Convos with Congress
Date and Time
Thursday Apr 6, 2023
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
Sinclair College in Mason
Building B - Community Room
5380 Courseview Drive
Mason, OH 45040
Exclusive to MADE Chamber Members at no cost
Sidney Hayes - (513) 336-0125
Like Coffee & Conversation but after hours. The Mason Deerfield Chamber, in partnership with the Government Affairs Executive Council, is inviting local business leaders in for a conversation with Southwest Ohio Congressman Greg Landsman. The event will provide MADE Chamber members a seat at the table to discuss issues impacting the MADE region and other topics of interest with Congressman Landsman. Space is limited for this event, registration is required.
Congressman Greg Landsman
Representative Greg Landsman is a father and husband who is proud to call Southwest Ohio home.
Before joining the U.S. House of Representatives in 2023, Greg served on the Cincinnati City Council for five years where he led investments in public safety and core services. Greg also led the effort to establish the City of Cincinnati’s first-ever Office of Ethics and Good Government as well as the Balanced Development Scorecard to increase trust in local government and transparency in the development process.
Greg has spent his entire career advocating for children and families, especially those most marginalized. Prior to his time in elected office, Greg was a public school teacher and worked in education advocacy as the Executive Director of the Strive Partnership.
Greg also served as the Director of Faith-based and Community Initiatives under former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland. There, he led Ohio’s efforts to help local churches and synagogues provide education and food programs in their communities.
A pragmatic leader, Greg has a long history of working with broad, bipartisan coalitions to get good, meaningful things done. In 2016, Greg led a successful ballot measure to pass the Cincinnati Preschool Promise, a program which provides two years of quality preschool education for every three- and four-year-old in Cincinnati. In 2018, he built a coalition of Democrats, Republicans, labor organizations, business leaders, and community members to pass the largest investment in transportation and infrastructure in Hamilton County’s history.
Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from Ohio University and a master’s degree in Theology from Harvard University. Greg and his wife, Sarah, live in Cincinnati with their two children, Maddie and Elijah.