Former POTUS Bill Clinton shows no signs of slowing down, especially in light of the pending election. Clinton keynoted the Democratic Party’s convention in Grand Forks, ND over the weekend, and will likely have more Party campaign appearances in the coming months.
Some 6,000 North Dakotans got to see and hear Clinton on the dais as he spoke to the state’s minority Democratic Party. It’s no surprise that all reporters covering the convention praised Bill Clinton’s speaking performance. Were you there? If so, leave your personal notes and review in the comments area below.
Readers got a heads-up last month on Bill Clinton’s speaking engagement at the Stratz Center for Performing Arts tomorrow in Tampa, Florida where he will talk about “Embracing Our Common Humanity.” The theme is common to his 2012 speaking tours thus far.
Up Next for Bill Clinton
The end of March marks the closing sessions of the 5th annual meeting of Clinton’s CGI University, and on the 31st, Bill Clinton will address the young crowd of CGI U members at George Washington University and announce the winner of the Commitments Challenge. The challenge posed is for members to create and commit to ideas for positive change within their college community, and the world. You can still vote for your favorite commitment ideas at the CGI U website.
In April, the Sustainable Operations Summit will convene at the Hilton Hotel in New York City where Clinton will be one of a dozen featured guest speakers. The Summit takes place over 3 days, from April 17 – April 19th, and Clinton will be a keynote speaker.
Also on April 17th, in the president’s hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, Clinton will keynote the Arkansas Arts Summit. How the former President can be in 2 places at the same time is likely a feat of modernized travel as well as the product of scheduling mayhem. One venue may have to patiently await Clinton’s arrival from the other, which only means it’ll be well worth the wait!