Date & Time
Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Session 1A - Emerging Innovations in Health
Innovators across the U.S. are creating ways to serve patients better quality care at lower costs.  Panelists will share their work toward this goal, as well as government barriers they see getting in their way by blocking innovation, driving up costs, or reducing quality.
Moderator: Nina Owcharenko Schaefer
Senior Research Fellow, Domestic Policy Studies, Health Policy, The Heritage Foundation
Raj Garg, M.D., J.D.
President and CEO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Lee Gross, M.D.
President, Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation
Rita Numerof, Ph.D.
Co-founder and President, Numerof & Associates
Session 1B - A Better Environmental Worldview for People and Natural Resources
The left has long dominated the environmental debate, advancing an agenda harmful to freedom and natural resource stewardship.  In the principles of the American Conservation Ethic, conservatives have established a superior worldview based on principles that advance responsible management of natural resources.  Now is the time to aggresively challenge the roots of the left's agenda.
Moderator: Rob Gordon
Senior Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy, The Heritage Foundation
Mike Fowlks
Deputy Director, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Kathleen Hartnett White
Director, Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment, and Senior Fellow, Life: Powered, Texas Public Policy Foundation
Becky Norton Dunlop
Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Session 1C - Communications Workshop: Challenging Censorship of Conservatives
Conservatives are silenced and censored in our culture, in the work place, and our communities.  Even with facts on our side, the opposition out-messages us.  How can we develop effective strategies to turn this around?
Moderator: Rob Bluey
Vice President, Communications, The Heritage Foundation and Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Signal
James Bowers
Senior Vice President, Berman and Company
Brian Glicklich
Chairman, Sitrick and Company
Brooke Oberwetter
Manager of External Affairs, Facebook

Session 1D - Development Workshop: Your Overall Development Strategy
Regardless of our mission or goals, without money, there is no mission.  From setting up your development operation, attracting and retaining top talent, and working with a consultant, this workshop will provide you with practical tips and insights to help you raise more for your cause.
Moderator: Jeffrey Trimbath
Senior Advisor to the President for Donor Relations and John Von Kannon Fellow in Philanthropy, The Heritage Foundation
Ann Fitzgerald
President, AC Fitzgerald & Associates
Doug Schneider
Managing Partner, American Philanthropic