At the last Hourglass forum, Thomas Friedman stated that change is no longer linear and comfortable. It’s happening so fast that change can’t keep up with the change. Technology-driven change can be disruptive, challenging, and exciting. This Hourglass forum will feature eight future-making presenters providing fresh insights into the dramatic effects change will have on lives in Lancaster County, from medicine to agriculture to schools to the workplace. And, they will share their optimism for the future.
Allyson Gibson will speak on behalf of the Lancaster Clean Water Partners. With a session title of “No Water, No Beer”, Allyson will take a creative approach for discussing the importance of clean water and how we can have clean and clear water in a generation.
Tickets are $40 per person. To purchase a ticket, please contact the Hourglass at (717) 295-0755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.