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Looking to expand your network and get involved in the community? With over four years experience connecting people to the Core, RadiatePHX is just the place.
The monthly networking takes place Tuesday, Aug. 26 with more people to meet and topics — including Downtown developments and Super Bowl Central — to discuss than ever before. And who knows… you may be the next director or executive of an organization contributing to a Greater Downtown.
Historically, the event has been an inviting space for people to connect with people and local businesses in the Downtown community, said Leslie Lindo, who is now executive director of Project Rising Phoenix, an organization that promotes urban infill projects.
“(RadiatePHX) is how I initially became connected to the downtown community,” she said. “It really made me feel welcome and a part of a strong community — an active community. It inspired me to be engaged.”
And Lindo isn’t the only one. Jennifer Boucek, director of Preserve Phoenix, also credits RadiatePHX for introducing her to the Downtown community.
“The best part (about RadiatePHX) was meeting different people and the format was very informal… and interactive,” Boucek said. “It wasn’t your typical networking mixer where you were on your own. It was an event where you interacted with a group of people and talked about different issues that were going on downtown.”
Lindo and Boucek’s experiences aren’t isolated. RadiatePHX is an informal way to connect with fellow business people, community and civic leaders, and urban advocates — all whilst enjoying complimentary bites and bar.
Hosted by Downtown Phoenix Inc., and Downtown Phoenix Journal, RadiatePHX kicks off on Tuesday, August 26 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. inside the Virginia G. Piper Auditorium at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Downtown Campus. RSVP on Facebook.