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8th Annual Regional Economic Forum

8th Annual Regional Economic Forum

When:
March 1, 2019 @ 7:10 am – 12:15 pm
2019-03-01T07:10:00-08:00
2019-03-01T12:15:00-08:00
Where:
Villa Ragusa
35 S 2nd St
Campbell
CA 95008
Contact:
Shannon De Atley-Johnson, Special Events Director

Friday, March 1, 2019 from 7:10 am to 12:15 pm 

Villa Ragusa

The Silicon Valley Regional Economic Forum is one of 16 regional forums in the state of California held in the spring to help identify the economic competitiveness issues of the region. The results are funneled up to a Capitol Day Statewide Summit to identify key issues facing the state, and to streamline legislation for the most pressing.

 

 

 


FEATURED SPEAKERS 

Education & the Workforce: Pathways to Careers
Mary Papazian, President, SJSU
Laura Giuo, P-tech program, IBM
David Bini, Executive Director, Santa Clara & San Benito Counties Building & Construction Trade Council
Ro Khanna, Congressman, US House of Representatives
Dr. Hilaria Bauer, Superintendent, Alum Rock Union School District

 

Closing the Gap: Equal Access to Opportunities and Living Wages
Manny Barbara, Adviser to CEO, Silicon Valley Education Foundation
Bob Nunez, Superintendent, Evergreen Unified School District
Ash Kalra, Assembly Labor Committee Chair, State of California
Tovi Scruggs, Regional Executive Director, Partners in School Innovation
Bob Alvarado, Executive Officer,  Northern California Carpenters Regional Council

 

Building Communities that Last & New Urbanism
Michael Van Every, President & Managing Partner, Republic Urban Properties
Chris Neale, Executive Vice President, The Core Companies
Teresa Alvarado, San Jose Director, SPUR
Nuria Fernandez, General Manager & Chief Executive Officer, VTA
Pilar Lorenzana, Principal Regional Planner, MTC

 

Housing Solutions for Bay Area Families
Cindy Chavez, Supervisor, Santa Clara County
Scott Wiener, Senator, State of California
Sam Liccardo, Mayor, City of San Jose
Candice Gonzalez, Chief Housing Officer & Managing Director, Sand Hill Property Company
Marico Sayoc, Councilmember, Town of Los Gatos
Doug McDonald, Chief Operating Officer, SummerHill Apartment Communities


AGENDA

7:10 am:            Continental Breakfast and Networking

8:00 am:             Welcome

8:10 am:             Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project Presentation

8:30 am:             Panel 1 – Education & the Workforce: Pathways to Careers

9:15 am:             Audience Voting

9:20 am:            Panel 2 – Closing the Gap: Equal Access to Opportunities and Living Wages

10:00 am:          Audience Voting

10:05 am:          Power Break

10:25 am:          Panel 3 – Building Communities that Last/New Urbanism

11:10 am:          Audience Voting

11:15 am:          Panel 4 – Housing Solutions for Bay Area Families

12:00 pm:         Audience Voting

12:05 pm:         Co-host Partner Thank You

12:15 pm:          Closing


LOGISTICS

Friday, March 1

7:10am-8:00am Registration and Networking

8:00am-12:15pm Program

Villa Ragusa, 35 S. 2nd St., Campbell, CA 95008

 


TICKETS

The Silicon Valley Leadership Group does not issue refunds.

 


SPONSORS

*For sponsorship questions, please contact our Special Events Director at sjohnson@svlg.org


PARTNERS

 

NOTICE: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BY ATTENDING THIS EVENT, YOU CONSENT TO YOUR VOICE, NAME, AND/OR LIKENESS BEING USED, WITHOUT COMPENSATION, IN ANY AND ALL MEDIA, WHETHER NOW KNOWN OR HEREAFTER DEVISED, IN PERPETUITY. YOU RELEASE THE SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP AND SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION, ITS SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS AND LICENSEES FROM ANY POTENTIAL LIABILITY.

 


SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES

Co-Title Sponsor $20,000

  • Company tables with VIP seating for 20 at the event
  • Recognition benefits include your logo prominently displayed on: event banners, digital & print marketing materials, event program, slide deck during event, microphone flags and podium signs; as well as newspaper advertisements in the Mercury and Chronicle (if applicable before deadline)
  • Acknowledged and thanked during program
  • Stage role
  • Opportunity to provide mugs for panelists

Plenary Sponsor $10,000

  • Company tables with VIP seating for 10 at the event
  • Recognition benefits include your logo prominently displayed on: event banners, digital & print marketing materials, event program and slide deck during event; as well as newspaper advertisements in the Mercury and Chronicle (if applicable before deadline)
  • Acknowledged and thanked during program

Co-breakfast Sponsor $7,500

  • Company table with seating for 10 at the event
  • Recognition benefits include your logo displayed on: event banner in breakfast area, digital & print marketing materials, event program and slide deck during event; as well as newspaper advertisements in the Mercury and Chronicle (if applicable before deadline)
  • Acknowledged and thanked during program

 

Power Break Sponsor $5,000

  • Company table with seating for 10 at the event
  • Recognition benefits include your logo displayed on: event banner in break area, digital & print marketing materials, event program and slide deck during event; as well as newspaper advertisements in the Mercury and Chronicle (if applicable before deadline)
  • Acknowledged and thanked during program

 

Supporter $1,500

  • Company table with seating for 10 at the event
  • Recognition benefits include your logo displayed on: digital & print marketing materials, event program and slide deck during event
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