2017 Annual Dinner

Marking 30 Years at  Cal State LA Thursday, April 27, 2017 The Millennium Biltmore Hotel 506 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90071 5:30 p.m. Reception 7 p.m. Program Purchase Individual Tickets and Sponsorships Annual Dinner Sponsorship Form Annual Dinner Save the Date Flyer Our Institute’s motto is “Unleashing the Power of Participation.” Engaging people … Continued

Participation + Power: A Los Angeles County Strategy Summit

On February 2, 2017 the Advancement Project California and the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs held the Participation + Power – A Los Angeles County Strategy Summit. The Summit was a half-day convening that brought together 100 elected and civic leaders from throughout the county representing the nonprofit, government, and academic sectors. The Summit provided … Continued

2016 Annual Policy Conference

On November 17th, 2016, the Pat Brown Institute held its 23rd Annual Conference, “Election 2016: What On Earth Happened?”. Download 2016 Annual Conference Program 2016 Annual Conference Sponsor Form 2016 Annual Conference Flyer 2016 Annual Conference Registration Link  2016 Annual Conference Media Advisory  #PBIElections2016   2016 Annual Conference Media Coverage University Times What on earth … Continued

2016 PBI – Cal State LA Poll Public Briefing: L.A. County Latino Voters

On November 3rd, the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State LA  hosted a media and community briefing to release findings from its PBI-Cal State LA Latino Poll. The poll, conducted for PBI by the nationally recognized firm Latino Decisions, surveyed 1,501 Latino registered voters in Los Angeles County. The findings provided key insights … Continued

2016 Summit of Possibilities

On October 27th, the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State LA, in partnership with, the California Community Foundation held the Summit of Possibilities: People, Community and Progress Featuring Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the California Assembly The event presented a historic study about the current economic and community assets of the Central 710 Corridor – … Continued