July 18-19, 2013
This two-day national summit – to be held at Georgetown Law School – will focus on addressing the unique but common challenges and opportunities facing America’s suburbs and diverse middle class communities. Summit participants will include local leaders from across the country representing municipal government, school districts, the faith community, labor, business and civil rights organizations. The summit will involve and engage members of the Obama administration and Congress, and will feature sessions to help practitioners and policy-makers better understand and act on our common challenges and opportunities with a bi-partisan approach to non-partisan issues at both the state and national level.
Building One America Members: $125 (before May 15) – $175 (After May 15)
Non-Members: $200 (before May 15) – $250 (After May 15)
Summit attendees will be responsible for making their own hotel arrangements. Building One America is reserving a block of double rooms at the Hyatt Regency Washington at the discounted rate of $209 (plus tax).
July 16-19, 2013
Tuesday 6:00 pm to Friday 4:00 pm
Georgetown University Law School, Washington, D.C.
Building One America’s annual leadership institute will take place this year at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. immediately preceding and including the summit (Tuesday evening through Friday afternoon). The institute focuses on the principles, tactics, strategies, and techniques of leadership and power in the public arena.
Rates (includes registration to July 18-19 Summit)
Building One America Members
Single occupancy: $995 (before May 15) – $1095 (After May 15)
Double occupancy: $650 (before May 15) – $750 (After May 15)
Single occupancy: $1170 (before May 15) – $1270 (After May 15)
Double occupancy: $825 (before May 15) – $925 (After May 15)
Cost includes summit registration, leadership institute, meals and lodging at the Phoenix Hotel. Space for the Leadership Institute is limited. To be considered, request an application by contacting email@example.com.