WIN Cleveland Downtown Monthly Meeting
Informal Networking begins at 7:45am
Meeting starts promptly at 8:15am
Meeting adjourns promptly at 9:30am
What Makes Cleveland Water Erie-sistable!
Laquania Graham, MPA │ Education and Outreach Administrator
Bottles of water or tap water? Is our water safe?
It used to be we could just assume that safe drinking water is a given. But with everything happening in Flint, MI and the New Jersey water crisis you may be wondering is our water safe?
Laquania will take us on an exciting journey where we'll discover the history, distribution system, emerging technologies and very importantly, the quality of our water here in Cleveland.
Free for members $20 for non-members
Please register and pay online prior to the meeting.
Hot delicious and nutritious breakfast included, along with coffee/tea/water.
Parking: Park in spots closest to the building, they have been reserved for us for the morning. Enter through the back door and head up the stairs or elevator to the second floor Karpinski receptionist & conference room.
Questions? Reach out to Jane Flaherty, Esq., Co-Chair, Downtown Expansion
Laquania Graham is an Education and Outreach Administrator with the City of Cleveland, Division of Water. Employed by the City for over 17 years, Laquania has been instrumental in the success of several meter reading and billing practices, along with being a vital resource for legal counsel, oftentimes testifying, mediating and negotiating on Cleveland Water’s behalf. She has been essential with investigations and representation for Internal Affairs, Special Events, Cleveland City Council, the Director’s office, the Mayor’s Action Center, and the Commissioner’s Office.
Having represented Cleveland Water in hundreds of primary through collegiate classrooms, a myriad of Senior Centers, Rotary Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, along with several businesses and organizations, Laquania is a widely acclaimed speaker, customizing programs and presentations for educators and special interest groups.
She hails an Associate of Arts degree from Cuyahoga Community College, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Cleveland State University.
We look forward to welcoming you!
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