Local Chamber CEOs: Clean Energy, Resilience, Economic Development (No Cost)
Join us at the Aquarium of the Bay for a lively conversation with Chamber CEOs from different political and geographic regions spanning urban and rural communities across the nation. This session will be followed by a wine and cheese reception on the bay and a tour of the Aquarium.
Local chamber of commerce CEOs from the Southeast and Midwest have traveled to San Francisco to share their stories about how they help local businesses, communities, and legislators connect the dots on economic development and clean energy. These economic envoys are some of the most effective leaders on clean energy at the local, state, and national levels.
The second part of this session will focus on climate resilience. An expert on resilience will lead the Chamber CEOs in an exploration of the opportunities for local chambers to be catalysts for climate-resilient communities.
You will leave inspired, with new ideas on how to use a non-partisan message to build support for clean energy and resilience and with an understanding of how to engage with your local chamber on these issues.
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Tallia Hart, President & CEO, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
Doug Luciani, CEO TraversConnect and Traverse City Chamber of Commerce (MI)
Aaron Nelson, President & CEO, Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce (NC)
Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce (TN)
Brian Strong, Chief Resilience Officer, Director, Office of Resilience and Captial Planning, City of San Francisco
Diane Doucette, Executive Director, Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy
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