In April 2014, the United Nations released a report stating that it is not a matter of if, but how and how badly climate change will affect humanity. The western United States not only sees some of the worst effects (droughts, pollution) but also some of the most exciting innovations. During the Sundance Film Festival, when thousands gather in the mountains of Utah through the power of film, thought leaders will explore the intersection of clean air, clean water, and clean energy.

#BETTERFUTURE | @DIPLOCOURIER

SPEAKERS

BILL ALLRED

BILL ALLRED

Host, X-96 Radio From Hell

Bio

Bill Allred is a native of Ogden, Utah. He attended public school and Weber State College where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre. He then went on to Penn State where he did three years work on a Master’s Degree in acting.

Bill then pursued a career as an actor, finding work with the Long Beach Repertory Company; the State Theatre of Florida at Asolo; the Barn Dinner Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia; the Utah Shakespearean Festival: as well as work off-off Broadway in New York City. Bill’s acting has also included a role in Saturday’s Voyeur at the Salt Lake Acting Company; and as Pozzo in Waiting For Godot at the Rose Wagner Theater . Bill also played the role of Vicious in the Trent Harris film, Delightful Water Universe.

Since 1980, Bill’s full time job has been in Radio. He has worked at KJQ and has been with X-96 (KXRK 96.3 FM) since it’s inception. At X-96, Bill is part of the Radio From Hell Show, with Kerry Jackson and Gina Barberi, weekday mornings from 6:00-10am.

Bill enjoys outdoor activities particularly biking, camping, and hiking.  Bill is an avid reader with a prolific vocabulary and appreciation for fine food.  He was honored with an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Public/Current/Community Affairs-Program Special for KUED’s Utah Now.

Bill is married to the talented graphic designer Jennifer Parsons. He has four children: two old ones and two new ones.

PRIYANKA BAKAYA

PRIYANKA BAKAYA

CEO and Founder, PK Clean

Bio

Priyanka Bakaya is currently CEO at PK Clean, which has a vision to end plastic waste forever by converting landfill-bound plastics into high value fuels.

The company’s first demonstration of its process at commercial scale is in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company works with local recyclers and oil companies. The process boasts a 15:1 energy ratio. They have signed a contract for their next unit next year

Bakaya has worked at Venture Capital firms Accel Partners and Globespan Capital, as well as with DFJ-backed Attero Recycling. Bakaya has previously been selected as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a Lightspeed Venture Fellow and named to the Fortune 40 under 40 Ones to Watch List, and Forbes 30 under 30 List in Energy. She is a graduate of MIT and Stanford University with Honors.

RALPH BECKER

RALPH BECKER

Mayor of Salt Lake City

Bio

Ralph Becker was sworn in as Mayor of Salt Lake City in January, 2008.  Prior to being elected Mayor, he was a member of the Utah House of Representatives, from 1996 to 2007, serving seven years in leadership including five years as the House Democratic Leader.

As Mayor, Ralph has been an advocate for expanding mobility options within Salt Lake City, including expanding trails and bikeways and developing light rail and street car opportunities.  He has also significantly expanded protections for the City’s LGBT individuals through the Mutual Commitment Registry and Non-Discrimination ordinances.  Additionally, Mayor Becker worked to bring Salt Lake City’s alcohol policy in line with other major tourist destinations and cities.  As Mayor, Ralph Becker has actively expanded public input opportunities, access to City information, and the decision making process.  During the recession, Mayor Becker overcame the largest budget gaps in the City’s history without raising taxes, reductions in core City services, or significant layoffs.

Mayor Becker is a professional planner (FAICP) and lawyer.  He founded the consulting firm Bear West in Salt Lake City in 1985, specializing in community planning, environmental assessment, public lands, land use, consensus building, and public involvement.

 

STEVE BERGSTROM

STEVE BERGSTROM

Director of the Office of Sustainability, Intermountain Healthcare

Bio

Steven has worked in healthcare for over 45 years mainly in the Supply Chain. The last 30 years have been with Intermountain Healthcare with experience in greening the supply chain, environmental preferred purchasing, vendor certification/relations, and inventory management. In 2006, he helped establish a system-wide Green Strategies Team. He was promoted to Director of Sustainability for Intermountain Healthcare in 2010. He is currently on the board of Utah Recycling Alliance, the Health Care Without Harm Health Care Climate Council, Practice Greenhealth member, a member of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce- Clean Committee, and Water Committee, and served on several energy committees for the State of Utah.

RYAN EVANS

RYAN EVANS

Vice President of Business and Community Relations, Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce

Bio

Ryan Evans joined the Salt Lake Chamber in 2003 and currently serves as vice president of business and community relations.  Ryan is responsible for community development initiatives, building collaborative relationships with other chambers of commerce and business associations throughout Utah, and ensuring the Chamber is felt as a statewide resource for business.

Specifically, Ryan serves as the staff lead on air quality issues for the Chamber, driving business support for clean air. Ryan oversees the Chamber’s Clean Air Champions program that promotes clean air practices for business, an Inversion Mitigation effort that reached more than 70,000 employees last year during inversion season, and Utah’s Clear the Air Challenge that encourages Utahns to drive less and drive smarter for one month each year. Additionally, Ryan is a member of Governor Herbert’s Clean Air Action Team, UCAIR Board of Directors, facilitates the Chamber’s Clean Air Task Force, and was recently asked to speak at the White House on the business community’s engagement and investment in air quality.

He attended the University of Vermont, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Utah, and is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute of Organization Management.

ROBERT GROW

ROBERT GROW

President and CEO, Envision Utah

Bio

Robert Grow holds degrees in engineering and law from the University of Utah and the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University and has had a diverse career, including practicing law, leading and supporting regional visioning processes, being president of a large manufacturing company, and chairing a national trade association. He was a critical part of the effort to buy over 100 miles of right-of-way from the Union Pacific Railroad for passenger rail.

Grow was the primary architect of Envision Utah’s grass roots, bottom up, stakeholder driven, values based approach. He is the founding chair emeritus and current President and CEO of Envision Utah. Envision Utah is widely recognized as one of the country’s most successful public involvement efforts for the development of a broad-based, long-term growth strategy for a major metropolitan area, having received the Urban Land Institute’s Award for Excellence, the Alliance for Regional Stewardship’s Gold Recognition Award, and the American Planning Association’s Daniel Burnham Award. The Envision Utah visioning effort led to a dramatic expansion of the public transportation system in Utah, along with significant public support for transit-oriented development. For his role in helping shape the strategy for the Salt Lake region’s future transportation system, Robert received the American Public Transportation Association’s (APTA) Distinguished Service Award in October 2003.

Over the last couple decades, Grow has developed an expertise in facilitating regional stakeholders in creating multi-generational visions for major metropolitan areas of the United States and has worked with more than 80 metropolitan regions. Robert led the visioning teams for multi-million dollar efforts in San Diego and for Laie, Hawaii and played a significant role in the Traverse City, Michigan and Southern Louisiana visioning processes.

With the dramatic increase in visioning and planning for regions and potential “megadevelopments,” Robert Grow has developed an expertise in combining the best practices of regional visioning with the tools applied to design in order to financially evaluate the largest potential planned communities in America. He led the Utah-based team of O’Melveny & Myers LLP dealing with the full spectrum of legal issues relating to environment, planning, entitlement, infrastructure, and development for Kennecott Land Company’s 93,000-acre land holding on Salt Lake’s West Bench plan, as well as the 4,000-acre Daybreak Community, Kennecott Land’s first model sustainable community. In addition, Robert has been the visioning team leader for a 300,000-acre Florida parcel, as well as the 175,000-acre Superstition Vistas property in Arizona.

For seven years, Grow served as a member, and then as vice president, of the Utah State Economic Development Board overseeing all state economic development initiatives. For several years, he also chaired the State’s International Development Committee and the annual governor’s conference on economic development. He has been recognized as Utah’s entrepreneur of the year.

DUSTIN HAGGETT

DUSTIN HAGGETT

Co-Founder and CEO, Impact Hub Salt Lake

Bio

Dustin Haggett is Co-founder and CEO at Impact Hub Salt Lake. Impact Hub Salt Lake provides Utah’s entrepreneurs, investors, and freelance professionals a dedicated space to connect and co-create ventures that benefit the community and world at large. Impact Hub was founded in London in 2005 and is part of a larger, global community of more than 10,000 change makers spanning six continents who collaborate on enterprising ideas.

With three top rate universities nearby and a community known for its entrepreneurial spirit and drive to serve others, Dustin believes creating the needed infrastructure for a high level of collaboration will provide a catalyst for finding solutions to some of the largest social, and environmental issues we face today.

Dustin studied Sustainable Management at the Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco. Over the past decade he has worked with startups in diverse industries from agriculture and energy to telecom and electric vehicles. He was also recruited to help produce a Sustainability Roadmap, commissioned by the Mayor of Park City, to assist in guiding long-term energy policy for the community. Outside of his business endeavors Dustin served in the U.S. Army as a reservist for eight years, is a combat veteran of the Iraq War, and a member of Rotary.

CHEALSEA HAVILAND

CHEALSEA HAVILAND

Host, Park City TV

Bio

As the host and producer of Park City Television’s Mountain Morning Show and the Mountain Weekend Show, Chelsea Haviland has interviewed Olympic athletes, celebrities, Sundance Film Festival award winners, and her personal favorite: local Utah small business owners. She served as the Public Relations Director for the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce and was an Assistant Producer for KBYU. Chelsea received her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from Brigham Young University where she studied abroad in Paris, France. As a Master of Public Administration student at the University of Utah, she will study community development in Costa Rica this spring. Chelsea is a volunteer for Friends of Animals Utah and a mentor for the Girl Scouts of Utah.

GARY HERBERT

GARY HERBERT

Governor of Utah

Bio

Governor Gary Richard Herbert has led Utah’s recovery from the Great Recession to a position of national economic prominence. His unwavering focus on economic development includes attracting businesses and investment to the state while helping homegrown businesses flourish.

The Governor is focused on four cornerstones to strengthen Utah’s economy: education, economic development, energy, and self-determination. As a result, Utah has become a premier destination for business, jobs, and an unsurpassed quality of life.

The Governor currently serves as Vice Chair of the National Governors Association (NGA), and will chair the organization in 2015-2016.

As Utah’s 17th Governor, he took the Oath of Office on August 11, 2009. Prior to becoming the state’s chief executive, Governor Herbert served as Lieutenant Governor for five years. In 1990, the Governor was appointed to the Utah County Commission.

Governor Herbert and his wife, Jeanette, are the proud parents of six children and 15 grandchildren.

CHRISELLA HERZOG

CHRISELLA HERZOG

Managing Editor, Diplomatic Courier

Bio

Chrisella Herzog is the Managing Editor at the Diplomatic Courier. She earned her B.S.;B.A. in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Utah. Formerly the Washington Correspondent for the Diplomatic Courier, Herzog has since published multiple articles addressing APEC, cyber instability, Asian cities, climate change, and more.

KIRK L. JOWERS

KIRK L. JOWERS

Director, Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah

Bio

Kirk L. Jowers is the Director of the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics.  He also is University of Utah’s  Director of Federal Relations, Chief Advisor to the Office of Global Engagement, and an Associate Professor of Political Science. In addition, he is a partner in the Washington, DC, law firm of Caplin & Drysdale’s Political Law practice. Mr. Jowers currently serves on more than a dozen boards and committees, including as a member of Governor Herbert’s Advisory Team and founding member, and Executive Committee member, of Count My Vote. He previously served as Chairman of the Governor’s Commission on Strengthening Utah’s Democracy, a Member of the Utah Constitutional Revision Commission, and Chairman and General Counsel of Governor Mitt Romney’s Commonwealth PACs. Mr. Jowers has provided legal and political advice to state and national political parties, more than 30 congressional and gubernatorial candidates, Fortune 500 corporations, non-profit organizations, and five presidential campaigns. Described by the Salt Lake Tribune as the “most quoted man in Utah,” he is a frequent media commentator and lecturer on politics, policy matters, campaign finance laws, government ethics, and the First Amendment, and is the author of several publications. He is a graduate of the University of Utah and Harvard Law School and is the 2007 recipient of the University of Utah’s Par Excellence Award.  Mr. Jowers is married to Kristen Jowers and has five children.

ALAN MATHESON

ALAN MATHESON

Senior Environmental Advisor to Utah Governor Gary Herbert

Bio

Alan Matheson has been the Senior Environmental Advisor to Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert since October, 2011 and State Planning Coordinator since September, 2013. In these roles, he oversees “Your Utah Your Future” — a major statewide growth-planning initiative, coordinates planning efforts among state agencies, and works closely with stakeholders throughout Utah to develop sound natural resource and environmental policy and implement environmental initiatives.

Alan previously served as Executive Director of Envision Utah, where he oversaw numerous regional initiatives to help communities address growth challenges in ways consistent with their values. He has consulted with dozens of regions around the country and has published articles on water, transportation and land use. He has additional experience as a partner in a Phoenix law firm, as senior attorney and environmental policy advisor for Arizona’s largest electric utility, and as the founding director of the Utah Water Project.

Alan has served on several boards and committees, including the Western Governors’ Association Staff Advisory Council (Chair), Envision Utah Board of Trustees (Vice Chair), Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) board (Secretary), Wasatch Front Regional Council, Mountain Accord Management and Executive Committees, and the Sandy City Planning Commission (Chair). Alan received his A.B. in International Relations from Stanford University and graduated from the UCLA School of Law where he was an editor of the UCLA Law Review. He received the 2013 Sandy City “Key to the City” and the 2014 League of Women Voters Community Service Award, and was a finalist for the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

LEILANI MÜNTER

LEILANI MÜNTER

Race Car Driver and Environmental Leader

Bio

Leilani likes to be on the front line with her activism. In 2007, she became the first carbon neutral race car driver when she made the commitment to adopt an acre of rainforest for every race she runs to offset the carbon footprint of her race car. She has continued this commitment ever since. In 2008, Leilani became the first Ambassador of the National Wildlife Federation and made several trips to Capitol Hill to speak with members of Congress on behalf of clean energy legislation alongside climate change scientists. She has spoken on the steps of Capitol Hill alongside Senators Barbara Boxer and John Kerry. After meeting with her, Senator Elizabeth Dole called Leilani “a woman on a mission.” In 2010, Leilani was one of the first activists to visit the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, eventually making two trips to areas of Louisiana devastated by the oil spill and appearing on a live interview with MSNBC from the spill.

Leilani also made three trips to Japan in 2010 and 2011 as a volunteer for Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project, spending several weeks in the small town of Taiji documenting the dolphin slaughter depicted in the Academy Award winning documentary “The Cove.” In 2011 Leilani organized for the Empire State Building to be lit up red, in honor of the memory of the thousands of dolphins whose lives have been lost in the cove. She flipped the switch alongside director of “The Cove” Louie Psihoyos, world renowned dolphin activist Ric O’Barry, and actor John Leguizamo. She later took her dolphin activism to the race trck when she  drove “The Cove” race car to Daytona and gave away 1000 DVDs of the film to race fans. The car was funded completely by donations from fans of dolphins, Leilani and the film.

Ana C. Rold

Ana C. Rold

Editor-in-Chief, Diplomatic Courier

Bio

Ana C. Rold is the CEO and Publisher of the Diplomatic Courier, a global affairs media network based in Washington, DC. Ms. Rold also teaches Comparative Politics and Political Science at Northeastern University. She has served as the Editor-in-Chief of the annual commemorative publications of the G7, G20, and APEC Summits since 2009. Ms. Rold is also a co-founder of corporate publishing firm, Medauras Global, which specializes on private and public sector special reports, events, books, and publications. Rold is a member of the National Press Club, an Advisory Board Member of the Council of Women’s Democracy Network (WDN) and the Center for Education Diplomacy.

IAN SHELLEDY

IAN SHELLEDY

Executive Director and Co-Founder, Sustainable Startups

Bio

Ian Shelledy is the co-founder and Exectuive Director of Sustainable Startups, a non-profit organization dedicated to growing entrepreneurs committed to the “triple bottom-line.” Previously, he has worked in clean tech commercialization, watershed management and public deliberation.  Ian has an M.A. focused in sustainable development and public administration from Colorado State University.

TODD STEVENS

TODD STEVENS

Co-Founder and Managing Director, RenewableTech Ventures

Bio

Mr. Stevens is the co-founder of RenewableTech Venture Fund and is a leading energy and clean technology investor in the Rocky Mountain region. RenewableTech Ventures has completed five investments with a focus on renewable energy and clean technology companies in the Rocky Mountain region of the US and Canada. Prior to founding RenewableTech Ventures, Mr. Stevens was Founder and Managing Director of Wasatch Venture Fund, now EPIC Ventures from 1993 to 2009. Mr. Stevens was also Manager of the Zions Bank Venture Capital Department from 1993 to 2009. During his 20 years career as a venture capitalist, Mr. Stevens has raised seven venture funds focused on early stage technology companies with commitments totaling over $250 million. Prior to his venture capital career, Mr. Stevens was a development and finance executive in the independent power/ cogeneration industry from 1988 to 1991. He assisted in developing over 300 MW of cogeneration and renewable energy projects including wind, hydro, biomass and geothermal power plants and has financed over $400 million in energy projects. He also worked as a real estate executive in Chicago, Illinois with Homart Development from 1985 to 1988. Mr. Stevens received his undergraduate degree from the University of Utah, cum laude, in Accounting and Management and received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Graduate School of Business.

BILL WILSON

BILL WILSON

President, Sustain3, Inc.

Bio

Bill spent the first 16 years of his professional career with Intel in various business development and account executive roles. His passion for sustainability led him down the solar energy path where Bill became a Principal with Utah Solar & Alternative Energy in 2008.

In 2010, Bill became one of three Principals for DwellTek, a company providing home energy efficiency services and energy audits, in addition to solar energy design and installations. DwellTek was the first Certified Benefits Corporation in the state of Utah. Bill’s tenure at DwellTek taught him the intricacies of the importance of building occupancy behavior as it relates to energy savings.

In an effort to play a larger role in the sustainability space, Bill founded Sustain3, a platform that educates and engages employees around energy efficiency and sustainability both at work and at home.

Bill is deeply involved in all aspects of the business from product development and implementation to business development and operations. The platform has successfully been running for 11 months at Varian Medical Systems affecting a measurable positive impact to the behavior of the building occupants.

Sustain3 and Architectural Nexus are collaborating on LEED for Existing Buildings at Varian Medical Systems, combining the energy monitoring and quantification skills of Architectural Nexus with the behavior component of Sustain3.

A second collaboration effort is now underway at the University of Utah. There we have implemented a program to engage the Faculty, staff and students at the College of Science to conserve energy through behavior change and competition.

Bill is also Board Chair of P3 Utah, a business network for People, Planet and Profit. In this capacity, Bill helped drive the passing of SB0133, a bill introducing Benefit Corporation legislation to the state of Utah, which passed 96 – 0. In addition to policy work and networking events, Bill manages Green Team Exchange events and is a thought leader in sustainability in the state of Utah.

TED WILSON

TED WILSON

Executive Director of the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) and former Salt Lake City Mayor

Bio

Ted Wilson was born May 18, 1939, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended schools in Salt Lake City, graduating from South High School in 1957 and from the University of Utah in 1964, with a B.S. degree in Political Science. He received a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Washington in 1969. In 1983, he received an honorary Doctorate of Laws from Westminster College of Salt Lake City.

From 1957-1963. He served in the Utah Army National Guard and was activated to full time status during the Berlin Crisis. He was an instructor at the Leysin American School, Leysin, Switzerland for one year. He also taught economics at Skyline High School, Salt Lake City, Utah for seven years. During the summer months of 1966 to 1969 he was a mountaineering park ranger in Grand Teton National Park.

He was appointed Chief of Staff to Congressman Wayne Owens in March of 1973. In April 1975 he was appointed to direct the Department of Social Services in Salt Lake County. In November, 1975 he was elected as Mayor of Salt Lake City. He served as Mayor until July 1, 1985 when he became the Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah. Retiring from the Hinckley Institute in September, 2003, Wilson retains status as Professor Emeritus of political science. Wilson is a founder of the Exoro Co, an advocacy firm.   In 2005 Wilson was appointed founding director of the Barbara L. and Norman C. Tanner Center for Nonviolent Human Rights Advocacy where he raised over a million dollars in funding. Recently, he was the director of the Utah Rivers Council, an environmental group that advocates healthy rivers and river enjoyment. He is retired from teaching but still teaches occasional classes at the University of Utah in the Honors Program.

In 1988, he was the Democratic candidate for Governor of the State of Utah. In 1991, Wilson was selected by the Harvard University John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics as an institute fellow during the Autumn Semester.

Personal travel to India has allowed Wilson to study and understand the Indian system of government. Wilson has made thirteen trips to India with six leading university student expeditions and was instrumental in organizing the International Semester Program at the University of Utah. During those visits, he has met with the Dalai Lama, and led efforts to build housing for Tibetan Refugees in Bir, a community hall in Leh, Ladhk and a school in Kotwara.

Wilson loves the sport of mountaineering and has made many first ascents on mountain climbing routes in Utah, in the Tetons, and has climbed in other ranges including the Alps, Alaska, Andes, and the Himalaya. Wilson has established three climbing schools still in operation and was a climbing ranger in Grand Teton National Park, He received the Department of the Interior Valor award for a mountain rescue on the North Face of the Grand Teton in 1967.

Wilson is married to Holly Mullen, former columnist for the Salt Lake Tribune and former editor of City Weekly. Mullen is now director of the Rape Recovery Center. From his previous marriage to Kathryn Carling, Wilson has five children. He is step dad to Mullen’s two children.

Ted Wilson serves as chairman of the Governor’s Council on Balanced Resources and is the director of the Utah Clean Air Partnership, Inc. (UCAIR.)

He enjoys bicycling, skiing, rock climbing, river running, fishing, and back packing with his family. A favorite hobby is watching Utah future.

SARAH WRIGHT

SARAH WRIGHT

Executive Director, Utah Clean Energy

Bio

As founder of Utah Clean Energy, Sarah has a proven record of accomplishment in the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency within the state of Utah. As Executive Director, she has effectively fostered diverse partnerships with state agencies, municipal governments, industry, agricultural groups and community groups to advance clean energy solutions. She is an intervener in regulatory proceedings and a witness in legislative hearings testifying in support of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Sarah brings over fifteen years experience with the Utah industry where she served as an environmental consultant providing occupational health and ambient air quality permitting services. Sarah holds a B.S. in Geology from Bradley University, and an M.S. in Public Health from the University of Utah.

HOSTS

SPONSORS & PARTNERS

AGENDA

8:00 AM

BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION

8:30 AM

WELCOME REMARKS

Ana C. Rold

CEO and Publisher, Diplomatic Courier

Kirk L. Jowers

Director, Hinckley Institute of Politics

8:45 AM

KEYNOTE REMARKS

Governor Gary Herbert

Governor of Utah

9:15 AM

SPECIAL REMARKS: SMART CITIES

Ralph Becker

Mayor of Salt Lake City

9:45 AM

PANEL I: CLEAN AIR

Ted Wilson

Executive Director of the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) and former Salt Lake City Mayor

Dustin Haggett

Co-Founder and CEO, Impact Hub Salt Lake

Ryan Evans

Vice President of Business and Community Relations, Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce

Steven Bergstrom

Director of the Office of Sustainability, Intermountain Healthcare

Bill Allred

Host, X-96 Radio From Hell

10:40 AM

PANEL II: CLEAN ENERGY

Alan Matheson

Senior Environmental Advisor to Utah Governor Gary Herbert

Priyanka Bakaya

CEO and Founder, PK Clean

Todd Stevens

Co-Founder and Managing Director, RenewableTech Ventures

Sarah Wright

Executive Director, Utah Clean Energy

Chrisella Herzog

Managing Editor, Diplomatic Courier

11:20 AM

PANEL III: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR ACTION

Ian Shelledy

Executive Director and Co-Founder, Sustainable Startups

Robert Grow

President and CEO, Envision Utah

Bill Wilson

President, Sustain3, Inc.

Chelsea Haviland

Host, Park City TV

12:30 PM

LUNCHEON & KEYNOTE REMARKS

Leilani Münter

Race Car Driver and Environmental Leader

PUBLICATIONS

Contact the Organizer