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Video from the 2017 PBL Christmas Lunch with Larry Anderson

December 18, 2017

Thank you to Doug Crane for providing PBL with video from our 2017 Christmas Luncheon at the Convention Center.

 

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Register now for the 31st Annual PBL Christmas Lunch, Wednesday Dec. 13, 2017

November 16, 2017

Join us for the 31st Annual Christmas

Portland Business Lunch

Speaker: Larry Anderson

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 13, 11:45-1:15 pm

Location: Portland Ballroom, Oregon Convention Center

Purchase tables & tickets now to reserve your seat!

Keynote: Larry Anderson

Larry Anderson is a retired Portland police officer who grew up in Northeast Portland and primarily worked in his North/Northeast community as a patrolman for twenty-eight years. He has been married to Renee for thirty years and they have two children –  daughter Kenya and son Kaleb.

He is a founding member of a racial reconciliation movement in Portland known as the Friday Morning Men’s Group, and recently took on the role of President and CEO of Friday Group Enterprises, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting business relationships in communities of color.

Adopted at birth, Larry’s parents brought him up as a member of Allen Temple CME Church where he served as an altar boy and sang in the youth choir. He was a superb athlete in grade school (his Sabin Bomber sports teams were city champions every year from fifth to eighth grade) and excelled on the basketball court in high school – first at Jefferson and then Grant. He earned a scholarship to a small college in Spokane where his team was named to the school’s Hall of Fame.

In addition to his years of community service as an officer on the street, Larry worked on the Gang Enforcement Team, ultimately rising to the level of a national and regional speaker focusing on the prevention of youth violence.

 

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Eastside PBL Lunch with Bob Mumford 11/15/17

November 9, 2017

BobMumfordHeadshotJoin us Wednesday, November 15 from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm to hear from guest speaker Bob Mumford.

Bob worked in the for-profit world for 28 years before losing his job in May, 2016. He served a member of the Oregon Legislature during the 2017 legislative session and helped coordinate the Oregon Prayer Breakfast. He has also been a Young Life leader for high school and middle school kids for 29 years.

Currently Bob is Vice President for the National Christian Foundation in Portland, has been married to Beth for 26 years, has 22 & 20-year old sons and a 17-year-old daughter.

 

Please register today for the luncheon at this link.

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Combined October 25th Luncheon with Speaker Jesse Jackson

October 17, 2017
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(Jesse Jackson at the 2016 annual Christmas luncheon)
As we begin to enjoy the change in seasons, we’re also looking forward to a change to this month’s lunch.
We’re combining our eastside group with our downtown group not only to enjoy each other’s company, but to focus our time together in preparation for our annual Christmas lunch.
Our speaker Jesse Jackson was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, received his Bachelor’s degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University and for the last 8 years worked for Raimore Construction as General Manager.
More recently, Jesse has been co-hosting the monthly eastside lunches for the past 6 years and has taken an active role in our annual Christmas lunch program.
He and his wife Rachael have three children: Jesse, Jacob and, Joy.
We will be meeting in the lower lounge at The University Club.
1225 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204
Invite a friend and register today. We look forward to seeing you.
Seating is limited so we highly encourage your $25.00 pre-registration
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Save the Date for the 31st Annual PBL Christmas Lunch, Wednesday Dec. 13, 2017

October 9, 2017

Join us for the 31st Annual Christmas

Portland Business Lunch

Speaker: Larry Anderson

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 13, 11:45-1:15 pm

Location: Portland Ballroom, Oregon Convention Center

Purchase tables & tickets now to reserve your spot

Keynote: Larry Anderson

Larry Anderson is a retired Portland police officer who grew up in Northeast Portland and primarily worked in his North/Northeast community as a patrolman for twenty-eight years. He has been married to Renee for thirty years and they have two children –  daughter Kenya and son Kaleb.

He is a founding member of a racial reconciliation movement in Portland known as the Friday Morning Men’s Group, and recently took on the role of President and CEO of Friday Group Enterprises, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting business relationships in communities of color.

Adopted at birth, Larry’s parents brought him up as a member of Allen Temple CME Church where he served as an altar boy and sang in the youth choir. He was a superb athlete in grade school (his Sabin Bomber sports teams were city champions every year from fifth to eighth grade) and excelled on the basketball court in high school – first at Jefferson and then Grant. He earned a scholarship to a small college in Spokane where his team was named to the school’s Hall of Fame.

In addition to his years of community service as an officer on the street, Larry worked on the Gang Enforcement Team, ultimately rising to the level of a national and regional speaker focusing on the prevention of youth violence.

 

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Scott Landis to be Downtown Guest Speaker for PBL, Wednesday Sept. 27

September 22, 2017

Scott LandisJoin the women and men of Portland Business Luncheons Wednesday Sept. 27 at 11:45 am-1:15pm at the University Club to hear from guest speaker Scott Landis.

Scott has been an entrepreneur since 2001, with industry experience in financial services, marketing, and investing. He also built a successful business coaching practice and led a thriving CEO Roundtable Forum.

With a degree in Psychology, as well as expertise in group dynamics, strategic planning, sales systems, financial strategies, and predictable marketing methods, Scott is well positioned to coach a business leader through any challenge or opportunity.

In addition, Scott has marriage coach training, and can help couples in business find the highest level of personal satisfaction of life and business together.

Happily married to his high school sweetheart and best friend, Tawnya, they are raising three children: Skyler, Allie, and Brynna. He’s a voracious reader of titles on business, leadership, management, investing, real estate, theology, philosophy and spirituality. Loves music, playing the guitar and piano.

As a side note, Scott enjoys P90X, snowboarding, traveling the world as a family, nachos and playing with the kids. He also loves teaching entrepreneurship all over the world with his family’s favorite non-profit organization, Nehemiah Project.

RSVP and Register at this link

Address to the University Club of Portland
1225 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204

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Nate Moreland to be Eastside Guest Speaker, Sept. 20th

September 13, 2017
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You are invited to join us for lunch on September 20th to hear guest speaker Nate Moreland.
Nate was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, attended Jackson High School where he played football and ran track.
In 1979, he was named all-state in football. He attended the University of Oregon on a track scholarship and in 1980 and 1981 qualified for the PAC-10 championships in the 100 meters, 200 meters, the 4 X 100 meter relay, and the mile relay.

Nate graduated with a B.S. degree from the University of Oregon in 1981.

In 1984 he qualified for the Olympic trials in the 100 meter and 400 meter events.
He is a the owner of Life Improving Fitness Training and Speed (LIFTS) and holds SPARQ, APEX and ACE certifications.
This will be a fun and inspirational lunch and a great opportunity to hear from a individual who is so passionate about sports and fitness.
Invite a friend and register today. Click here.
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LOCATION 
 
Friday morning group space
Old Café next to North Precinct
449 NE Emerson St., Portland, OR 97211 
  
Registration is required and cost of lunch is $22.00.
REGISTER HERE