One Utah Summit Program - Fall 2021

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ONEUTAH SUMMIT2021 H O S T E D AT S U U

OCTOBER 4 - 6

CEDAR CITY, UTAH 1


34th Annual Rural Summit Welcome Message Welcome to the One Utah Summit held on the beautiful Southern Utah University campus. This year marks the 34th anniversary of the Utah Rural Summit as the premier gathering place for convening Utah’s top leaders and decisionmakers to discuss rural Utah’s challenges and opportunities. The One Utah Summit proudly supports Gov. Cox’s “One Utah Roadmap” initiative focusing on rural Utah. One of the Roadmap’s six priorities is an increased focus on rural Utah and meeting its critical policy and infrastructure needs. The governor realizes a tailored approach is needed for capitalizing on opportunities in rural parts of our state while convening influencers to discuss the unique challenges. I hope you enjoy the three days of informative, fun-filled activities, and networking opportunities.

Stephen Lisonbee Senior Advisor for Rural Affairs - Office of the Governor Assistant Vice President - SUU Office of Regional Services

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Contents Maps ———————————————————————————————————————— 4 Agenda —————————————————————————————————————— 6 Featured Speakers ————————————————————————————— 10 Business Challenge ———————————————————————————— 14 Break Out Sessions ———————————————————————————— 16 Utah’s Unified Approach to Water ————————————————————— 17 Small Business & The Entrepreneurial Spirit——————————————— 18 The Future of Agristructure ————————————————————————— 19 From the Field: Tourism in the Carbon Corridor ————————————— 20 Housing: What Next—————————————————————————————— 21 Developing an Energy Workforce—————————————————————— 22 Collaborative Approach to Public Lands—————————————————— 23 The Future of Economic Opportunity———————————————————— 24 Wide Open Future - Innovation’s Next Steps——————————————— 25 Health Care Access—————————————————————————————— 26 Broadening Broadband in Utah——————————————————————— 27 Elevating Women to Lead, Inform and Inspire —————————————— 28

One Utah Summit Leadership Day ———————————————— 30 Sponsors

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Campus Map


Hunter Conference Center Map

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AGENDA October 4th & 5th, 2021

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Monday, October 4th 6:00 pm ————————————————

SUMMIT LAUNCH PARTY Beverly Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts Summit attendees are invited to join for dinner, mingling, networking, and outdoor Greenshow entertainment. • • •

PIVOT Check-in Dinner and Networking Outdoor Stage: • Welcome to the 2021 One Utah Summit • Paiute Tribal Youth Performers • Show Up, an initiative of Utah First Lady Abby Cox • Pirates of Penzance Play Seminar Discussion featuring Actors • Concluding Remarks & Transition Time

8:00 pm ———————————————— Special Showings of

PIRATES OF PENZANCE Randall L. Jones Theatre

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Tuesday October 5th MORNING 6:30 am ————————— SUMA Outdoor Patio Check-In & Patio Breakfast PIVOT Check-in Patio Breakfast & Networking

8:00 am ————————— Randall L. Jones Theatre 2021 One Utah Summit Host Welcome Stephen Lisonbee The One Utah Summit: Opportunity for All Gov. Spencer J. Cox The One Utah Approach to Energy Thom Carter Gary Hoogeveen Rural Health Check Greg Bell Tracy Gruber Farmers Feeding Utah: Connecting Utahns to the Miracle of Agriculture Ron Gibson Building Rural Communities Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson Steve Starks Cameron Diehl Teri Newell Laura Hanson Rural Champion - Partnership Join in recognizing a group of individuals that have invested in leading meaningful rural Utah efforts.

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8:00 am Continued————

10:30 am Continued ———

Economic Opportunity in Action Dan Hemmert Brad Bonham Annette Meier Stephen Neeleman

Global Economic Trends and Rural Business Opportunities Miles Hansen Jon Huntsman Jr. Missy Larsen Dave Staheli

Utah Office of Energy Development Energy Workforce Scholarships

Rural Champion - International Join in recognizing an individual who has demonstrated that rural Utah can compete in the global marketplace.

Rural Champion - Education Join in recognition of an organization that is empowering students to follow their goals through education.

10:00 am ———————— “Utah’s Own” Intermission Enjoy an intermission with some goods made in Utah’s own backyard.

10:30 am ———————— Rural Legacy Leader Participate as we recognize a leader who has contributed a lifetime of service, inspiring and touching the hearts of Rural Utah! Life of a Small Town Boy: How Growing Up in Rural Utah Shapes a Life. Couch Conversation with Gov. Spencer J. Cox Utah’s Federal Delegation on Rural Issues Sen. Mitt Romney Sen. Mike Lee Congressman Chris Stewart Congressman Blake Moore Congressman John Curtis Congressman Burgess Owens

Controlled Environment Agriculture: The Utah Opportunity David Chen

12:00 pm ———————— Enjoy a walk through Southern Utah University’s campus from the Randall L. Jones Theatre to the Sharwan Smith Center Ballroom.

12:30 pm ———————— Sharwan Smith Center Ballroom State Bank Business Challenge Enjoy lunch while watching entrepreneurs compete for over $25,000 in cash prizes. Plus, vote for the $3500 People’s Choice Award. Hosted by SUU’s Larry H. and Gail Miller Center for Entrepreneurship and sponsored by State Bank of Southern Utah.


AFTERNOON 2:00 - 5:00 pm ————

3:00 - 3:45 pm ————

4:15 - 5:00 pm ————

Exhibitor Show & Networking

Breakout Sessions - Round 1

Breakout Sessions - Round 2

Hunter Conference Center - Great Hall

Utah’s Unified Approach to Water

Collaborative Approach to Public Lands

Enjoy this new addition to the Summit by networking and socializing with organizations invested in supporting rural Utah’s initiatives.

Whiting Room Presented by - Utah Department of Natural Resources

Charles Hunter Room Presented by - Utah Parks & Tourism Certificate

Small Business & The Entrepreneurial Spirit

The Future of Economic Opportunity

Charles Hunter Room Presented by - Utah Manufacturing Association

Whiting Room Sponsor Presented by - EDCUtah

Conference WI-FI Network: suu-conference Password: welcomeback2021 Find Us On: Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn @OneUtahSummit #1UTfall

The Future of Agristructure

Wide Open Future Innovation’s Next Steps

Sage Room Presented by - Grōv Technologies

Shooting Star Room Sponsor Presented by - Utah MEP

Tourism In the Swell and Carbon Corridor

Health Care Access

Vermillion Room Presented by - Union Pacific

Yankee Meadow Presented by - Utah Center for Rural Health

Housing: What’s Next?

Broadening Broadband in Utah

Yankee Room Sponsor Presented by - Colmena Group

Sage Room Presented by - Utah Broadband Center

Developing an Energy Workforce Through Education

Elevating Women to Lead, Inform and Inspire

Shooting Star Room Sponsor Presented by - Rio Tinto

Vermillion Room Presented by - Utah Department of Culture and Community Engagement

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

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One Utah Summit Host Stephen Lisonbee Senior Advisor for Rural Affairs & Assistant Vice President SUU Office of Regional Services

The One Utah Summit: Opportunity for All Spencer J. Cox

Governor of the State of Utah

The One Utah Approach to Energy 01 Thom Carter

Governor’s Energy Advisor, Executive Director of the Utah Office of Energy Development

02 Gary Hoogeveen

President & CEO, Rocky Mountain Power

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Rural Health Check 01 Greg Bell

President & CEO of the Utah Hospital Association

02 Tracy Gruber

Executive Director, Utah Department of Human Services

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Farmers Feeding Utah: Connecting Utahns to the Miracle of Agriculture 01 Ron Gibson

President - Utah Farm Bureau

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Building Rural Communities 03

01 Deidre Henderson 04 Teri Newell Lieutenant Governor of Utah

02 Steve Starks

Chief Executive Officer - Larry H. Miller Group of Companies

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Deputy Director - Utah Department of Transportation

05 Laura Hanson

State Planning Coordinator

03 Cameron Diehl Executive Director - Utah League of Cities and Towns

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Economic Opportunity in Action 01

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01 Dan Hemmert

03 Annette Meier

02 Brad Bonham

04 Stephen Neeleman

Executive Director - Governors Office of Economic Opportunity CEO & Co-founder Walker Edison

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President & CEO - Superior Drilling Products Founder & Vice Chairman - HealthEquity


Life of a Small Town Boy: How Growing Up in Rural Utah Shapes a Life Spencer J. Cox

Governor of the State of Utah

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01 Miles Hansen President & CEO - World Trade Center Utah

03 Missy Larsen

Vice President, Philanthropy & Community Impact

02 Jon Huntsman Jr. 04 Dave Staheli U.S. Ambassador

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President & CEO - Staheli West

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Controlled Environment Agriculture: The Utah Opportunity David Chen

CEO & Chairman of Equilibrium

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State Bank

BUSINESS CHALLENGE

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Finale Moderator & Judges

01 Eric Schmutz

President & CEO - State Bank of Southern Utah

02 Carine Clark 01

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General Partner - Pelion Venture Partners

03 Rich Christiansen

Chairman - SUU Board of Trustees

04 Steve Starks

Chief Executive Officer - Larry H. Miller Group of Companies

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Governor of the State of Utah

06 Tyler Stillman

Director - Larry H and Gail Miller Center for Entrepreneurship

07 Michelle Tullis

Vice President - State Bank of Southern Utah

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Chair - SUU Entrepreneur Leadership Council

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njoy lunch while watching entrepreneurs compete for over $25,000 in cash prizes. Plus, vote for the $3500 People’s Choice Award. Hosted by SUU’s Larry H. and Gail Miller Center for Entrepreneurship and sponsored by State Bank of Southern Utah.

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BREAKOUT SESSIONS

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Utah’s Unified Approach to Water Presented by the Utah Department of Natural Resources

Moderator

01 Brian Steed

Executive Director - Utah Department of Natural Resources

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tah stands at a crossroads on growth and water availability. This panel will discuss how Utah is planning to meet water needs today and into the future. Participants will get a front-row seat to hear the most current updates on innovations, policy, and opportunities.

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02 Gene Shawcroft

General Manager - Central Utah Water Conservancy District

03 Zac Renstrom

General Manager- Washington County Water Conservancy District

04 Teresa Wilhelmsen

State Engineer & Director - Utah Division of Water Rights

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Small Business & The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Presented by the Utah Manufacturing Association

Moderator

01 Ryan Starks

Managing Director of Business Services Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity

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ural Utah has a long history of being innovators, fostering the entrepreneurial spirit, and starring small businesses. Now, more than ever, we have a window to reinforce the opportunities and foster regional innovation. The environment is right and the tools are available. Join this discussion on how to make it happen.

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02 Angela Martinez

Regional Director - U.S. Economic Development Administration

03 Linda Cabrales

Director - Utah Innovation Center

04 Trent Christensen

President & CEO of VentureCapital

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05 Todd Bingham

President & CEO Utah Manufacturers Association

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The Future of Agristructure Presented by Grōv Technologies

Moderator

01 Craig Buttars

Commissioner - Utah Department of Agriculture and Food

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gristructure, or agriculture infrastructure, will be critical for the future of agriculture and rural communities in the State of Utah. This panel will discuss many of the factors that will go into building this infrastructure to help our agricultural communities thrive in the future.

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02 Steve Lindsley

President - Grōv Technologies

03 Ken White

Vice President & Dean - USU

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04 Jill Flygare

Chief Operating Officer - Utah Inland Port Authority

05 David Brown

President & CEO - Western AgCredit

06 Erin Sorenson

Young Farmers and Ranchers State Chair - Utah Farm Bureau

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07 Sterling Brown

General Manager - USU Department of Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences

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Tourism In the Swell and Carbon Corridor

Presented by Union Pacific

Moderator

01 Natalie Randall

Executive Director - Utah Tourism Industry Association

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tah’s Visitor economy is maturing throughout the state. Your community’s tourism product is an asset that can support your sommunity and economic development goals. Join a panel discussion with Carbon and Emery Country partners on how they have been able to engage with stakeholders, strategize their desination development efforts, and build out their visitor economy and product.

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02 Lenise Peterman Mayor of Helper City

03 Rita Vigor

Director of Tourism & Economic Development - Carbon County

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04 Adriana Chimaras

Director of Tourism - Emery County

05 Flint Timmins

Destination Development Specialist - Utah Office of Tourism

06 Tina Henrie 04

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Tourism Specialist - Carbon County


Housing: What’s Next? Presented by Colmena Group Moderator

01 Christina Oliver

Director - Housing and Community Development

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ousing is a foundational part of a healthy community. To ensure it stays current you need information, strategies, partners, and innovation. Enjoy this panel discussion that will provide an overview of what is going on in Utah and what our rural communities can do to stay connected as they meet their local needs.

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02 Lance Bullen

President - Colmena Group

03 Dave Damschen

President & CEO - Utah Housing Corporation

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04 Jacob Anderegg Utah State Senator

05 Ben Hart

Deputy Director - Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity

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Utah State Representative

07Jim Wood

Ivory-Boyer Senior Fellow - University of Utah Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute

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Developing an Energy Workforce Through Education Pathways

Presented by Rio Tinto

Moderator

01 Guille Pelaez

Education Program Specialist Utah Office of Energy

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nergy is a growing and important industry in Utah, and specifically in Rural Utah. Our panel will discuss what we, as a state, need to ensure we have a bright energy future from an education perspective.

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What workforce do we need, what education do we need, and what are the many paths to get there? Presenters

02 Tami Goetz

Director - STEM Action Center

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03 Ibi Guevara

Vice President of Business Development and Marketing - Hunt Electric

04 Dr. Laura Nelson FJ Management

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05 Lowry Snow

Utah State Representative

06 Irene Hansen

Duchesne County Commissioner & Executive Director - Duchesne County Economic Development

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Collaborative Approach to Public Lands Presented by the Utah Parks & Tourism Certificate

Moderator

01 Redge Johnson

Executive Director - Public Lands Policy and Coordinating Office

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ublic lands dominate Utah’s landscape. With 67% of the state being owned by the Federal government, these lands are critical to our economy, culture, and lifestyle. Everyone uses and enjoys public lands in their own way. Recreation, whether it be park visitation, climbing, biking, or hiking deep into the backcountry, can and does coexist with responsible extractive industries. Both are responsible for fueling the state’s economic engine. Timber harvesting, mining, and grazing are traditional uses that currently coexist with Utah’s broad recreational portfolio. This panel will discuss how creative planning and collaboration can promote conservation and land uses that are not mutually exclusive. Join us for a discussion of how ‘One Utah’ really can do it all. Presenters

02 Kaitlynn Glover

Executive Director of the Public Lands Council

03 Natalie Randall

Executive Director - Utah Tourism Industry Association

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04 Jon Cox

Vice President & Government Affairs Rep - Rocky Mountain Power

05 Laura Ault

Shared Stewardship Coordinator - Utah Division of Forestry, Fire, & State Lands

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Executive Director - Department of Environmental Quality

07 Tom Adams

Chief Operating Officer - Petzl America

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The Future of Economic Opportunity

Presented by EDCUtah

Moderator

01 Dan Hemmert

Executive Director - Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity

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he Unified Economic Opportunity Commission launched in 2021! It is rewriting the economic development policy for the state of Utah, including reviewing the incentives for corporate recruitment & expansion while aligning workforce development, education, infrastructure, and business engagement policy. Learn the impact this is having on rural Utah.

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02 Theresa Foxley

President & CEO - Economic Development Corporation of Utah

03 Miles Hansen

President & CEO - World Trade Center Utah

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04 Sophia Dicaro

Executive Director, Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget

05 Carl Albrecht

Utah State Representative

06 Scott Sandall 04

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Utah State Senator


Wide Open Future: Innovation’s Next Steps Presented by Utah MEP

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et’s move Rural Utah forward like we’ve never seen before! The key ingredients include people with passions for what they are doing, partners willing to work together, and the right investments. Enjoy hearing from a panel who is on the cutting edge of innovation in rural Utah from the use of technology to find a new way of engaging with a National Park to state government collaboration that is making remote & rural work a normal business strategy, to how the P3 model creates win/win/win situations. Presenters

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02 Nicole Cottle Advisor - P3+

03 Jesse Turley

Managing Director & Private Client Advisor - Bank of America

04 Jenney Rees

Executive Director - Utah Department of Administrative Services

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05 Rich Christensen

Chairman - SUU Board of Trustees

06 Eric Pedersen

Dean of Science & Technology - Dixie State University

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Health Care Access Presented by the Utah Center for Rural Health Moderator

01 Greg Bell

President & CEO - the Utah Hospital Association

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ural communities rely on robust and accessible health care. This panel will discuss the realities of keeping and improving a good healthcare system in rural Utah. They will emphasize how policymakers, educators, insurers, clinicians and hospitals must cooperate to protect rural Utahns’ health and keep our rural economies healthy.

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02 Rita Osborn

Executive Director - Utah Center for Rural Health

03 Christine Watkins Utah State Representative

04 Ashley Moretz

State Office Director - National Rural Health Resource Center

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05 Clayton Holt

Chief Executive Officer - San Juan Health


Broadening Broadband in Utah Presented by the Utah Broadband Center Moderator

01 Rebecca Dilg

Utah Broadband Center Director - Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity

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here does the state sit when it comes to broadband coverage? Where are we going, and how are we getting there? Learn about the success of rural broadband in Utah, our statewide broadband partners, and where the opportunities to bring broadband to rural and tribal areas lie. Meet the experts with the Utah Education and Telehealth Network, the Utah Rural Telecom Association, the Utah Department of Transportation, and local broadband providers led in a panel discussion facilitated by Rebecca Dilg, Director of the Utah Broadband Center. Presenters

02 Lynne Yocom

Member of the Utah Broadband Advisory Council

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03 Kelleigh Cole

Director - Utah Broadband Outreach Center

04 Dominic Bria

Program Manager - Utah State University Extension

05 Michael East 04

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Chief Executive Officer - South Central Communications

06 Tyler Rasmussen

Vice President of Business Development at STRATA Networks

07 Kira Slawson

Legal Counsel - Utah Rural Telecom Association

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Elevating Women to Lead, Inform and Inspire Presented by the Utah Department of Culture and Community Engagement Moderator

01 Abby Cox

First Lady of the State of Utah

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his session will bring together women from the #OneUtah team to share their perspectives about the impact that diverse leaders can have in our state – and the many opportunities it brings to organizational culture and economic growth.

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Alongside a discussion about the unique qualities and different styles of leadership that women offer, panelists will also engage in courageous conversations that acknowledge the challenges, strengths, and areas of growth along their journey that have helped them lead and inspire. Presenters

02 Tiffany Clason

Executive Director - Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control

03 Nubia Peña 02

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Senior Advisor on Equity and Opportunity & Director - Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs

04 Jill Love

Executive Director - Department of Cultural and Community Engagement

05 Brittney Cummins Senior Advisor for Education

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Wednesday, October 6th MORNING 7:30 am ——————

9:15 am —————

Check-in and Breakfast

Leadership Tracks

Hunter Conference Center Great Hall Adventure Booth Check-in Networking Breakfast

8:30 am —————— Leadership Day Welcome: Lifting the Leader in You Great Hall Host Welcome Stephen Lisonbee Melynda Thorpe

8:35 am —————— Morning Plenary Great Hall Where Leadership Begins Couch Conversation with Gov. Spencer J. Cox, Mindy Benson, Rich Christiansen, Brandy Grace, Byron Russell and David Woolstenhulme

9:00 am —————— Break

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Utah Rural Leaders Academy Track Whiting Room Gov. Spencer J. Cox, Lt Gov. Deidre Henderson, Roger Carter, Brandy Grace, Stephen Lisonbee, Melynda Thorpe and Joe Vallett Iron Leaders Academy Track Shooting Star Room Brad Buhanan, Margaret Busse, Aimee Charlton, Terri Draper and Susie Knudsen Business, Innovation, Nonprofit and Government (BING) Leadership Track Great Hall Lt. Gov Deidre Henderson, Nan Anderson, Joni Anderson, Colette Cox, Peggy Green, Dax Jacobson, Natalie Randall, Evan and Chris Vickers and Micah Young

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Keynote: Leading with Creativity, Kindness and Inclusion Great Hall Janice Brooks, Chairwoman of the Utah Humanities Council, governing board member for Intermountain Healthcare St. George Regional Hospital and IHC Ethics Committee member

12:00 pm ————— Out of the Box Lunch Great Hall

Break Rise and stretch for a quick break

Rise and stretch for a quick break before the tracks begin 31


Wednesday, October 6th AFTERNOON Better Your Business Express - Breakout Sessions An EDA CARES partnership with Southern Utah University & Dixie State University

1:15 pm ———————————

2:15 pm ———————————

Session 1

Session 2

Communication and Social Media: Navigating the Personal and Professional

Leading and Navigating Change

Charles Hunter Room George B Severson Good4Utah - KTVX Director of Local Programming & Creative Services Professional Presence and Public Speaking: Setting the Right Tone Shooting Star Room Arlyn Bradshaw SLC Council Member

Tracy Hansford Utah Division of Arts and Museums Change Leader Institute Donna Law SUU Executive Director of Development and Government Relations In It Together, Empowering Your Teams Charles Hunter Room

Aimee Winder Newton SLC Council Member

Jon McNaughtan Assistant Professor Texas Tech University, Professional Development Academy Leadership Coach NAcO Groups

Know Where You Go: Designing Mission, Vision, Strategy

Think Big and Grow Global: Sales, Marketing and E-Commerce

Whiting Room Dr. Dax Jacobson Westminster College Interim Dean, Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business

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Shooting Star Room

Center Whiting Room Aaron Starks Chief Revenue Officer & Managing Director Global Business Services at World Trade Center Utah

3:00 pm —————— Adventure Booth Departure Gift


Board and Commission Meetings 9:15 - 10:15 am ———————

9:15 - 10:15 am ———————

Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity Advisory Board

Utah Development of Cultural & Community Engagement

Charles Hunter Room

Vermillion Cliffs

10:30 am - 12:00 pm ————

9:15 - 10:15 am ———————

Unified Economic Opportunity Commission

Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office

Charles Hunter Room

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Partners

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