2011 Fall National Meeting • October 11-12, 2011 • Chicago, IL • #CEOsforCities
Monday, October 10
Chicago Ideas Week MEGATALK
An evening featuring Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Richard Stengel of
and Tom Friedmanof
The New York Times
. The event will include city leaders from around the country in ananalysis of what makes our cities great. Held at the Oriental Theatre, 24 W. Randolph Street,the event is from 6:00 – 8:00 PM and tickets are $15.00 per person. For more information visit:http://www.chicagoideas.com/2011/05/ciw-mega-talk/
Registration and Continental BreakfastOpening Remarks
, President and CEO, The Boston Foundation
, President and CEO, CEOs for Cities
Governor Pat Quinn
, State of Illinois
Morning Keynote by Shaun Donovan, US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
, Vice President of US Programs, John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
With Past as Prologue: Charting the Path to Chicago’s Future
, Vice President of US Programs, John D. & Catherine T.MacArthur Foundation with
, Executive Director, Metropolis Strategies;
, Vice President of Campus Environment, Columbia College Chicago;
, ViceChairman of Global Mergers and Acquisitions, Credit Suisse; and
, Presidentand CEO, The Chicago Community Trust
City Vitals: How Do We Measure the Success of Cities?
First published in 2006, City Vitals served as a case statement and organizing framework forCEOs for Cities by proposing that in the knowledge-based global economy, city prosperityhinges primarily on four key factors: connections, innovation, talent and your distinctiveness.Now in the process of being updated, City Vitals II reflects key research and trends curated byCEOs for Cities over the past five years.
, Economist for Impresa Inc and SeniorPolicy Advisor to CEOs for Cities, will present.
, Dean of the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University, and
, President of RW Ventures, willrespond in a discussion moderated by
, President and CEO of the Hudson-WebberFoundation and leader of the CEOs for Cities Detroit City Cluster.
Keynote Lunch: Interwoven Destinies: America’s Cities and the Nation’s Future withremarks by Henry Cisneros, Executive Chairman, CityView
, Chairman & CEO, National Financial Corporation
Key functions of national prosperity occur principally in metropolitan areas, such as theshipping of goods at ports and airports that support global trade and the research at urbanuniversities that generates technological and medical breakthroughs. The nation’s economicfuture depends on recalibrating our urban and metropolitan strategies.
Break6:00 PM -8:00 PM
Tuesday, October 11
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