Please join over 300 educational, business, government, and community leaders for the 14th Annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference on April 5, 2019 at Sonoma State University. This year we will gather transformational and engaged leaders from the North Bay counties to discuss pathways to Economic, Social, and Environmental Resilience. Join us to learn about:
SPEAKERS INCLUDE: REEM RAHIM, CO-FOUNDER- NUMI TEA; TED WALSH, CEO SOLARCRAFT; BEN COUCH, DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILITY, TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS; ELIZABETH BROWN PRESIDENT OF THE SONOMA COUNTY FOUNDATION; DR. JUDY SAKAKI, SSU PRESIDENT; DR. GREG SARRIS, TRIBAL CHAIRMAN OF THE FEDERATED INDIANS OF GRATON RANCHERIA; BLAKE CHAUVIN, ALLIANT INSURANCE; OSCAR CHAVEZ, SONOMA COUNTY OFFICE OF HUMAN SERVICES; DR. RICHARD HEINBERG, POST CARBON INSTITUTE; CYNTHIA MURRAY, NORTH BAY LEADERSHIP COUNCIL;JOYCE LOPES, SSU VP; OREN WOOL, MERCY WELLNESS CANNABIS , TRATHAN HECKMAN; DAILY ACTS; GREG THOMSON, ADVANCED COMMUNITY ENERGY; DR. CLAUDIA LUKE
Conference Sponsors: Belfor Disaster Recovery; The North Bay Business Journal, Alliant Insurance, Traditional Medicinals, Sonoma Clean Power, SMART Rail; The Wine Spectator Center, Hello Alice, West Coast Solar; Sonoma Raceway & Venturepad Marin.
Keynote Speakers: Senator Bill Dodd-- Supervisor Jim Gore
Over 50 speakers will address environmental, social and economic problems that threaten the prosperity and security of the region with the focus of identifying strategies for action.
The Green New Deal, a 10-year plan to mobilize every aspect of American society patterned in part on Roosevelt’s New Deal whose goal is to protect our environment and at the same time create economic prosperity for all will a the focus of the closing panel.
World Café conversations for participants share knowledge, concerns and pursue action.
Launched in 2006, the Sustainable Enterprise Conference works to build collaboration between our business, education, and political communities in order to nurture a sustainable and resilient North Bay.