SAN JOSE, CA – From the halls of Capitol Hill, to state and local elected offices, leaders will give their perspectives on high-profile ballot measures while celebrating one of the most respected names in business, Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP, at this year’s Silicon Valley Leadership Group Annual Lunch.
Nearly 1,300 of the Bay Area’s leaders will come together on Friday, November 2nd for a sold out event to celebrate McDermott’s rise from the corner store to the corner office and get his perspective on leadership, innovation, diversity, equity and inclusion during a fireside chat with Laura Garcia, NBC Bay Area Morning Anchor.
There will also be lively one-on-one discussions with Senator Dianne Feinstein; State Assembly Appropriations Chair Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher; and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo as they share insights and views on Propositions 1,2,3,4, 6, local Measures T for Safer San Jose and V – Affordable Housing in San Jose. To register or get more information, please contact Kimberly Ellis at [email protected] or (408) 501-7853. All registrations are requested by Thursday, November 1 at Noon.
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054, Exhibit Hall C&D
Date & Time:
Friday, November 2nd, 2018
11 am -12:00 pm networking
12:00 pm to 1:55 pm lunch & program
SAP CEO Bill McDermott: Leadership, Innovation, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The Honorable Dianne Feinstein, United States Senator: Report from Washington
State Assembly Appropriations Chair Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher: A perspective on Prop. 3 & 4
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo: Insights on Measures T for Safer San Jose & Measure V-Affordable Housing in San Jose
1,500 on-site parking spaces in a 3-story parking garage on the Santa Clara Convention Center campus shared with the Hyatt Regency and TechMart
About Silicon Valley Leadership Group
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group, founded in 1978 by David Packard of Hewlett-Packard, represents nearly 365 of Silicon Valley’s most respected employers on issues, programs and campaigns that affect the economic health and quality of life in Silicon Valley including energy, transportation, education, housing, health care, tax policies, economic vitality and the environment. The Leadership Group members collectively provide nearly one of every three private sector jobs in Silicon Valley and generate more than $3 trillion in annual revenue.