2013 Alliance for Regional Stewardship Track Pack - (6 Sessions)
Captured live from the 2013 ACCE Annual Convention in Oklahoma City. Duration: 8 hours, 21 minutes. Alliance for Regional Stewardship Track Pack includes:
Master Class: OKC Renaissance-A Case Study - (Video)
Moderated and presented by: Roy Williams, CCE, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce
Presented by: Mick Cornett, Mayor, Oklahoma City; Ron Norick and Kirk Humphreys, Former Mayors, Oklahoma City; Cynthia Reed, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, Pat McFerron, CMA Strategies
The biggest developments in OKC since the Land Rush of 1889 are the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPs), a series of visionary capital improvement programs led by city officials and the OKC Chamber for new and upgraded sports, recreation, entertainment, education, cultural and convention facilities. The result is a stunning transformation of the city and a model for public-private partnerships. OKC leaders will provide an overview of the MAPs initiatives, explain how to run a public campaign amid shifting public opinion, and descrive how they translated community development into economic growth.
Education: A New Corporate-Civic Approach
Moderated by: Jack Scott, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Presented by: Greg Darnieder, U.S. Dept. of Education; Haley Glover, Wes Jurey, Arlington (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Find out how business leaders, working thorough their chambers of commerce, are taking bold steps to realign corporate-civic structures to tackle postsecondary education challenges.
Regional Partnerships in Action
Moderated by Mike Neal, Tulsa (OK) Regional Chamber
Presented by: Gary Akin, Owasso (OK) Chamber; Krystal Crockett, Bixby (OK) Metro Chamber; Justin McLaughlin, Tulsa (OK) Regional Chamber; Wes Smithwick, Broken Arrow (OK) Chamber; Vic Vreeland, Former Mayor, City of Jenks, Oklahoma
Communities recognize that the competition for jobs, talent and capital investment is global, and that reginos are the competitors. Embracing this new normal the leaders of seven chambers of commerce and other key economic stakeholders in the Tulsa region have restructured economic development processes to effectively compete with mega-regions around the world.
Six Steps to Civic Innovation
Moderated by: R. Marc Jordan, CCE, North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce
Presented by: The Honorable Glenda Hood, TriSect LLC; Shelley Lauten, TriSect LLC
Learn about a process you can use to collect input, promote focused analysis and inspire lasting commitment to your regional project from all sectors-business, government and non-profits.
Master Class: Driving the Bus-Your Role in Your Region's Education & Workforce Efforts - (Video)
Moderated by: David Eads, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Presented by: Drew Dugan, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber; Nancy Eisenbrandt, Nashville (TN) Chamber; Kathy Zandona, Greater Louisville Inc.
How will your chamber make its mark on education and workforce development in your region? With guidance from an all-star panel of your peers from ACCE's Education Attainment Division's Advisory Board and help from ACCE's new assessment tool, you'll determine the most effective way to get involved and enhance your impact on education and workforce development. Learn how to conduct external and internal asset mapping for your region, and discuss opportunities to generate traditional and non-traditional revenue to support these efforts.
Reinventing Chambers in an Information Age
Presented by: Anatalio Ubalde, GIS Planning
The value proposition for chambers, like other membership organizations, is evolving. Chambers today must embrace technology to address unmet needs within the business commmunity. In this session, learn how the Internet enables chambers to provide new services to local business owners, including help growing their business online, selling locally, and accessing powerful business intelligence to make them more successsful.