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Join Mark Glaze ’92, CC alum and former Executive Director of the bi-partisan coalition Everytown for Gun Safety, for a lunch session titled “From CC to Fighting for Gun Control”. Mark has a degree in Political Economy from CC and a JD from George Washington University Law School. He’s also the son of a licensed gun dealer and NRA member. According to the Wall Street Journal, after the Sandy Hook mass shooting, he became “the face of the gun control movement.”
Prior to beginning his consulting practice in June 2014, Mark – the son of a licensed gun dealer and NRA member – served as Executive Director of Everytown for Gun Safety, a bipartisan group chaired by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Under his leadership, the coalition grew from eight full-time employees to more than 80, and from 450 mayors to more than 1,000 from 46 states. The mayors were joined by more than 2 million grassroots supporters and 2,000 grass tops advocate-lobbyists, including gun owners, law enforcement officers, gun violence and domestic abuse survivors, faith leaders and educators.
Where? Tutt Library 238
When? 12:15pm on April 9
RSVP? Yes – RSVP to the Career Center
This event is part of this semester’s Executive in Residence Series.
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