A Conversation with Chasten Buttigieg

Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 6:00pm09/17/2020 6:00pm 09/17/2020 6:00pm A Conversation with Chasten Buttigieg

On Thursday, September 17 at 6pm ET, join IOP Fall Fellow Chasten Buttigieg, Author, I Have Something to Tell You, and LGBTQ+ Advocate in conversation with Betsy Hodges, Mayor of Minneapolis, MN (2014 – 2018) and IOP Resident Fellow S‘18.

Buttigieg serves as a Fall Fellow where he leads a study group focused on finding your voice and path in public service. Over the past year, as a middle-school drama and humanities teacher, Buttigieg traveled cross-country in support of the presidential campaign of his husband, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg ‘04. Long before his travels to big cities and small towns, Buttigieg was growing up gay in a small Midwestern town in rural Michigan. In his recent memoir, he shares how he overcame numerous obstacles on his journey to finding acceptance as a gay man and recounts his process of coming to his family, friends, community, and the world. 
 

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On Thursday, September 17 at 6pm ET, join IOP Fall Fellow Chasten Buttigieg, Author, I Have Something to Tell You, and LGBTQ+ Advocate in conversation with Betsy Hodges, Mayor of Minneapolis, MN (2014 – 2018) and IOP Resident Fellow S‘18.

Buttigieg serves as a Fall Fellow where he leads a study group focused on finding your voice and path in public service. Over the past year, as a middle-school drama and humanities teacher, Buttigieg traveled cross-country in support of the presidential campaign of his husband, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg ‘04. Long before his travels to big cities and small towns, Buttigieg was growing up gay in a small Midwestern town in rural Michigan. In his recent memoir, he shares how he overcame numerous obstacles on his journey to finding acceptance as a gay man and recounts his process of coming to his family, friends, community, and the world. 

Hodges served as the 47th mayor of Minneapolis (2014 – 2018). Among key initiatives of her administration were: creating a Zero Waste Minneapolis, her Cradle to K Cabinet, improving police-community relations, helping small businesses thrive, and launching the city’s successful efforts to raise the minimum wage and mandate sick leave for all workers.

RSVP by 1pm on Thursday, September 17