ZMSD Town Hall Meeting feat. Dylan Ratigan

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When:
6:30pm - 10pm PDT Friday, April 26 2013
Where:
Joyce Beers Center, 3900 Vermont, San Diego
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Submitted by:
Jedediah on Apr 12, 2013
Description:

Join us for a town hall style event featuring a presentation by former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan. Also presenting at this event- Michael Hanes, Gino Montessi and Will Chino. After the last presentation there will be a Q&A period with Dylan and members of ZMSD. Seating is first come, first serve. Doors at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

This is a FREE event

Dylan Ratigan is a New York Times Best-Selling author, sustainability investor and entrepreneur and the former host of MSNBC's highest-rated, non-prime time show, The Dylan Ratigan Show, on MSNBC.

Dylan is currently Partner and Director of National Development for ArchisAcres LLC, a veteran-led, organic hydroponic farming network that uses 90% less water and produces 3 times as much produce as traditional farms. ArchisAcres is part of a larger project for Dylan to invest his time and money in enterprises that create good American jobs and resolve core community challenges of food, energy, health, learning and infrastructure.

Prior to his 3 years at MSNBC, Dylan spend 6 years at CNBC, where he created "Fast Money," co-hosted "The Closing Bell", and was outspoken about the financial crisis leading up to his resignation in 2009.

Before joining NBC in 2003, Dylan spent nine years at Bloomberg LP, serving as Global Managing Editor for Corporate Finance. Ratigan established the global group for the first time in Bloom berg's history, in the process consolidating and supervising more than 120 reporters in more than 30 countries over 10 time zones.

Greedy Bastards was released in January, 2012, spending five consecutive weeks on the New York Times Best Seller List. The book connects misaligned personal interests with misaligned systems, arguing that a critique of broken systems must also deliver a healing of our own relationships to create a foundation for natural, sustainable reforms.

Dylan can be found on the web at www. DylanRatigan.com and on twitter
@dylanratigan.Archisacres .com and veteransforamerica.us are his current enterprises.


ArchisAcres LLC was founded in 2005 by 3-tour Marine Veteran Colin Archipley and his wife Karen.