://www.fresnofuture.org/register-to-attend/