The Incline’s 2018 Who’s Next: Politics Class

Katie Phillips Active + Engaged Residents, Advocacy, Board Chair, Diverse + Connected Region, Featured Advocacy

Who’s Next: Politics 2018 – The Incline’s third class of young political leaders

The Incline is celebrating their third class of young leaders who are making a difference in Pittsburgh through politics. These 25 amazing individuals are involved in everything from policymaking to campaigning to running for office themselves.

We at PUMP are excited to see our Board Chair, Arthur Pang, recognized as part of this class for his role as Government Affairs and PPG PAC Manager at PPG, his work at PUMP as Board Chair, his role as a commissioner of the Allegheny County Human Relations Commission, and his role as a board member of both the Kelly Strayhorn Theater and the Women & Girls Foundation.

Learn about all of the incredible honorees here.

You can also join The Incline in celebrating the 2018 Who’s Next: Politics class at a happy hour on Nov. 28 from 5:30-7:30 PM at One Oxford Center. Tickets are available to the public for $25.