Roundtables

A summary of our exclusive roundtable discussions

The Leadership Group offers a number of sponsored Roundtable opportunities each year. These popular opportunities facilitate conversations with other member company participants and a special guest from the executive suite, media, or local, state, and federal levels of government. Note: These roundtables are available for SVLG members only.

COVID Series

The COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged communities across the nation, negatively impacting large and small businesses alike. This series focuses on bringing public sector leaders in touch with the private sector to discuss the intersections between the pandemic and technology, the economy, and more.

Tech & Innovation Series

This series will explore the evolving relationship between technology, society, political institutions, and businesses. We'll consider the challenges and opportunities of today's Innovation Economy in a variety of contexts, including ethics, privacy, corporate responsibility, and others. Ultimately, we will explore where our present tech narrative will lead, and devise a roadmap for navigating 21st century innovation.

Tech & Innovation Series

This series will explore the evolving relationship between technology, society, political institutions, and businesses. We'll consider the challenges and opportunities of today's Innovation Economy in a variety of contexts, including ethics, privacy, corporate responsibility, and others. Ultimately, we will explore where our present tech narrative will lead, and devise a roadmap for navigating 21st century innovation.

Investing in Infrastructure Series

This series will focus on addressing affordable housing, transportation, and placemaking. We’ll be meeting with public and private sector leaders on how we can work together to bring innovative solutions to our biggest challenges.

Innovating Culture, Activating Change Series

This series of discussions will focus on racial equity, gender diversity, and inclusion in corporate and community settings. They will also feature private, public and nonprofit leaders and explore ways to collaborate, innovate our shared culture, and activate change in Silicon Valley, the region, and nation.