Young Professionals Virtual Luncheon

January 19, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Registration Closed

Event Location

Virtual

Contact Information

541-226-3101

Date/Time Information

Tuesday, January 19th
Noon - 1:00 p.m.
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Event Description


Please join us for the Young Professionals Monthly Luncheon sponsored by Jim Sigel Chevrolet. Our guest speaker will be Greg Roe of the Boys & Girls Club. He will be talking about Club life before and after COVID and lessons he learned this year.

Greg Roe grew up in Eugene, OR and attended Churchill High School. He has been the Executive Director at Boys & Girls Clubs of the Rogue Valley for the last three years. He spent the 16 year?s prior as Executive Director for United Way of Linn County in Albany, OR. He was instrumental in bringing impactful programs to Linn County, including programs that directly supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany and Greater Santiam. Greg helped build the Linn County Low Income Dental Clinic for Children, started the first Dolly Parton Imagination Library program in Oregon, and created Linn County Child Abuse Prevention Network.
Greg is also a third generation graduate of Southern Oregon University and graduated with a Master?s Degree in Administration from Northern Arizona University. 


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The Young Professionals Network is for young professionals in the target age range of 18-45 who are looking for networking opportunities with other young professionals, connections to the community and business leaders, community engagement, and professional development. The network holds monthly luncheons, quarterly socials, and community service projects.

This program is a part of the Grants Pass & Josephine County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is a catalyst that enables businesses to accomplish collectively what no single business could do alone. A strong united effort gives a voice to members, provides a business environment that is both competitive and supportive and helps improve the overall health of our community.

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