2030 Roadmap Event

On Thursday, March 30, regional leaders came together to discuss the status of the Roadmap for Greater Washington.

View the presentations that were featured, as well as photos, below:

Cary Hatch on  Rebranding Greater Washington – Fundraising Video

 

Stephen Fuller: Roadmap Update: Comparative Performance of Regional and National Clusters: March 2014 – March 2016

 

Ellen Harpel and Mark White: Career pathways for middle-skill jobs in the Greater Washington region’s leading industry clusters

 

 

Bob Buchanan welcomes Senator Van Hollen (D-MD) to speak

Bob Buchanan, of The 2030 Group, welcomes Senator Van Hollen (D-MD) to speak

 

Sen. Van Hollen (D-MD) speaks on the importance of regionalism

Sen. Van Hollen (D-MD) speaks on the importance of regionalism

Cary Hatch, of MDB Communications, presents on rebranding Greater Washington

Cary Hatch, of MDB Communications, presents on rebranding Greater Washington

Don Graham, of Graham Holdings Company, Al Grasso, of MITRE, Rosie Allen-Herring, of United Way of the National Capital Area, and Maryland Secretary of Commerce, Mike Gill, discuss regionalism on a penal moderated by Bob McCartney, of the Washington Post

Don Graham, of Graham Holdings Company, Al Grasso, of MITRE, Rosie Allen-Herring, of United Way of the National Capital Area, and Maryland Secretary of Commerce, Mike Gill, discuss regionalism on a penal moderated by Bob McCartney, of the Washington Post

Dr. Stephen S. Fuller, of The Fuller Institute, presents on the Greater Washington economy

Dr. Stephen S. Fuller, of The Fuller Institute, presents on the Greater Washington economy

Ellen Harpel, of Business Development Advisors, presents on growing Greater Washington's workforce

Ellen Harpel, of Business Development Advisors, presents on growing Greater Washington’s workforce

David Bowers, of Enterprise,  Bob Sweeney, of The Global Cities Initiative,  Emeka Moneme, of the Federal City Council/Metro Reform Initiative, and  Jonathan Aberman, of Amplifier Ventures and Tandem NSI, discuss the 2030 Roadmap for Greater Washington on a panel moderated by Bob Buchanan, of The 2030 Group

David Bowers, of Enterprise,  Bob Sweeney, of The Global Cities Initiative, Emeka Moneme, of the Federal City Council/Metro Reform Initiative, and  Jonathan Aberman, of Amplifier Ventures and Tandem NSI, discuss the 2030 Roadmap for Greater Washington on a panel moderated by Bob Buchanan, of The 2030 Group

Roadmap Event InviteGreater Washington has been recognized as one of the fittest and greenest cities in America. In 2016, Greater Washington was ranked #1 on the U.S. Census list of Most Educated Metro Areas and Bon Appetit named DC its 2016 Restaurant City of the Year. Nestle recently decided to move its new headquarters here, and US News & World Report ranked Greater Washington #4 on its list of best places to live. These are achievements to celebrate and are proof that this region is more than just the federal city.

Are we ready to come together as a region to champion this new regional identity? Are we taking the necessary steps as a region to project more than our image, but also develop our economy away from its historic dependence on federal spending?

The Roadmap for the Washington Region’s Economic Future revealed that we must address our transportation and housing affordability issues, rebrand the region, and increase the collaboration between the academic sector and business community in a way that ignites the entrepreneurial culture across the region if we are to solve our issues locally and compete globally.

As we move through 2017, how are we advancing on each of these fronts? How will the new administration’s policies and practices impact the region? Are we doing enough to attract, retain, and retrain our talented workforce?

To gain a better understanding of where we are as a region and what we need to do to move forward, please join us on March 30, 2017 from 8:30am- 11:30am at the Hay Adams.

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