Beef And A Toast: Building Toward St. Louis's Resilient Future

Beef And A Toast: Building Toward
St. Louis's Resilient Future

Young People Laying The Foundation For A Stronger Future

Wednesday, November 30th
 @ T-REX, 911 Washington Ave

This presidential election has shown just how deeply our country is divided. There's work to be done, and we can all play a part starting with the city we study, work, and live in. St. Louis was chosen for The Rockefeller Foundation's 100 Resilient Cities initiative, which helps cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.

Patrick Brown is St. Louis's Chief Resilience Officer overseeing the development and implementation of a comprehensive Resilience Strategy for the City. Come learn about the initiative and speak up on what you think the city's biggest challenges are. The discussion will lead into intimate group discussions for you to meet other young people from all backgrounds to help shape St. Louis's strategy for identifying and tackling the issues facing our region.

Patrick Brown, Chief Resilience Officer for the City of St. Louis

6:00PM - Check In
6:30PM - Beef And A Toast starts
8:00PM - Beef And A Toast ends
Feel free to mingle until 8:30PM and anywhere else afterward!

Let's discuss our beef with St. Louis and toast to being part of the solution.