Meet the featured guests below!
Dr. Xiangming Chen
Director of the Center for Urban and Global Studies, Trinity College
President and CEO, United Way of Central and Northeastern CT, former Board Chair of the Stowe Center
Susan Dunn joined the United Way in 1990 as communications director. On November 8, 2006, Dunn was named president and chief executive officer. During her United Way career, she has been responsible for the annual fundraising effort, leadership giving, communications and public relations, along with administrative responsibilities for the organization. Among Dunn’s community activities, she currently serves on the board of the National Conference for Community and Justice of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts—Connecticut Chapter, is a corporator of Hartford Hospital, and is past president of the board of trustees of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center.
Susan Dunn is among the first women graduates of Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut, with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing, cum laude.
How can cities and suburbs work together to improve resources and foster stronger communities? How do we provide greater access to opportunities across the Greater Hartford region? Come to the Salon and share your thoughts!
Thinking Regionally Part 2 will begin at 5:00 pm with a social half hour and the conversation will begin at 5:30 pm. See you there!