Mr. Kenneth Sparks, Vice President of the Federal City Council in Washington D.C. visited Bulgaria on September 30, 2004 on invitation of the Mayor of Sofia and the Center for the Study of Democracy. He held talks with the Mayor on how to enhance Sofia’s economy and delivered a lecture on public-private partnership in municipal development to the Sofia Economic Council.
Mr. Sparks shared the experience of the Federal City Council, a prestigious association of 200 top business, professional and civic leaders involved in many activities designed to enhance the U.S. Capital. Over the years, the Council has assisted in bringing to fruition such projects as the METRO, Union Station, the Convention Center and the Ronald Reagan World Trade Center. The Council was instrumental in bringing the MCI Center to Washington, DC. The Council has also been active in education reform, public finance, housing, and criminal justice matters.
Mr. Kenneth Sparks biographical data
Mayor Sofianski visit to the Federal City Council in Washington D.C.
The launch of Sofia Economic Council