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Virtual Town Hall with Michigan's Bioscience Legislative Caucus Co-Chairs
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Join this bipartisan and bicameral legislative caucus for a discussion of Michigan’s action related to COVID-19, testing, the current phase of the Safe Start Reopening plan and resources that remain available for businesses and individuals.

 Export to Your Calendar 5/29/2020
When: Friday, May 29, 2020
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Virtual Event
United States
Contact: Alisha Brown

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Join this bipartisan and bicameral legislative caucus for a discussion of Michigan’s action related to COVID-19, testing, the current phase of the Safe Start Reopening plan and resources that remain available for businesses and individuals. 

 

Senator John Bizon - In November 2018, residents of Michigan’s 19th Senate District elected Sen. Dr. John Bizon, R-Battle Creek, to the state Senate, representing Barry, Calhoun and Ionia counties. John chairs the Families, Seniors, and Veterans Committee. Prior to joining the Senate, Bizon served four years in the Michigan House of Representatives, representing the 62nd District. Dr. Bizon is an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) in Battle Creek who’s been in medical practice for more than 40 years. He is a military veteran who served in the U.S. Air Force, eventually obtaining the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Senator Mallory McMorrow - Sen. Mallory McMorrow is serving her first term in the Michigan Senate. McMorrow gained more than a decade of experience in product design, media and advertising through her work with Mazda, Mattel, Gawker Media, Hearst and other global brands. She brings a fresh, creative and collaborative approach to addressing and solving some of our state’s most complex issues. As a state senator, McMorrow is focused on increasing our state’s competitiveness by supporting what makes Michigan unique – our people, unparalleled history of manufacturing and innovation, and our Great Lakes. She will work to diversify our economy by creating more opportunities for small businesses, provide our kids with a world-class education, fight for access to health care and clean water for all Michiganders, and ensure we fix our roads.

Representative Brandt IdenState Representative Brandt Iden was first elected to serve the 61st District in the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2014. The 61st encompasses the city of Portage as well as the townships of Oshtemo, Prairie Ronde, Schoolcraft and Texas. Brandt is a former Kalamazoo County Commissioner, having served in this position for two terms before his election to the House of Representatives.  He is passionate about community engagement, economic development, and ensuring that kids have the tools that they need to succeed professionally later in life. Brandt has dedicated himself to local organizations that focus on youth empowerment, financial education and developing community leaders.  He has served on the boards of Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan, a nonprofit organization that gives K-12 students skills for career readiness and financial literacy, as well as Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Kalamazoo. Brandt strongly believes that educational enrichment for kids is a fundamental component of community involvement, and that engagement, both inside and outside of the classroom, are the cornerstones for students’ success.

Representative Rebekah WarrenNow serving her third term in the Michigan House of Representatives, Rebekah Warren is proud to represent the 55th House District, which includes the northern part of the city of Ann Arbor, the portion of the city of Milan that falls within Washtenaw County, and the townships of Ann Arbor, Augusta, Pittsfield, and York. A long-time resident of Ann Arbor, Warren was first elected to the Michigan House in 2006, where she represented the 53rd District for four years.  She also served two terms as the State Senator for the 18th District.  During her time in the Senate, she was the Democratic Vice Chair of the Natural Resources Committee, the Regulatory Reform Committee, the Michigan Competitiveness Committee, and the Economic Development and International Investment Committee.  She was also a member of the Senate Finance Committee, as well as the Mental Health and Wellness Commission, the Responsible Retirement Reform for Local Governments Task Force, the Healthcare Cost and Quality Advisory Committee, and the Commission on Human Trafficking and a Legislative Co-Chair of the annual “Let’s End Campus Sexual Assault” Summits.  Additionally, she was appointed to represent Michigan on the prestigious Great Lakes Commission. Prior to her work as a lawmaker, Warren served as executive director of a statewide women’s health care nonprofit for seven years.

This event is generously sponsored by:

DATE: Friday, May 29, 2020

TIME: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm EST

LOCATION: Webinar

COST: Free

 

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*Call in details will be emailed to attendees after registering. Questions? Contact Elizabeth Foster (310) 384-4807 or elizabeth@michbio.org

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