A limited series sponsored by
​​​​​​​NiSource Charitable Foundation | Columbia Gas A NiSource Company

New Americans in Our Economy

About The Webinar

The economic divide between the New American community and the native-born is tremendous. According to a recent study, immigrant households in Columbus earn almost 25% less than native-born households, with over 155,000 new Americans calling the Columbus region home. The Columbus Chamber Foundation is partnering with Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) and Jewish Family Services to uncover and address some of the contributing factors to this disparity. With the generous support of NiSource Charitable Foundation | Columbia Gas A NiSource Company, we are happy to bring you a quarterly series dedicated to discussion and solutions. 

 - Columbus Chamber Member: Free
 - Non-Member: $15.00

Join us for this limited virtual series on Thursday, February 11, 2021, at 8:30 am.

​​​​​​​Registration fees are considered non-refundable. This is a ticketless event. An electronic reminder will be sent with full details prior to the event.

  • How businesses can better understand the distinction between refugees and immigrants, and the accompanying visas and immigration documents required to work in the United States.

  • Kelly Fuller

    Workforce Development Director | Columbus Chamber Foundation

  • Tariq Mohamed

    Director of Refugee Social Services | Jewish Family Services

  • Tara Dhungana

    Employment Services Program Manager | Community Refugee and Immigration Service (CRIS)

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