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2017 West Coast Regional Summit Event Details
Thursday, March 23-Friday, March 24, 2017
Burlingame, CA | Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
The West Coast Regional Summit is hosted each year in a west coast city within one of the six west coast states – Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. This year we are excited to be visiting Burlingame, CA.The ICMA Regional Summits offer an opportunity to network with colleagues and to take advantage of a professional development opportunity in the form of an ICMA University workshop, discuss ICMA issues and programs, and provide feedback to the ICMA Executive Board and staff. Read: 15 Reasons Why Local Government Professionals Recommend the ICMA Regional Summits
Workshops and Special Sessions
EQuity & inclusivity in the workplace and our communities
More than ever, local government professionals are called upon to integrate public service with equitable response to a rapidly diversifying community. Local governments are charged with meeting the needs of the whole community and must weigh priorities and deliver services to all residents. Equity and inclusivity go beyond race and gender. Factors that contribute to a diverse community profile include variations in age, economic status, educational attainment, immigration levels, and community size. This dynamic panel discussion, moderated by ICMA President Lee Feldman, will feature examples from local governments that are successfully addressing inclusiveness and diversity in their organizations and ensuring equitable service delivery in their communities.Session begins at 10:00 a.m. The session will be followed by a networking luncheon at 12 noon, sponsored by .
Speakers for this session moderated by ICMA President Lee Feldman include:
- Reyna Farrales, Deputy County Manager, San Mateo County, California
- Ruth Osuna, Assistant City Manager, Oxnard, California
- Mary Morrison, Policy and Program Manager, Office of Equity and Human Rights, Tacoma, Washington
icma university workshop-Leadership Strategies to move communities from disruption to connection and renewal
This ICMA University Workshop begins at 1:30 p.m. Join your colleagues for a master class that will increase your skills in leading through times of community disruption. There are many kinds of events or actions that may be termed community disruptions. In recent months some of our communities have experienced natural disasters, others civic tragedies and still others the challenge of maintaining a reputation for serving equally and impartially all members of the governing body and local government they serve regardless of party. During this workshop we will focus on natural, civic and political disruption using case studies, conversation with content experts and action planning to prepare you to better lead through community disruption.
Practice Groups: 2- Policy Facilitation and 13- Strategic Planning
Recommended Reading Preparation: ICMA Leading Ideas Series interview with Peter Block; The Next Big Thing - Alliance for Innovation; Good Neighbors: The Democracy of Everyday Life in America by Nancy Rosenbloom
"The human heart is the first home of democracy. It is where we embrace our questions. Can we be equitable? Can we be generous? Can we listen with our whole beings, not just our minds, and offer our attention rather than our opinions? And do we have enough resolve in our hearts to act courageously, relentlessly, without giving up—ever—trusting our fellow citizens to join us in our determined pursuit of a living democracy?" -- Terry Tempest Williams
Speakers for this workshop include:
- Connie Jackson, City Manager, San Bruno, California, will discuss the San Bruno gas line explosion
- Kurt Wilson, City Manager, Stockton, California, will review the Stockton bankruptcy
- Greg Devereaux, CEO, San Bernardino, California, will discuss the terrorist attack on county employees
reception and dinner
Network and enjoy the company of other summit attendees at an ICMA-RC sponsored reception followed by dinner. Reception and dinner are included in your registration fee...you don't want to skip this!
A DISCUSSION ON MAKING TENET 4 ACTIONABLE
Following breakfast Friday morning, join in a lively discussion of Tenet 4: Recognize that the chief function of local government at all times is to serve the best interests of the people. As we strive for equity and inclusion in services to the community, is the Tenet still relevant?
Other Professional Development Opportunities Held During the West Coast Regional Summit
EMERGING PROFESSIONALS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
The Emerging Professionals Leadership Institute precedes each regional summit. Managers are encouraged to invite early career professionals and emerging leaders to attend this leadership institute.
Mid-Career Managers Institute
New to local government but not new to management? Join the 2017-2018 ICMA Mid-Career Managers Institute. Program participants will first meet at the Regional Summit and gather with other Summit attendees to gain a greater understanding and awareness of concepts and techniques relevant to local government management.
Rooms are available at the Hyatt Regency - San Francisco Airport
ICMA Room Rate
$199/night (plus tax)reserve your room by March 7th to guarantee this rate
Reserve your room: online
or by phone 1-888-421-1442. Indicate that you are attending the ICMA West Coast Regional Summit.
March 7 | Hotel Special Rate DeadlineMarch 9 | Cancellation Deadline with $35 fee: Notice of cancellation or substitution must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
. No refunds given for cancellations after this date.March 9| Deadline to let us know if you have a special dietary need. Please send special requests to Felicia Littky at email@example.com
. March 15 | Online Registration Closes
Contact Felicia Littky at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-962-3656.
This event is made possible through generous support from our partner, ICMA-RC.