Promoting Healthy & Thriving Families from the Early Years and Beyond

Assemblyman Marcos Crespo would like to invite you to “Promoting Healthy & Thriving Families from the Early Years and Beyond.” This is an important policy forum being held in New York City on July 21stand 22nd and hosted by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and the Assembly Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force. The topic is dynamic and so are the presenters and location near Wall Street.

Assemblyman Crespo encourages you to attend and hopes to see you there. Below is link to entire event information. 

 

http://www.cvent.com/events/naleo-northeast-policy-institute-on-education-promoting-healthy-thriving-families-from-the-early-yea/event-summary-3376278668f5426bad2747aa5d315059.aspx?i=a7eee711-f197-479a-a54f-46444963a9c7

 

WHEN
July 21, 2017 at 8am - 5pm
WHERE
Andaz Wall Street Hotel
75 Wall St
Ny, NY 10005
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Guillermo Martinez · 518-455-5514
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