Name
BREAKOUT SESSIONS: INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS AND ROUNDTABLES
Date & Time
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Description
 
SESSION 2A - MASTERING MOVES MANAGEMENT: CULTIVATION, SOLICITATION, AND STEWARDSHIP OF MAJOR GIFT DONORS
Bill Sturtevant is known as the "Apostle of Moves Management" in the fundraising world because of his approach that focuses on donor cultivation and relationship building.  This workshop will share a pragmatic, workable framework for managing long-term donor relations and specific tools and roadmaps for successful major gifts fundraising.
 
  • Moderator: Andrew McIndoe, Vice President, Development, The Heritage Foundation
  • William Sturtevant, President, Sturevant Fundraising Consulting
 
SESSION 2B - STATE HEALTHCARE INNOVATIONS
States are making real strides in reforming healthcare in their states.  This immersive workshop session will focus on the ways states are leading to bring down costs, increase choices and improve quality of care, and discuss potential federal action that could further these efforts.
 
  • Moderator: Nina Schaefer, Senior Research Fellow, Domestic Policy Studies, The Heritage Foundation
  • Naomi Lopez Bauman, Director of Healthcare Policy, Goldwater Institute
  • Victoria Eardley, Research Fellow, The Foundation for Government Accountability
  • Dennis Smith, Special Adviser on Medicaid, Arkansas Department of Human Services
  • Kyle Wingfield, President and CEO, Georgia Public Policy Foundation
 
SESSION 2C - WHAT'S BEHIND THE GREEN NEW DEAL: HOW DO WE RESPOND?
The Green New Deal proposes radical changes to America's energy, transportation, agricultural and manufacturing sectors all in the name of combatting global warming.  This tax, spend, and regulate approach, would impose massive economy-wide costs. While the plan would cause electricity rates and prices at the pump to skyrocket, it would not make a difference in averting temperature increases or sea level rise.  Join us as experts discuss the climate science, economics and politics behind the Green New Deal.
 
  • Moderator: Nick Loris, Deputy Director of the Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies and Herbert and Joyce Morgan Fellow in Energy and Environmental Policy, The Heritage Foundation
  • Myron Ebell, Director, Center for Energy and Environment, Competitive Enterprise Institute
  • Thomas Pyle, President, Institute for Energy Research
  • Ben Zycher, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
 
SESSION 2D - THE FUTURE OF WORK AND THE RESILIENT ECONOMY
Will the digital revolution's impact on the American worker be different from past technological shifts?  And how can the American worker be prepared for whatever future comes to pass?  Join us for an interactive discussion on what the future of work might look like and how a resilient economy, fueled by free markets, provides the American worker with the best opportunity to succeed.
 
  • Moderator: Jack Spencer, Vice President, Institute of Economic Freedom, The Heritage Foundation
  • Allison Ball, State Treasurer, Commonwealth of Kentucky
  • Kent Lassman, President and CEO, Competitive Enterprise Institute
  • Stephen Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Project for Economic Growth, The Heritage Foundation
 
EXCLUSIVE SESSION FOR RISING LEADERS FELLOWS - FIRST PRINCIPLES
(by invitation only)
 
  • David Azerrad, Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and AWC Family Foundation Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
 
MEDIA INTERVIEW TRAINING hosted by Leadership Institute.  Click here for more information and to register.