2018 General Assembly • March 22, 2018    Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa    8 am-4pm

2018 General Assembly • March 22, 2018

Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa

8 am-4pm

program agenda

8AM   Registration Opens, Breakfast Buffet Served


9AM   Program Starts

           Master of Ceremonies, CalCOG Executive Director Bill Higgins

            Welcome from OCCOG Chair, Kris Murray

            Hon. Fred Minagar, MS, PE
            Chairman, The Transportation Corridor Agency - San Joaquin Hills

            Keynote Address: Fmr. Navy SEAL Curt Cronin, “Leading in Uncertain Times”

           

 

10 AM Break

 

10:15  Panel 1: Toward Solving Homelessness: OC Working Together

            Moderator: Kris Murray, City of Anaheim and OCCOG Chair

            Heather Stratman, ACC-OC 

            Susan Price, County of Orange 

            Sue Parks, United Way 

            Scott Larson, HomeAidOC

            Mary Perdue, Family Assistance Ministries

 

11:15  Panel 2: Securing Orange County’s Water Future

            Moderator: Charley Wilson, Southern California Water Coalition

            Scott Maloni, Poseidon Water 

            Hon. Allan Bernstein, Councilmember City of Tustin

            Stephen Arakawa, Bay Delta Initiatives, Metropolitan Water District of Southern CA

            Laer Pearce, Cadiz Inc. 

 

12:30  Luncheon, Sponsored by Southern California Edison

            Presentation by Larry Labrado Principal Manager, Local Public Affairs Southern California Edison

            Keynote Address: Maggie Koerth-Baker, Author, Science Editor 538
            “Protecting Our Energy Future”

            Address from Darrell Johnson OCTA "State of County Transportation"

 

1:45     Break

 

2:00    Panel 3: The City of the Future: How Smart Technology is Changing City Services

            Moderator: Jeremy Ogul, Madaffer Enterprises 

            Jen Johnson, Mobilitie

            Gary Halbert, City of Chula Vista 

            Antonia Graham, City of Huntington Beach 

            Hasan Ikhrata, SCAG 

            Marc Myers, Crown Castle 

 

3:00    Closing Session: Orange County’s Transportation Future    

            Moderator: Peter Buffa, Barclays, Director on Public Finance Team

            Ryan Chamberlain, Caltrans Chief Deputy Director 

            Mike Kraman, The Toll Roads 

            Hamid Bahadori, Auto Club of Southern California 

            Diana Kotler, Anaheim Resort Transit

           

4:00    VIP Reception

 

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

Curt Cronin, Leading in Uncertainty—Lessons from Combat Operations

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Over his 16-year-long career as a Navy SEAL, Curt Cronin deployed thirteen times and spent more than four years overseas. In that time, living and working in an environment where milliseconds made the difference between life and death and winning and losing, he honed his talent as a catalyst for transformation and rose to eventually lead the nation’s premier SEAL assault force. Curt graduated fifth in his class from the United States Naval Academy, and has been awarded the Bronze Star with Valor, Bronze Star medal, and three Distinguished Meritorious Service Medals. 

In addition to his combat experience, Curt is an entrepreneur and innovator. Currently CEO of Kaizen International, he previously co-founded Mastery Technologies, Inc., a global talent solutions firm. He began his entrepreneurial career with General Stan McChrystal and the McChrystal Group, where he served as a managing partner in transformational consulting for two years with companies including AOL and Hewlett-Packard.

Curt received his MBA at combined programs from the London School of Economics, New York University’s Stern School of Business, and the HEC School of Management in Paris. 

 

   

  

Maggie Koerth-Baker, Protecting Our Energy Future

Maggie Koerth-Baker is an award-winning journalist and the senior science reporter for FiveThirtyEight.com. She is a Harvard Nieman Fellow (’15) and has written extensively on the electric grid and electricity generation. Her 2012 book, Before the Lights Go Out, explores how the history of the American electric system has shaped the present and future of energy. 

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