Maintain Morals in a Competitive World, Fight for Board Room Diversity & Build Better Communities – All Explored at Game Changers2020

San Jose, CA – Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Game Changers 2020 Summit brings together more than eighteen influential speakers and panelists on Friday, April 26th to delve into some of today’s hottest and controversial topics.  Our panelists, along with 350 attendees, will explore the mechanics of how to keep a corporate moral compass in today’s competitive world and examine what it will take to provide equity and inclusion in Silicon Valley’s C-suites and boardrooms. They will also share new visions for our communities that bring together smart cities and smart mobility – as they work together across their respective fields to rethink and reimagine transportation and housing as keys to prosperity and opportunity in the Bay Area.

Spotlight Speakers Include:

  • C-Suites and Boardrooms: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Why They matter – Betty T. Yee, California State Controller, State Controller’s Office
  • Smart Cities = Smart Mobility: Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose
  • The Intersection Between Housing & Transportation: Jason Elliott, Chief Deputy Cabinet Secretary, Office of Gov. Newsom

A full list of panelists and the agenda can be found here. Media outlets are encouraged to send representatives or request up to three complimentary staff or audience tickets. Panels are being moderated by: Neil Chase, Publisher & CEO of CALmatters; John Diaz, Editorial Page Editor for the San Francisco Chronicle; Ed Clendaniel, Editorial Page Editor for the Bay Area News Group; and Mary Huss, President & Publisher of the Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Francisco Business Times.

To register or get more information, please contact Kimberly Ellis at or call (408) 501-7853. All media registrations are requested by Thursday, April 25th at Noon.

Date: Friday, April 26th |7:10 am – Noon
Location: Villa Ragusa, 35 S. 2nd St., Campbell, CA


Contact: Kimberly Ellis, SVP MarComm | (408) 501-7853
Pam Kelly, Sr. MarComm Mgr. | (408) 501-7879