San Fernando Valley Professional Development Group Meeting

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San Fernando Valley Professional Development Group Meeting

June 20 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

- Free

SCMA’s San Fernando Valley Professional Development Group next will meet on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, starting at 6:15 p.m.  The meeting is hosted per usual by PDG Leader Jim Cameron at his home in Encino (17605 Tarzana Street, Encino, CA 91316-3743).  Ample street parking is available starting at 6 p.m.  New members and guests are welcome as well as SCMA long-timers.   The PDG meetings provide a great opportunity to meet and interact with new colleagues, as well as keep current with SCMA’s many ongoing programs and activities.  Many of our “regulars” are seasoned veterans in the mediation community who share their wisdom about practice development most generously.  RSVPs are appreciated — please contact Jim either via e-mail,, or by phone, 818-406-3405.  Munchies and potables provided for all attendees.  We hope to welcome some new friends as well as renew conversations with “PDG regulars.”


June 20
6:15 pm - 8:30 pm
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Jim Cameron


Home of Jim Cameron
17605 Tarzana Street
Encino, 91436 United States
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(310) 490-6804

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