Jimmy Flannigan, Austin City Council District 6
COVID: Where we are and (maybe) where we're going
Council Member Flannigan will review the latest findings from medical experts, the steps the city of Austin is taking, and what steps may be coming next.
About our speaker
Austin City Council Member Jimmy Flannigan was sworn in to serve the people of Austin City Council District 6 on January 6, 2017. As a small business owner and community advocate, he brings over a decade of experience in service and leadership to his northwest constituents and the council dais.
He first moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas, where he launched his small business, Site Street, building websites for student organizations. While pursuing his education, he moved to NW Austin. His experiences as a small business owner led him to a lifetime of advocacy. He expanded his civic interests to work on traffic solutions, pedestrian safety, and raising the level of civic engagement in Northwest Austin.
He has served as president of the Austin Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and regional chair of the national organization, as member of the Austin Chamber’s Transportation Committee, and as co-founder and lead organizer of the Northwest Austin Coalition which launched the successful Anderson Mill Road Corridor Study, resulting in funding to fix the highly congested road.
As an elected official, he reaffirms his commitment to results over ideology and partisan politics. He currently serves on the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Policy Board (CAMPO), Economic Development District Board, and Area Council of Governments Clean Air Coalition Subcommittee, as well as Vice Chair of the Austin Mobility Committee, among other appointments. He brings his unique perspective on a number of issues facing Austin and Central Texas today.
We are currently meeting via Zoom!
When you register, you will be emailed the Zoom login info (which is different for each meeting) and can use your computer, tablet or phone to access. You do not need to download anything to participate. You need to be logged into your MBC account to register.
You are able to call in without video, but the best way to use Zoom, is to have your camera on and show your face. It will give you the greatest sense of connection and you'll have the best experience with it this way.
- Breakout rooms for networking in small groups
- Introductions & Announcements
- Have a wonderful Wednesday!
A few brief pointers:
- Create a free Zoom account before the meeting (you will not need to purchase anything to participate in our Zoom meetings.
- Log on about a minute or so before the session begins to get your bearings.
- Try and be in a quiet room and mute yourself if there is background noise unless you are speaking.
We look forward to seeing you!