USF Constitution Day: SF District Attorney George Gascón

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
McLaren Conference Center Complex
Event Type
Events and Lectures
Broullon, Adriana
Office of Diversity and Community Engagement

From High School Dropout to San Francisco’s First Latino District Attorney

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Tuesday, Sept. 16 | 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

McLaren Conference Center
University of San Francisco

Join the University of San Francisco as it hosts District Attorney George Gascón in conversation with former California State Senator Art Torres (Ret.), J.D. In celebration of National Latino Heritage Month and Constitution Day, District Attorney Gascón will share his personal story, reflect on his career, and the moments that have defined his leadership as the nation’s first Police Chief to become a District Attorney, and as former Assistant Chief at the Los Angeles Police Department, Chief of Police in Mesa, Arizona and Chief of Police in San Francisco.

The day of the event, the presentation will be streamed live starting at 4:30 PM. Free parking will be available for event participants in the upper and lower levels of the Koret Parking Lot at the southwest corner of Turk and Parker. Click here for: transit options and directions. For more information please call 415.422.2821 or visit our website.

Event Sponsors:

Office of Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach
Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Services and the Common Good
USF School of Law
Office of Strategic Enrollment Management

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