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Wednesday, October 7 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Greenbelt Alliance
Limited Capacity seats available
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Session Title: Why Smart Growth Matters for our Economy and Environment 

Join this discussion on urban expansion and how that growth makes a huge impact on the economic viability and future of the Bay Area. Find out why land use matters to everyone who lives, works, and plays here, and what companies, nonprofits, and government can do together to help. Attendees will get glimpse of how Greenbelt Alliance helps shape the rules that make cities, towns, and neighborhoods better places to live.

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company: Please take the elevator or stairs up to the 4th floor. Our office is in Suite 402, right across from the elevator. Don't be shy about ringing the doorbell! If arriving by BART, get off at either the Montgomery or Powell station. If arriving by MUNI, go to 511.org to see which line to take. If arriving by car, you can park at the Sutter-Stockton Garage at 444 Stockton St.

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Jeremy Madsen

CEO, Greenbelt Alliance

Host Companies

David Capelli

Commissioner, Miami-Dade County Board of Millennials
David Capelli is Founder & CEO of TECH Miami Inc., a Smart + Future Cities firm focused on developing & executing actionable plans for smart infrastructure private public partnerships (P3). Capelli is co-founder of the first Smart Cohort that provides research & training for regional... Read More →
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Stephen Lockert

Registration Manager, NewCo Platform
We’re lucky to have Stephen, who has deep roots in the festival and event management business. He most recently helped to produce the Sonoma Grand Fondo and the Rivertown Revival, and also has worked in marketing, retail, and politics, among many other fields.