PCDP Chair Don Jorgensen at DGT

When:
November 24, 2014 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
2014-11-24T12:00:00-07:00
2014-11-24T13:30:00-07:00
Where:
Dragon's View restaurant
400 North Bonita Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85745
USA
Cost:
$8.50 buffet includes tax/tip; $2.50 for drink only
Contact:
Andrea Kennedy
Dr. Don Jorgensen

Dr. Don Jorgensen

Dr. DON JORGENSON, Pima County Democratic Party Chairman – “Democratic Wins and Losses in the General Election – What Happened??”

DGT Board Nominations for 2015

Donald G. Jorgensen, Ph.D., CEAP

 Donald G. Jorgensen, Ph.D., CEAP is the owner of Human Factor Consulting and Executive Consultant to the Jorgensen/Brooks Group of Tucson, Arizona. (USA). Dr. Jorgensen provides customized leadership development, conflict management and corporate training worldwide.

 Don’s known for his humor and a straight-forward style as an international speaker and consultant, and has been interviewed in the US, Europe and China on workplace alcohol & drug issues and crisis response.

 Don has established and consulted with national addiction treatment programs and Employee Assistance Programs for over 30 years. He has authored numerous articles and books used worldwide, covering such topics as Children of Alcoholics and Workplace Violence Prevention.  He has twice been named Arizona EAP Professional of the Year (the award has been renamed in his honor).

 Dr. Jorgensen is past president of the international Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Greater Tucson Leadership and the Rotary Club of Marana.

Political Notes:

·         Chair, Pima County Democratic Party 2013 – present

·         LD 26 Chair, 2009-2011

·         Former candidate for Arizona House of Representatives, 2008

·         State Committee Member,  2006 – present

·         Precinct Committeeperson, 2006 – present

·         Helped pass first Arizona law to impact fetal alcohol syndrome

·         Graduate, Center for Progressive Leadership

One response to “PCDP Chair Don Jorgensen at DGT

  1. Chair Dr. Jorgensen spoke of the national “red tide” that swept across the country, though Pima County Dems voted at 55% (2nd highest in the state). He also spoke of the Dem loss in LD 2 House, the win in LD 9 House, the current situation in CD 2 (Congressman Barber filed a federal lawsuit to have more ballots counted). Jorgensen also stated that “paid media” triumphed over “earned media/journalist reports which accounted for the Republican wins statewide. Side note: DGT donated almost $2,000 to the Community Food Bank drive for Thanksgiving.

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