Commissioner Susheela Jayapal

BIPOC Speaker Series

Free Community Event! Join us for our next Women’s BIPOC SPEAKER SERIES EVENT with Commissioner Susheela Jayapal.

Thursday, February 9 at 7:00 pm at Mary’s Woods in the Dunn Community Center — Cascadia Hall | 17520 Mesnard Street, Lake Oswego

Commissioner Susheela Jayapal has proudly served as District 2 Multnomah County Commissioner since January 2019. Born in India, she came to the United States to attend college. An Oregonian since 1994, Susheela has lived in Northeast Portland for over 25 years. Susheela is a lawyer whose last legal job was as General Counsel for adidas America. She also spent two decades as a volunteer community leader/advocate for a number of different community-based organizations including Oregon Community Foundation, All Hands Raised, Literary Arts, CASA, Planned Parenthood, and Metropolitan Family Service. We look forward to Commissioner Jayapal sharing her story and passions with us.

Women's BIPOC Speaker Series

Live Streaming: *provided by West Linn Library*
Parking: Enter Mary’s Woods on Holy Names Drive. Take your first left into the large parking lot. Drop-off location in front of the Dunn Community Center on Mesnard.
Save the Date: March 23, the final event of the 22 – 23 speaker series with Tracey Lam, APR.

BIPOC Series Partners:
African American Women of Lake Oswego
City of Lake Oswego
Friends of Lake Oswego Public Library
Lake Oswego Public Library
LO for Love
Respond to Racism
West Linn Alliance
West Linn Public Library

BIPOC Series Flyer