2010 Green Labor-Capital
Friday, July 23, 2010
Delancey Street Foundation - Town Hall
Audience: Professionals from labor
unions, pension funds, investment funds, asset managers, venture
capital and clean-tech firms as well as workforce development,
political, civic and community leaders.
Free Morning Symposium & Discussion
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Opportunities and Developments, Green Building, Retrofits and
To expand the discussion and networking opportunities of the
Green Labor-Capital Forum, the Instituto has organized a free
Symposium & Discussion in the morning, 9:30 to 11:00 am.
Our goal is create an opportunity for people working on key projects
to commutate and connect with labor, business and community organizers.
A panel of presenters will start the symposium and include, Bayview
Hunters Point & Treasure Island development plans, the Emerald
Cities Collaborative and Green for All's Clean Energy Works Portland
replication program, Serious Materials' widow retrofit of the
Empire State Building and CityBuild's SF workforce development
There is no charge to attend the symposium but please RSVP
by emailing email@example.com or calling 415-431-7522
Conny Ford, Vice President, SF Labor Council
Robertson, VP Community Development, Lennar Bay Area Urban
Surace, CEO, Serious Materials
Truong, Senior Policy Associate, Green For All
DeBerry, Kapor Capital & the Emerald Cities Collaborative
Zion, Alameda County Workforce Investment Board
Rodriguez - CityBuild & Mayors Office of Economic and Workforce
||End of Morning Symposium & Discussion.
||Lunch Forum Registration begins.
Check in and get seating
||Forum Starts - Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m.
Guests should be in their seats no later than 12:10 p.m.
||Mayor Gavin Newsom - Welcome to San Francisco
||United States Treasurer, Rosa Rios
||California State Treasurer, Bill Lockyer
||Anne Stausboll, CEO, CalPERS
||Steve Westly, Founder, The Westly Group
|1:30 - 2:00
|Informal conversations and photo opportunities