A Symposium on Solutions for the 21st Century
A symposium for elected officials, business, labor and community leaders that will focus on identifying strategies to break the financial gridlock and restore California’s greatness.
The goal of this program is to identify some specific reasons why government in California is challenged and not functioning to its full or historic capability. In order to do so, the program will feature a series of panelists who will discuss topics such as the improvement of the legislative process, measuring the effectiveness of California governance, meeting the needs of California's residents and the sustainable economy, among others.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: LUCY DUNN, CEO Orange County Business Council
MARIAN BERGESON, Former California State Secretary of Education
BRIAN CALLE, Orange County Register
BILL CAMPBELL, Orange County Board of Supervisors
DAVID CRANE, Stanford University, Govern California, and Volcker-Ravich Task Force on the State Budget Crisis
KEITH CURRY, Concordia University
MARY ANNE FOO, Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance
LACY KELLY, Association of California Cities Orange County
BRIE LOSKOTA, USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture
JIM MAYER, California Forward
ROBERT MING, Laguna Niguel City Council
JOSE MORENO, Anaheim City Board of Ed.
CURT PRINGLE, Former California State Assembly Speaker
RICK REIFF, PBS So Cal
NORBERTO SANTANA, Voice of OC
DAN WALTERS, Sacramento Bee
MARK WHITLOCK, USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement and Christ Our Redeemer Church
Continental breakfast provided.
RSVP by July 24th required. RSVP here.
For more information: www.cui.edu/cpp