Our Community Breakfast will celebrate community partners and gather business and community leaders, partners, philanthropists, and elected officials to hear the results of United Way of San Diego County’s community listening project and how we can partner together to change the lives of children, young adults, and families in our region.
Join us to learn more about the way we're working with our diverse community — parents and teachers, school districts and social service organizations, nonprofits and the business community, the public sector and private philanthropy — to create brighter futures for our county's children and their families.
Registration: 7:15 a.m. | Program: 7:45–9:30 a.m.
7450 Hazard Center Drive, San Diego, CA 92108
Parking is FREE in the hotel parking lot.
Table of ten: $1,000
If you printed a ticket from Eventbrite, please bring it with you.
Check-in at the lobby, where groups will receive their table numbers.
Open seating for individual ticket holders.
As an integral part of our community, your sponsorship helps support San Diego County’s future — and the bright futures we want for all our children and families. Consider a sponsorship to showcase your support and the important role you play in our region. Contact Jim Woods, Vice President, Corporate Relations, at 858.636.4145 or email@example.com.
United Way of San Diego County has supported struggling families for 99 years, and our focus continues on their behalf, working to ensure that every child is prepared to succeed in school and life, from cradle to career, and that families have the support needed to ensure that success.
Our last community breakfast generated great press, twitter trends, and thousands of posts — as well as a transformative experience for over 500 attendees. Don’t miss this chance to convene around a cause we all care about: the future of our kids and their families.
Dr. Pedro Noguera is a Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. A sociologist, Dr. Noguera’s research focuses on the ways schools are influenced by social and economic conditions and by demographic trends locally, regionally, and globally. The author, co-author, and editor of 13 books, he is a frequent commentator on CNN, MSNBC, and NPR on educational issues, and his editorials regularly appear in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.
Prior to joining UCLA’s faculty, Dr. Noguera was a tenured professor at New York University, Harvard University, and UC Berkeley; before that, he served as a public school teacher in Providence, RI, and Oakland, CA. He was recently appointed special advisor to the Governor of New Mexico on education policy and also advises the state departments of education in Washington, Oregon, and Nevada. Dr. Noguera’s research and advocacy efforts aimed at fighting poverty have received awards from Stanford University’s Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences and NYU’s McSilver Institute.
Award-winning journalist & KUSI-TV anchor Elizabeth Alvarez emcees this year’s Community Breakfast.