Meet our next executive director at Tenderloin Talk LIVE, May 9th

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Your next edition of Tenderloin Talk LIVE is May 9th, from 5-7pm at the Tenderloin Museum. Join us in conversation!

TLCBD board of directors and staff welcome you to share and discuss several exciting developments for the future of TLCBD, including an informal chance to meet with of our soon-to-be executive director, Simon Bertrang.

During our last Tenderloin Talk LIVE event, we introduced the Invest Tenderloin campaign, highlighting the personal stories behind the investment in some of our projects and programs.

On May 9th, we'll share and discuss key Invest Tenderloin updates, as well as several exciting developments for the future of TLCBD while making time for getting to know our neighbors.

We'll have much more to share about our leadership transition at Tenderloin Talk LIVE and in the coming weeks as we approach Simon's official start at the end of May. A few notes to share now are Simon brings a decade experience leading large capital projects for city government in both New York and San Francisco, most recently the vision for a Better Market Street. He cited the strength and dedication of TLCBD staff, the organization's vision, and the "neighborhood's greatest assets, its people and its energy" as drivers for wanting to guide the organization towards its core purpose of leading the evolution of the Tenderloin into a vibrant community for ALL.

We are excited to be hosting the next installment at the Tenderloin Museum, offering a chance to discuss the future amid the museum's permanent collection. Guests will also have a chance to check out current gallery exhibition featuring the vibrant photography of our neighbor and photographer, Darwin Bell.

About Tenderloin Talk LIVE:

Combining elements of community forum, presentation, and neighborhood mixer, the Tenderloin Talk LIVE quarterly event series, held at different Tenderloin locations, is a fun, spirited way to strengthen community connection, encourage dialogue on neighborhood issues, and influence TLCBD’s neighborhood serving programs.

Catch up on previous Tenderloin Talk LIVE events here and here.

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