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Navigating the workplace: An intimate evening with Chief Danielle Outlaw, Deputy Chief Jamal Fox, Chief Sara Boone and Chief Serilda.

About this Event

*********** REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT****************

Do you want to network with black professionals in the Portland metro area? Do you want to learn more about the inner workings of the city, from the inside? Are you looking for a fun community event with free food and beverages? This event is for you.

What to expect:

For our fourth installment of Simple X Mixer, our guests, Chief Danielle Outlaw, Chief Sara Boone, Deputy Chief Jamal Fox, and Chief Serlida Summers-McGee will share their personal and professional experience on navigating the workplace. These individuals have made incredible strides in their careers and have unique origin stories. Enjoy a night with city leaders and network with other business professionals and entrepreneurs.

Event is taking place in the heart of Downtown Portland, on the 27th floor in the Big Pink! Thanks to #NewRelic

***This Event is for Black Professionals and Allies***

Note: Limited Seating. Get your ticket before it’s too late!

NAME YOUR OWN PRICE. WE WANT TO MAKE THE EVENT AFFORDABLE, BUT ALSO HOLD OUR GUESTS ACCOUNTABLE.

Simple X leverages intimate conversations with leaders and entrepreneurs in order to spark stimulating conversations and create a space for collaboration.

Website: www.SimpleXMixer.com

Instagram: SimpleXSeries

Event hosted byNew Relic

About our guest speakers:

Chief Danielle Outlaw

Chief Danielle Outlaw was sworn in as Chief of Police for the Portland Police Bureau on October 2, 2017. She began her career with the Oakland Police Department as an Oakland Police Explorer. As she rose through the ranks to Deputy Chief, she worked in various assignments throughout the Oakland Police Department, including Patrol, Community Services, the Office of Chief of Police, the Criminal Investigation Division, Internal Affairs and the Office of Inspector General

Chief Sara Boone

Chief Boone’s career with PF&R began in 1995. She became a lieutenant in 2002, after placing first on the promotional list and then became a Captain in 2006 assigned at several Stations plus Training Academy and BHQ. In 2014, Boone promoted to Battalion Chief, served as Safety Chief, appointed Deputy Chief of Logistics and currently the Division Chief of Medical Services and Training.

Chief Jamal Fox

Fox comes with a background in local government, most recently serving as the Property & Business Development Manager for Portland Parks & Recreation.Fox was elected to the Greensboro City Council in North Carolina representing District 2, at the age of 25. He was later re-elected, serving until 2017 before moving to Portland to be with his family. Prior to being elected Greensboro City Council, Fox worked for the City of Greensboro in the City Manager’s Office and the Department of Planning and Community Development. He is also a former North Carolina A&T State University Political Science Adjunct Professor and High School Social Studies/Teen Leadership Teacher.

https://www.theskanner.com/news/newsbriefs/28620-mayor-wheeler-hires-new-deputy-chief-of-staff

Chief Serilda Summers-McGee

Serilda has been the Chief Human Resources Officer since December 2017. She has more than 15 years of progressive experience in human capital management with expertise in a broad range of HR disciplines. Her career started in higher education, holding positions in admissions, financial aid and serving as the Assistant Dean of residence life at Reed College from 2006 – 2010. Serilda then became the executive director at Partners in Diversity in 2011, an affiliate of the Portland Business Alliance. Working with HR departments in companies throughout the Portland region on strategies to recruit and retain executives of color.

A SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS!

Black Portland

City African American Network

City of Portland (Page)

National Forum of Black Public Administrators (Page)

New Relic (Page)

Link: https://www.theskanner.com/news/newsbriefs/29079-local-black-professionals-featured-at-navigating-the-workplace-mixer