WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta today announced two roundtables, one to discuss trade and commerce with Granite State business leaders and the other to discuss New Hampshire’s mental health system. The first will occur next Friday, May 8th, and the second will occur on Monday, May 11.
“Hosting regular roundtables are vital for receiving as many perspectives as possible to help me devise legislative solutions to improve our state and our country. I look forward to hearing from New Hampshire’s business leaders, as well as joining forces with Congresswoman Annie Kuster to bring together mental health experts, healthcare leaders and more to discuss two very important issues – business growth in New Hampshire and reforming our mental health system to best reflect the needs of individuals and their families affected by mental illnesses.”
Both roundtables are invite only. Members of the press are invited to attend and are encouraged to RSVP to Danielle Adams at email@example.com.
COMMERCE AND TRADE ROUNDTABLE
WHAT: Congressman Guinta hosts Commerce and Trade Roundtable.
WHO: This event is invite only. Approximately 30 New Hampshire business leaders, including representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and the New Hampshire Business Industry Association, will be in attendance.
WHERE: Medtronic, 180 International Drive, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
WHEN: Friday, May 8th from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
MENTAL HEALTH ROUNDTABLE
WHAT: Congressman Guinta hosts Mental Health Roundtable.
WHO: This event is invite only. Congresswoman Annie Kuster (D-NH) will be in attendance to discuss mental health policies which affect so many Granite State families. Healthcare providers, medical professionals, mental health advocates, family advocates and local officials will also be in attendance.
WHERE: UNH School of Law, Concord, New Hampshire.
WHEN: Monday, May 11th from 9 a.m. to noon.