Register for the Fourth Annual Policy Circle Leadership Summit
By The Policy Circle Team
June 14, 2019
Living and Leading in a Connected World.
Join Policy Circle leaders and members from across the country as we come together to learn about our connected world and how the dynamics of the ways in which citizens interact with government is changing rapidly. The non-stop dissemination of information is of critical importance to shaping policy and the debates which surround the most pressing issues of the day. The positive of this connectivity is innovation in everything from healthcare to home life, retail to manufacturing.
The Leadership Summit will explore myriad aspects of connectivity and feature thought-leaders including:
- Admiral Mike Rogers former director of the National Security Advisory Council
- Seema Verma Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (invited)
- Denise Morrison former CEO of Campbell Soup
- Johanna Garcia Sohovich CEO of Chamberlain Group
- Ambassador Nancy Brinker founder of the Susan G. Komen foundation
- Karen Wells President of the AIW Group
- Cindy Gula founder of Tenable Network Security
Afternoon Interactive Break-Outs, From Conversation to Action will include:
- Understanding Civic Leader Incubators;
- Asking Questions at a Board Meeting;
- Getting to Know Your Elected Officials;
- Talking with the Media; and
- Facilitating Complex Discussions.
Be prepared to meet women from all walks of life from across the United States who range from CEO’s, Founders, and Directors, to mid-level managers, newly graduated college students, to stay at home moms and philanthropists. The Policy Circle Summit is a forum for all women to engage with one another through dialogue and discussion as we build strategic thinking skills and explore the opportunities and the stakes of a connected world.
For more information watch this video, and to register visit the Summit registration page.
The Policy Circle is a 501(c)3 which provides a fact-based, nonpartisan framework built to inspire women living in the same community to connect, learn about and discuss economic policies that impact their lives. Women across the nation are taking a leadership role in the public policy dialogue on what human creativity can accomplish in an open economy.