The Future of our City--meet the Mayoral candidates
October 8, 2021 with David Mann and Aftab Pureval
Taft Center on the second floor of the US Bank Tower overlooking Fountain Square
Program 12:15-1:30 pm.
Moderator Mansi Mehan
Come meet this year's mayoral candidates, David Mann, COL '61, HLS '68 and Aftab Pureval to hear about their plans for the future of our city and region. We will have a moderated discussion with time for candidates to speak followed by questions from the audience.
Our moderator, Mansi Mehan, is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion professional at Amazon, and she is currently based in Cincinnati. Previously, Mansi led the Programme Management Office at the United Nations Population Fund, driven by a passion for gender equality and women's empowerment. In addition to being a proud graduate from the Ohio State University, she has an MBA from the George Washington University and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School.
Check out the candidates at their websites below.
You can attend in person or remotely via Zoom.
RSVP to hold your spot and allow us to contact you should anything in the program change.
In response to current high community spread of Delta, we are dividing the lunch and the program. Lunch starts at 11:45 am. We ask that you space yourselves out at the tables provided to eat. The program with our speakers will begin at 12:15 pm in a separate room. Chairs will be spaced for a maximum room capacity of 50. If you come with a guest(s), you may group chairs in a pod.
Masks: Taft requires anyone unvaccinated to wear a mask indoors. The Harvard Club asks that everyone wear a mask for the program, following Harvard University guidelines (moderator and speakers excepted). Please bring your own or pick one up at the door.
About the Taft Center
Located on the second floor of the US Bank Tower, the 7,000-square-foot Taft Center serves as a meeting and conference site, as well as a reception space for networking events and mixers hosted by Taft clients and guests. Longtime residents of downtown Cincinnati, Taft and its clients and other stakeholders can enjoy “front porch” city views as they partake in meetings, seminars, social events and community causes. In fact, the firm’s own involvement in civic and community organizations helped inspire the multi-purpose space.
Thank you to Taft for partnering with the Harvard Club of Cincinnati to present this important community program.