GLIDE 2019 is heading to San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Sonoma County September 8-11, 2019. This four day, three night trip will explore two critical areas of growth for our region: technology and tourism.
As always, GLI is focusing on initiatives that lead to regional business and talent attraction and growth. GLIDE 2019 will take us to the world’s foremost technology hotbed to gain a much deeper understanding of tech business, investment and workforce. Then we will extend on to California wine country to see what that region may teach us about our own bourbon tourism, or “bourbonism”. We will use this year’s intercity leadership expedition to build on the momentum of our region and implement best practices from the experts in tourism and modern technology.
GLIDE has become one of the community’s most valuable opportunities to build collaboration and make positive changes in our region. This trip is designed to provide community representatives, elected officials, entrepreneurs, education delegates and business leaders, an opportunity to see how selected cities have overcome obstacles and achieved success. Recent trips have taken us to hot cities like Denver, Nashville, Austin, Portland, and Charlotte.
We will spend the first two nights in downtown San Francisco, which will serve as our home base as we explore the magic of Silicon Valley. Then the group will move out to Sonoma County for the last two days of the trip. Being San Francisco, extensions and significant others are encouraged.
Registration is $3200* and includes four days and three night hotel accommodations, all meals, snacks, receptions, ground transportation and briefing materials. Register early as the last three GLIDE trips have sold out well in advance.
There are recommended flight provided by Southwest Airlines
*All attendees are responsible for their own flight, there will not be a charter flight.
September 8th Departure from SDF to SFO 7:40am-11:40am: Southwest Airlines #4777/4171 (connection in Phoenix)
September 11th Departure from SFO to SDF 2:05pm-11:10pm: Southwest Airlines #455/13387 (connection in Denver)
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Want to come early or stay longer? Discounted hotel rates are available for early-arrival in San Francisco and extended stay in Sonoma. Contact Miriam Nally 502.625.0156 for booking details.
Council Member, Brent Ackerson, Louisville Metro Council
Raelyn Adkins, Beam Suntory
Jim Allen, Hilliard Lyons
Mike Ash, Fifth Third Bank Kentucky
Matt Ayers, Norton Healthcare
Lourdes Baez, Baptist Health
Cleo Battle, Louisville Tourism
Duffy Baker, CHASE
David Beck, Kentucky Venues
Lonnie Bellar, LG&E-KU
Matt Berrian, BKD, LLP
David Bizianes, Oldham Chamber & Economic Development
Christen Boone, Fund for the Arts
Jim Bopp, Southwest Airlines
Jamie Brodsky, Stoll Keenon Odgen PLLC
David Brown, The Underwriters Group
Spencer Bruce, Louisville Water Company
Eric Burnette, Louisville Forward
Jeff Busick, McCarthy Strategic Solutions
Jeff Calderon, DMLO CPAs
Nick Chitwood, LDG Development, LLC
Lisa Clark, Merrill Private Wealth Management
Toni Clem, Scoppechio
Gerard Colman, Baptist Health
Bob Connolly, Stites & Harbison
Tim Corrigan, The Rotunda Group
John Crockett, LG&E-KU
Brian Cromer, Stites & Harbison
Jim Dahlem, Dahlem Company, Inc
Nick D’Andrea, UPS
Michael Dees, BluMine Health
Susan Donovan, Bellarmine University
Dan Dry, PriceWeber
Tommy Elliott, Old National Bank
Rudy Ellis, YPAL
Chris Estes, EOP Architects
Mark Farmer, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs
Nick Fears, Wehr Constructions, Inc.
Randy Frantz, TARC
Vernon Foster, University of Louisville – College of Business
Council Member, Mark Fox, Louisville Metro Council
Council Member, Nicole George Louisville Metro Council
Paul Goatley, Fisher Phillips
Mariah Gratz, Weyland Ventures
Jason Groneck, GBBN Architects, Inc.
Tim Hagerty, Frost Brown Todd LLC
Amber Halloran, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
David Hardy, CBRE
Kelley Helgeson-Kosse, H2R Consulting
Julie Hermann, Julie Pogue Properties
Scott Herrmann, Hosparus Health
John Hollenbach, Hollenbach-Oakley, LLC
Jill Horn, Brown-Forman
Steph Horne, Horne Title and Escrow Services, LLC
Flev Hughes, Southwest Airlines
Mark Hurst, Stoll Keenon Ogden
Jim Irving, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
Council President, David James, Louisville Metro Council
Denise Jerome, Michaelis Events
Kevin Joynt, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Brian Keith, Koetter Construction, Inc.
Joe Kelley, Kelley Construction Inc.
Cynthia Knapek, Leadership Louisville Center
Bob Koetter, Koetter Construction, Inc.
Glenn Kosse, Bellarmine University
Jeff Kurt, Miranda Construction
Riggs Lewis, Norton Healthcare
Tom McMahon, Humana
George McMinn, Messer Construction
Todd Magner, Koetter Construction, Inc.
Rebecca Matheny, Louisville Downtown Partnership
Nick Mattingly, SwitcherStudio
Jeff McKenzie, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
Diane Medley, MCM CPAs and Advisors
John Megibben, Messer Construction
Dr. Todd Mooradian, University of Louisville – College of Business
John Moore, Atria Senior Living Inc.
Joseph Neary, University of Louisville – College of Business
Jim Newberry, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
Chris Nolan, MML&K Government Solutions
Patrick O’Daniel, The Underwriters Group
Don Parkinson, Commonwealth of Kentucky
William Paynter, Tier 3 Technologies
Julie Pogue, Julie Pogue Properties
Jean Porter, Louisville Forward
Theresa Reno-Weber, Metro United Way, Inc.
Kendrick Riggs, Stoll Keenon Odgen PLLC
Ferdinand Risco, Transit Authority of River City (TARC)
Charlie Scholtz, Brown-Forman
Camilla Schroeder, Advance Ready Mix Concrete, Inc.
John Schroeder, Advance Ready Mix Concrete, Inc.
Curtiss Scott, Todd Asset Management, LLC
Ben Simmons, EOP Architects
Kevin Smith, Beam Suntory
Brad Smith, MCM CPAs and Advisors
Joe Steier, Signature Healthcare
Doug Stough, AssuredPartners
Bill Strench, Frost Brown Todd LLC
Ray Strothman, Strothman and Company
William Summers, Republic Bank
John Talbott, Bardenwerper, Talbott & Roberts, PLLC
David Tate, BKD, LLP
Anna Tatman, Rosa Mosaic & Tile Company
Mary Thompson, The Underwriters Group
Andy Treinen, Frazier History Museum
Purna Veer, V-Soft Consulting Group Inc.
Darrell Wells, Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company
Mark Wheeler, Central Bank
Mary Ellen Wiederwohl, Louisville Forward
Jennifer Willis, Humana
Council Member, Markus Winkler, Louisville Metro Council
David Wombwell, U.S. Bank
Council Member, David Yates, Louisville Metro Council
Stacey Yates, Louisville Tourism
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