It’s time to end the revenue shortfalls and
Dane Smith, President (email)
Dane Smith was named president of Growth & Justice in April 2007. He succeeds founder and executive Joel Kramer, who now serves as chair of the board.
Dane concluded a 30-year career as a reporter for the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press, where he developed a solid reputation writing about state, local and federal government and politics for Minnesota’s two largest newspapers. Dane played a key leadership role at the Star Tribune as the senior politics & government team leader, planning and executing coverage and presentation of news and graphics.
Dane is co-author of the book, “Professor Wellstone Goes to Washington: The Inside Story of a Grassroots U.S. Senate Campaign.” He serves as an adjunct faculty member at Inver Hills Community College. In 1989-90, Dane was the recipient of the John S. Knight Fellowship for Professional Journalists, providing a mid-career sabbatical and a year of study at Stanford University. He also holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University
Who: The Invest in
Dane Smith, president, Growth & Justice
Brian Rusche, executive director, Joint Religious Legislative Coalition
Nan Madden, director, Minnesota Budget Project
What: A networking lunch to discuss why the state is facing a revenue shortfall and the importance of having adequate funding that is raised fairlyandinvested strategically.Where:
When: Wednesday, Sept. 10, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Why: The state’s financial situation is one of an inadequate level of investment, both in terms of human capital and infrastructure, and this is a threat to our state’s economic future and our quality of life.
It’s important to talk about this issue now because
The event is free and open to the public. Please feel free to bring a lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided.
To register, or for any questions about the event, contact Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org Registration is not necessary, we would just like an idea of how many people are coming for planning purposes.
*The leaders of the Invest in Minnesota Campaign are: Marcia Avner, public policy director, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits; Brian Rusche, executive director, Joint Religious Legislative Coalition; Dane Smith, president, Growth & Justice; and Ray Waldron, president, AFL-CIO. They have combined efforts to form the Invest in Minnesota Campaign because they believe that Minnesota’s fiscal course in recent years is diminishing the quality of life in our state and that we need more revenue, we need to raise it fairly and we need to invest in Minnesota.
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