December 13, 2019 | PRESS RELEASE

The SVO Hosts a Conversation on Healthcare Initiatives

in Santa Clara County with Supervisor Susan Ellenberg


San José, CA – The silicon valley organization (The SVO) invites members of the media to attend an event we are hosting in partnership with Kaiser Permanente featuring Santa Clara County Board Supervisor Susan Ellenberg to discuss new county initiatives aimed at addressing mental and behavioral health issues throughout Santa Clara County.

The event is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente and will also feature comments from Kaiser Permanente’s Senior Vice President and Area Manager, Irene Chavez.

The event will be hosted in the Chamber Boardroom in The SVO located at 101 W. Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113 from 8:00am to 9:00am.

Below is a schedule of the program:

·        8:00am: Breakfast & Networking

·        8:30am: Program Begins

o  Introduction by Irene Chavez, Senior Vice President and Area Manager, Kaiser Permanente

o  Presentation by Supervisor Susan Ellenberg

o  Q&A with Supervisor Ellenberg

·        9:00am: Program Concludes

Members of the media are invited to cover the event and the discussion on the future of healthcare policies, programs and services in Santa Clara County.

For more information, contact Mason Fong, Director of Public Policy Communications, at(650) 773-8623 or

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