1:30 PM: Doors open – Check in
2:00 PM: Welcome; Program Starts promptly -
Moderator, Clyde Hoey, Vice Chair, FHR
2:00-2:15: Regional History
John V. Quarstein, Historian
2:20-2:50: Keynote Speaker
Fellow, Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program & Director,
Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative
Regionalism – The Essential Path for Success:
Do You Have a Future
in Hampton Roads?
3:00-4:00: Panel of Futurists
4:15 – 4:40: Extended Q&A
Joe S. Frank, Mayor, Newport News
Regional Law Enforcement
Willie Session, FBI Regional Office
Ray Taylor, President, FHR
Randy Gilliland, Chair, Green Jobs
4:40 – 5:00: The Regional Call to Action
5:10 – 6:30: Reception and Endless discussion on Regionalism with Gen-X and Gen-Y Future Regional Leaders
FUTURE OF HAMPTON ROADS PRESENTS
Metropolitan Policy Program
Director, Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative.
The Initiative was established to address the pressing transportation and infrastructure challenges facing cities, suburbs and regions in the United States.
"A Bridge to Somewhere: Rethinking American Transportation for the 21st Century"
"America’s Infrastructure: Ramping Up or Crashing Down?"
"Challenges Ahead: New Urban Demographics and Impacts on Transportation," "A Review of the Land Use Regulations in the Nation's 50 Largest Metropolitan Areas"
"Prosperity at Risk: Toward a Competitive New Jersey,"
"One Fifth of the Nation: A Profile of Change in America’s First Suburbs."