High Desert Survey Live Stream Focuses on the Findings of 13,047± Resident Responses.
Up to 10,000 expected for the online streaming event focused on change.
Victorville, Calif., September 25, 2020 /Klete LLC/ — The High Desert Survey announced today that it will be streaming live on Facebook and YouTube, articulating the findings of a survey conducted in the High Desert (Mojave River Valley) region in 2019. The event will be full of presentations, information and actionable items for residents to get involved on Sunday, October 4 at 11:00am.
“People keep saying, I love the High Desert, but there are a lot of issues that need to be taken care of,” said Dr. Barbara Sirotnik. “Are the issues unique to the High Desert? No, but it’s important that the community comes together…to solve the issues.”
This livestream will showcase the findings from the responses of 13,047± High Desert residents.The presentation will be moderated by Mr. Joseph W. Brady, of the Bradco Companies. In addition, this livestream will showcase the work of Dr. Barbara Sirotnik, a Professor of Statistics, Business Analytics, and Supply Chain Management as well as Dr. John Husing. Dr. Husing is a Ph.D.economist and has studied Southern California’s growing economy for five decades.
The live stream presentation via social media hopes to have 10,000 or more participants from the High Desert (Mojave River Valley) region. The Strategy Report that will clearly articulate what our region needs to do in order to turn the High Desert’s issues around, and to also point out what will happen if we do not take action.
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