MassGaming continues community outreach efforts through successful Speakers Bureau program
Through the establishment of MassGaming’s Speakers Bureau, the commission is participating in numerous statewide speaking engagements to keep the public informed of the schedule and process, increase community awareness of the roles and responsibilities of the commission, encourage community involvement and solicit valuable feedback to facilitate an all-inclusive, decision-making process.
- East Boston Chamber of Commerce: Chairman Steve Crosby will address the East Boston Chamber of Commerce on Monday, September 16, 2013 at 6:00pm at 288 Bennington Street in East Boston, MA.
- American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts: Commissioner Enrique Zuniga will address members of the ACEC/Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Private Sector Committee on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 8:00am at the Engineering Center, 1 Walnut Street in Boston, MA.
- The Women’s Business Network of Wellesley: Commissioner Gayle Cameron will address members of the Women’s Business Network of Wellesley on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 7:30am at Waterstone, 23 Washington Street in Wellesley, MA.
- West of the River Chamber of Commerce: Commissioner Bruce Stebbins will address members of the West of the River Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 7:00am at Crestview Country Club in Agawam, MA.
To date, the Commission has participated in more than 70 Speakers Bureau engagements.
As the commission strives to ensure that its decision-making and regulatory systems engender the confidence of the public and participants, the MassGaming Speakers Bureau provides an important face-to-face opportunity to communicate directly and facilitate a dialogue with its vast constituency. In order to create the most efficient process, it is suggested that requestors have a minimum audience of 30 attendees and make the request 30 days in advance.
To facilitate a Speakers Bureau request, the speaker request form is easily accessible here.
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