California Governor Gavin Newsom and First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom will be in Los Angeles County on Wednesday for the National Governors Association (NGA) Winter Meeting.
The NGA is a bipartisan organization of the nation’s governors, and the Winter Meeting is an annual event that brings together governors from across the country to discuss pressing issues and develop strategies to address them. This year’s meeting will focus on the economy, workforce development, public health, and other topics of national importance.
Governor Newsom and First Partner Siebel Newsom will be participating in several events during the meeting. On Wednesday, they will join other governors and first partners for a discussion on the economy and workforce development. They will also participate in a panel on public health and a roundtable on the opioid crisis.
The Governor and First Partner will also be taking part in a special roundtable on the issue of homelessness. This roundtable will focus on how to address the growing homelessness crisis in California and other states.
The Governor and First Partner will also be participating in a series of events throughout Los Angeles County. On Thursday, they will visit the University of Southern California to discuss the importance of higher education and the role of universities in preparing students for the workforce. They will also visit a local homeless shelter to discuss the issue of homelessness and how to address it.
Finally, Governor Newsom and First Partner Siebel Newsom will be attending a special reception at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. At this event, they will be joined by other governors and first partners to discuss the importance of science and the role of museums in educating the public.
The NGA Winter Meeting is an important opportunity for Governor Newsom and First Partner Siebel Newsom to discuss important issues with other governors and first partners from across the country. By taking part in the events and activities throughout Los Angeles County, they will be able to gain valuable insight into the issues facing California and other states.