STOCKTON REGIONAL SUMMIT 2019

University of the Pacific | DeRosa University Center
September 20, 2019

AGENDA

8:30-9:15am Registration + Buffet breakfast

9:15-9:20am  Welcome to University of the Pacific

Maria Pallavicini, Interim President @ University of the Pacific

9:20-9:30am  Inland California Rising 

Ashley Swearengin, President & CEO @ Central Valley Community Foundation

Karthick Ramakrishnan, Professor & Director, Center for Social Innovation @ University of California, Riverside

 

9:30-9:45am Reinventing California’s Inland Cities – A Bold Vision for Stockton

Mayor Michael D. Tubbs, Stockton CA

 

9:45-11:15am Regions Rise Together

Janet Lamkin, President @ United Airlines, California

Kate Gordon, Director of Planning and Research, Governor’s Office

Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic & Business Advisor, and Director, Business and Economic Development, Governor’s Office

Kathleen Kelly Janus, Senior Advisor on Social Innovation, Governor Newsom

 

11:15-11:30am — BREAK — 

 

11:30am-12:15pm Youth Development Manifesto Presentation

Funded in partnership with The James Irvine Foundation

 

12:15-1:00pm Plenary Presentation + Lunch Buffet

1:00-1:15pm — BREAK — 

 

1:15-2:45pm Breakout Session 1 of 2 (Options A, B, C, D)

Communities across Inland California are working on efforts to reinvent (innovate and transform) in vital areas like education, environment, opportunity, and infrastructure. These facilitated sessions will enable participants in a roundtable format to: a) share and learn from various efforts, and b) lift up ideas about changes in policies, practices, and investments that build stronger and more equitable regions.

Session A: Reinvent Education (Regents Room)

College & Career for All – “Cultivating Roses from Concrete”

Session B: Reinvent Environment (Presidents Room)

Mapping Opportunity – “Navigating environment and climate equity”

Session C: Reinvent Opportunity (Grace Covell)

Investing in Livelihoods – “Hiring at the ground floor”

Session D: Reinvent Infrastructure (DeRosa University Center, 211)

Transporting Us to the Future – “Making Stockton a hub for talent”

 

2:45-3:00pm — BREAK — 

 

3:00-4:30pm Breakout Session 2 of 2 (Options A, B, C, D)

Communities across Inland California are working on efforts to reinvent (innovate and transform) in vital areas like education, environment, opportunity, and infrastructure. These facilitated sessions will enable participants in a roundtable format to: a) share and learn from various efforts, and b) lift up ideas about changes in policies, practices, and investments that build stronger and more equitable regions.

Session A: Reinvent Education (Regents Room)

Early Childhood Education – “Nurturing Scholars, Growing Futures”

Session B: Reinvent Environment (Presidents Room)

Environment & Public Health – “Addressing the impacts of pollution on human health”

Session C: Reinvent Opportunity (Grace Covell)

Reinventing the Social Safety Net – “Free cash for all”

Session D: Reinvent Infrastructure (DeRosa University Center, 211)

Talent & Technology – “Connecting Stockton’s people to brighter futures”

 

4:30-4:45pm — BREAK — 

 

4:45-5:30pm Closing Remarks

 

5:30-7:30pm Evening Celebration

Location: BellaVista Rooftop, 110 N El Dorado St, Stockton 95202

We invite all Summit attendees to join Mayor Tubbs and the Inland California Rising leadership team for an evening celebrating Inland California as a region on the rise. Join us for an evening mixer and hear from our partners on how they’re paving a path for connected cities.

Starting in August of this year, United Airlines will begin twice daily service between Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK) and LAX. This new service along with our proximity to Silicon Valley – just 60 miles away – will unlock a new set of opportunities to bring creative minds, startup mentors, and investment capital to Stockton. 

As one of Stockton’s newest additions to the Port of Stockton, Nautilus Data Technologies (NDT) is pioneering a first-of-its-kind floating data center that is a model of environmental sustainability and an effective demonstration of the digital infrastructure that Stockton is enabling. 

Neighborly will construct a new, community fiber network called Stockton Fiber. This will deliver lightning-fast, responsive, stable, and affordable internet connections for every home, school, library, and business across the City. 

Come join us as we #reinventStockton.

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