Join EPIP LA on Thursday, March 2nd at 6:30pm for a Salon Series
event to discuss the March ballot!
Did you know there is a mayoral race, a countywide sales tax increase to pay for homeless services, a proposed moratorium on certain types of high-density construction, and two measures on how LA should regulate and tax the growing marijuana industry?
Over dinner, we’ll discuss the measures you care about most with SCG’s Senior Manager of Public Policy & Government Relations, Seyron Foo. You’ll leave the event with a ballot cheat sheet that you can bring with you to the polls on Election Day.
This event is FREE for Members. If you are a Member, please RSVP here.
This event is $10 for Non-Members. Please purchase your tickets below.
Space is limited.
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Seyron Foo Director, Public Policy and Government Relations
Seyron Foo develops, organizes, and implements efforts to create a well-connected network of grantmakers and public officials in order to strengthen communities and advance the public policy goals of SCG’s member organizations and Philanthropy California. In this capacity, he provides public policy analysis to issues affecting the sector and key policy areas relevant to grantmakers. Additionally, he is responsible for educating and informing government officials about philanthropic efforts, and identifies opportunities to convene grantmakers and government to tackle the state’s most pressing social issues.
Seyron has experience in various government sectors, beginning his career as a legislative aide to the California State Senate Majority Leader, where he managed a diverse policy portfolio that included civil rights, transportation, and housing. His work led the successful passage of legislation in health, tenants’ rights, and banking reforms. Prior to SCG, he served in the City of Long Beach as the Senior Policy Analyst to the Director of Public Works, where he oversaw and managed citywide projects and led the Department’s press and community relations efforts. Seyron earned his Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and his Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric and Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.