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QUICK REFERENCE QUESTIONS? Ask the Concierge 801.436.7898 concierge@powdermountain.com REAL-TIME EVENT UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Please be sure to join Learn&Ski’s whatsapp channel to connect and stay up to date about announcements and/or any changes throughout the weekend: Join the Channel

NEED A SHUTTLE? Call or text 801.855.6886 with the following info: • Name • Pick-up Location (Condo / Unit #) • Total # of people needing a ride SKI SCHOOL The Ski School offers group classes in the morning and/or afternoon. Private lessons are also available and must be scheduled due to availability. To secure a ski instructor for yourself or your family, please call the Powder Mountain Ski School at: 801.745.3772 ext.127

DRIVING ON POWDER MOUNTAIN When driving down the mountain, shift into low gear (1st or 2nd) and maintain a 10 - 20mph speed (don't ride the brakes!). It's always good to carpool - bring someone with you or caravan down with friends.

If you feel uncomfortable driving down the mountain at any point - leave your car! We can shuttle you up or have a team member bring the car down. SHUTTLE/PROFESSIONAL Car Services: We encourage you to carpool with new friends to the airport! However, if you prefer a local car service for your return, we recommend: • Reid Chapman // 435.773.1985 • Champagne Shuttle // 801.940.6154


FRIDAY 8:00 AM

Bower Lodge Opens

Bower Lodge

8:00 AM

Skylodge Opens

Skylodge

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Coffee Bar Open

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8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Ski Rental Shop at Skylodge

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9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Free Ski

Powder Mountain

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Check-In

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12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Lunch

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3:30 PM - 4:20 PM

Updates and Perspectives within Opportunity Zones

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

4:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Welcome Après

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4:30 PM - 5:20 PM

Intentional Communities

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

7:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Art, Culture & the New Mall

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

8:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Dinner

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10:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Astronomer (weather permitting)

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12:00 AM

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SATURDAY 8:00 AM

Valley Lodge Opens

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8:00 AM

Skylodge Opens

Skylodge

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Skiiers Breakfast

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8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Yoga

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8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Breakfast

Skylodge

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Ski Rental Shop at Skylodge

Skylodge

9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Guided Ski Groups I

Skylodge

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Trailblazers in Community Engagement

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Lunch

Skylodge

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Guided Ski Groups II

Skylodge

1:30 PM - 2:20 PM

Transformative Education

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Après Ski

Skylodge

3:30 PM - 4:20 PM

Experiential Hospitality

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

6:00 PM

Skylodge Closes

Skylodge

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Drinks & Conversation

Bower Lodge

7:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Entrepreneurship Outside of the Valley

Bower Lodge

8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Dinner

Arbor Lodge

9:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Flow Genome Project: Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work with Jamie Wheal

Bower Lodge

10:00 PM - 12:30 AM

After Hours at Bower Lodge with Guitarist Nick Johnson

Bower Lodge

12:30 AM

Bower Lodge Closes

Bower Lodge


SUNDAY 8:00 AM

Bower Lodge Opens

Bower Lodge

8:30 AM

Skylodge Opens

Skylodge

8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Breakfast

Skylodge

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Ski Rental Shop at Skylodge

Skylodge

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Free Ski at PowMow

Skylodge

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Guided Ski Group

Skylodge

10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Brunch

Skylodge

10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Bloody Mary Bar

Skylodge

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Beyond Brick & Mortar: Investing in Communities

Skylodge / Sunken Yurt

1:00 PM - 1:50 PM

Back to the Future: How Authentically Embracing it’s Historic Past Can Enable Ogden UT to Draw the Creative Class

Ogden Tour

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Farewell Après Ski

Skylodge


CONTENT LEAH HOKENSON

IRA WEINSTEIN

VP & Senior Estate Settlement Officer | Fiduciary Trust Company International

Managing Principal | CohnReznick Baltimore

As Vice President, Senior Estate Settlement Officer, Leah is responsible for the administration of complex estates and trusts, including pre- and post- mortem estate planning, tax and succession planning, reporting, valuation and focuses on clients’ fine art collections. Before joining Fiduciary Trust, Ms. Hokenson was a trusts and estates associate at the law offices of Hogan Willig, PLLC, she has also worked for Colony Capital and BNP Paribas. She earned a Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law in 2012 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University. She is fluent in French, and conversational in Spanish and Italian. Ms. Hokenson is admitted to the New York State Bar. She is a member of the Professional Advisors Council of Calvary Hospital, the Heart Advisory Council of the American Heart Association, a co-chair of the annual trusts and estate conferences for both Calvary and the American Heart Association, and a member of the Estate and Gift Tax Committee of the New York City Bar Association. Updates and Perspectives Within Opportunity Zones Friday, March 15th // 3:30 PM

Ira Weinstein is The Managing Principal in CohnReznick’s Baltimore office. In addition to his local duties he leads the firm’s national efforts related to the Opportunity Zones, a recent economic development provision passed as part of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. The firm provides technical, transaction advisory and entity formation services related to this new provision.

Ira has historically focused on areas of the public-private partnership, specifically leveraging government programs to accomplish the project finance goals of his client base. Such programs include the federal and state New Markets Tax Credit Programs, the federal and state historic tax credit programs, renewable energy tax credits for investment and production, and the LowIncome Housing Tax Credit. Various local and state programs, including tax increment financing, are also part of the services provided. He provides analysis, structuring recommendations, and supports transaction negotiations for project sponsors, developers, investors, syndicators, and other intermediaries. Ira speaks at conferences and seminars nationwide. Prior to joining CohnReznick, he advised local economic development organizations on strategies to revitalize their geographic footprint. Before that, he spent several years in the corporate finance department of a public company raising capital for corporate and project finance and completing acquisitions and divestitures of company assets. Updates and Perspectives Within Opportunity Zones Friday, March 15th // 3:30 PM


CONTENT CHRISTOPHER KNAPP

LYDIA GUETT

CEO | Collaboration Capital

Impact Investment Specialist

Mr. Knapp serves as Chief Executive Officer for Collaboration Capital. He served most recently as Chief Executive Officer of Chilton Capital Management, of which he was co-founder in 1996. He was formerly associated with Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. from 1984 to 1995. A stalwart believer in the importance of active community engagement and civic leadership on the part of corporate citizens, Mr. Knapp serves or has served as board member and/or in some leadership capacity of the Honors College at the University of Houston, BridgeUp at Menninger, Hermann Park Conservancy, Houston Parks Board, Memorial Park Conservancy, Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation, Workshop Houston, Stewardship Council of The Cultural Landscape Foundation, and Advisory Board of Breakthrough Houston. Mr. Knapp received a BA from Williams College. Updates and Perspectives Within Opportunity Zones Friday, March 15th // 3:30 PM

Lydia is an Impact Investment specialist, working on implementation in client portfolios across the ESG and impact spectrum, and on ESG/Impact investment research. She works with Endowments and Foundations, Families and Pension Schemes across Europe to help align investment goals with the investor’s values. Lydia also supports early stage impact ventures across sectors and geographies with a focus on empowering women and entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds, who are developing disruptive solutions to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems. Updates and Perspectives Within Opportunity Zones Friday, March 15th // 3:30 PM


CONTENT COLLEEN FLYNN

JOSHUA POLLARD

Director of National Programs | Build Healthy Places Network

President & CEO | Omicelo

Colleen Flynn is the Director of National Programs at Build Healthy Places Network where she

oversees program and project implementation and partnership development. Build Healthy Places Network is the national center working at the intersection of the community development, finance, and health sectors to reduce poverty and improve health in America’s neighborhoods.

Colleen brings more than a decade of experience crafting community development strategies that address health disparities. Prior to joining the Network, Colleen was the Director of Programs at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) New York City office. She oversaw multiple programs that incorporate health into LISC’s equitable development efforts. In this role Colleen developed cross-sector collaborations in NYC communities to address food access and green and healthy affordable housing and join health care centers with a variety of community partners.

Before joining LISC in 2010, Colleen worked for PolicyLink, a national organization that advances economic and social equity, and the Neighborhood Parks Council, a nonprofit advocate for parks and open space in San Francisco. Colleen also served as a Municipal Development Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Texas, Austin. Intentional Communities

Friday, March 15 // 4:30 PM

Joshua is a real estate expert, asset manager, and President & CEO of Omicelo, a missiondriven real estate investment firm that focuses on Home | Health | Wealth. His company’s mission is to create comprehensive economic change throughout communities without causing unnecessary displacement.

At Omicelo, he upholds uphold two core values: 1) housing is a social determinant of health; 2) improving neighborhoods promotes the economic livelihood of community members. Prior to founding Omicelo, Joshua led US housing research for Goldman Sachs through the Great Recession, heading a $1 billion IPO and receiving numerous awards, including an addition to Forbes’ 30 under 30 list. He was also responsible for a $100 million portfolio of real estate securities at a $15 billion global alternative asset management firm. He is a board member for organizations that are building entrepreneurs, supporting communities and creating a 21st century workforce. He is a contributor to Forbes.com on real estate investing and Opportunity Zones and speaks regularly at conferences and events. Intentional Communities

Friday, March 15 // 4:30 PM


CONTENT MICHAEL SCHOTT

GREG STUPPLER

Dir. of Community Development | Kaufman Development

Founder | SURF

Mike Schott is the Director of Community Development for Kaufman Development, where he is responsible for investor relations, business development and community relations. During his tenure at Kaufman, Mike has also served as the Director of the Gravity Project, which is a 10 acre mixed use development in downtown Columbus, OH that will consist of over 1 million+ SF once completed. The Gravity Project intends to harness Gravity as a force for the development of unique communities; bringing like minded people, programs and spaces together. In that way, a collective consciousness forms that positively impacts the world-at-large. In addition to Mike’s responsibility at Kaufman, he is also a trustee of a private family foundation, the Harold C. Schott Foundation, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mike oversees the Central Ohio and National philanthropic strategy and also serves on the investment committee for the foundation. He holds leadership positions on several other non-profit boards including The James Cancer Foundation, the Create Columbus Commission, Boys and Girls Clubs of Columbus, and Junior Achievement of Columbus. Intentional Communities

Friday, March 15 // 4:30 PM

Greg has 26 years of experience in real estate private equity, impact investing and investment banking. Greg founded SURF (Sustainable Real Estate Fund) in 2012 to invest in sustainable real estate and renewable energy infrastructure. SURF and its partners have closed transactions valued over US$ 900 million, including investments in commercial buildings, residential development, land/ placemaking, hospitality and renewable infrastructure. SURF has invested and advised in projects located in 30 countries. SURF is currently managing a series of private investment vehicles, the New Urban Partners Fund, and acts as an advisor to Pegasus Capital (a leading PE fund in impact, resource scarcity, and sustainability).

Prior to founding SURF, Greg spent 18 years in leadership positions in real estate private equity, including four years as a Managing Director / Investment Committee Chairman for PAG Real Estate (‘12-15) and a decade as Managing Director of Starwood Capital Group (‘03-’12), Greg was a founding principal of APL Real Estate (’00-’03) in partnership with Apollo and Lehman Brothers. Greg began his career with Bankers Trust/ Deutsche Bank (‘93-’99). Greg received his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from University of Michigan Ann Arbor and his Master’s Degree from Harvard Business School. Intentional Communities

Friday, March 15 // 4:30 PM


CONTENT RON POMPEI Founder | Pompei C3

Ron Pompei is one of the world’s most influential and exciting designers of retail stores and centers. As an award-winning, multi-disciplinary artist, Ron revolutionized the retail world with his design philosophy of Commerce, Culture and Community (C3). This integrative design approach is at the heart of creating ‘transformative environments,’ where a retail workspace or marketplace impacts the user on physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual levels. Under his design leadership a stellar list of the globe’s most renown brands have transformed their customers’ shopping experiences: Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, Whole Foods, The Disney Store, Nautica, Samsung, Jaju, Tiffany, Starbucks, California Academy of Sciences, The Gap, Coca-Cola, Aldo Shoes, Fortune, Harley-Davidson, Herman Miller, Kiehl’s, Levi’s, Old Navy, and many more.

Pompei retail designs are noted for the longevity of their appeal to customers, fostering loyalty through their authenticity and personal expression, creating a sense of community to which they belong and where they feel understood and appreciated. Ron’s ground-breaking retail environments that reflect his unique philosophy, coupled with his artistic use of light, visual impact, sound and sense, have earned numerous awards, such as the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Visual Merchandising + Store Design Magazine, and Display and Design Ideas Magazine. Ron was named to Fast Company’s Fast 50 Top Innovators. The insights that led to the formulation of Ron’s C3 philosophy earned him a spot in Mavericks at Work, written by Fast Company co-founder William C. Taylor and longtime editor Polly LaBarre, which features the "most original minds in business." The C3 Philosophy as applied to his work with Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, is discussed in The Elements of Persuasion, written by Robert Dickman and Richard Maxwell, as an example of effective storytelling. Ron’s unique understanding of the customer role as a coauthor of their own retail experience is featured in David Wolfe's book Ageless Marketing.

Ron received his B.F.A. from the Philadelphia College of Art, where he trained as an artist, sculptor and lighting designer. He started his career as an installation artist, gaining widespread recognition for his large-scale light installations in Philadelphia. Searching for greater opportunities to express his vision, he returned to school, receiving a Bachelor of Architecture from The Cooper Union in New York. Transforming Environments: Arts, Culture & The New Mall Friday, March 15 // 7:30 PM


CONTENT BEN SEIGEL

CHERYL BURNETT

Opportunity Zones Coordinator | City of Baltimore

Chief Innovation Officer | National Association of Counties

Ben Seigel was recently named as the City of Baltimore’s Opportunity Zones Coordinator. Seigel is responsible for positioning the City to take full advantage of the new incentives to increase investment in Baltimore’s Opportunity Zones and maximize impact for local residents and businesses. Seigel will serve in a matching and clearinghouse role with the following key responsibilities: provide information about and promote priority projects in Baltimore’s Opportunity Zones, identify and inventory Opportunity Fund investors and match them with relevant projects, identify other potential investments and leveraged funds for Opportunity Zone projects.

Previously, Seigel served as the inaugural executive director of the Johns Hopkins University 21st Century Cities Initiative, an applied research and partnership building program that brings together interdisciplinary researchers with city partners to strengthen policies focused on improving distressed communities. Prior to Hopkins, he served in the Obama administration as a senior advisor in the office of Labor Secretary Tom Perez and as the director of the Labor Department’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Seigel also served as the initial team lead for the Obama Administration’s Baltimore Federal Task Force, formed in May 2015, where he guided senior-level staff across more than a dozen agencies and the White House, to bring enhanced federal and technical assistance to Baltimore. He currently serves as a board member of the Center for Urban Families and the Job Opportunities Task Force in Baltimore. Trailblazers in Community Engagement Saturday, March 16 // 11:00 AM

Cheryl Burnett joined NACo in 2017 and serves as the organization’s Chief Innovation Officer. In this position, she leads the health, human services and justice; community and economic resiliency; and technology innovation program areas. She also oversees corporate relations and sponsorships.

Previously, Cheryl was the Assistant Chief Deputy and Communications Director for Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe. Prior to that, she worked in large corporate environments, including Toyota, BP and Seagram/Universal Studios in Los Angeles, New York and London. Cheryl has a B.A. in Economics and English from Lafayette College, an M.A. in English from Seton Hall University and an M.P.A. from the University of Southern California. Trailblazers in Community Engagement Saturday, March 16 // 11:00 AM


CONTENT NEIL TAKEMOTO

PATRICK MULLEN

Founder | CSPM Group

Opportunity Zones Director | Utah Association of Counties

Neil Takemoto is the founder of CSPM Group, a consulting firm that brings crowdsourcing to real estate development. Neil has established the only private sector led community engagement program of its size, managing over 10,000 registered participants in engaging the local community towards defining a vision for over $6 billion in total development value over five communities in the Northeast. He manages a national collective impact program that convenes the local community, government and private sector towards a common agenda to revitalize disinvested neighborhoods using a structured form of collaboration and crowd investment. He is the publisher of the Collective Impact Lab, authoring 1700 entries on the topic of collective impact and innovative real estate development. He founded the National Town Builders Association in 1997, a trade group of Smart Growth/New Urbanism real estate developers. Trailblazers in Community Engagement Saturday, March 16 // 11:00 AM

Patrick Mullen currently leads the State of Utah's Opportunity Zone program in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the Utah Association of Counties, and Sorenson Impact at the University of Utah. Prior to this role, Patrick was the Executive Director of Impact Investing at Sorenson Impact where he worked on over $250mm of private investments, including with the Sorenson Impact Foundation where he worked to help build its portfolio across four continents and various philanthropic, debt, and equity structures. Patrick also servers as a Venture Partner with Arctaris Impact Fund, LP, a Boston-based small business lending firm that works across targeted low-income urban and rural communities in the US. Trailblazers in Community Engagement Saturday, March 16 // 11:00 AM


CONTENT JEREMY KEELE Managing Partner | Catalyst Capital

Jeremy Keele is Managing Partner of Catalyst Capital, an Opportunity Fund focused on transformative community investments around the country.

Jeremy is a recognized leader in impact investing with a diverse range of professional experiences in the private and public sectors. Jeremy was most recently President & CEO of the Sorenson Impact Center, a university-based think- and do-tank focused social impact and innovation. During his time at Sorenson, Jeremy advised dozens of investors, government agencies, family offices, foundations and non-profits on strategies to align their funding and activities with their values. In partnership with the Obama Administration and Sundance Film Festival, Jeremy created one of the premier social impact and innovation global events, the annual Winter Innovation Summit. Jeremy was an early thought leader on the Opportunity Zone legislation and partnered with Jim Sorenson and the program architects, the Economic Innovation Group (EIG), to advocate for its passage in the US Congress. Jeremy has been actively involved in the national roll-out of the program since then, speaking on it at over 40 national conferences policymakers and other key stakeholders, advised governors and other state policymakers on designating O-Zones in their states. Prior to Sorenson, Jeremy was senior policy advisor to Salt Lake County mayor Ben McAdams. Jeremy oversaw the Mayor’s policy portfolio with a $1.2 billion annual budget, 4,000 + employees and 1.2 million residents. While in government, Jeremy helped structure and negotiate the first social impact bond in the country focused on early childhood education for at-risk kids in the community. Prior to his time in government, Jeremy was a corporate attorney with the law firms of Cleary Gottlieb and Latham & Watkins in New York, London and Los Angeles. During his 8 years of practice Jeremy led numerous multibillion dollar, cross-border mergers & acquisitions and corporate financing transactions for large corporate clients around the world.

Jeremy holds a BS / BA from Brigham Young University, a JD from New York University and an MPA from Harvard. In 2018 Jeremy was appointed by Senator Orrin Hatch to serve on the US Treasury’s $100 M Commission on Social Impact Partnerships. Trailblazers in Community Engagement Saturday, March 16 // 11:00 AM


CONTENT RAY GIRN

KATHY ROTH-DOUQUET

Founder | Higher Ground

CEO | Blue Star Families

Ray Girn received an BSc with honors from the University of Toronto, with a focus on philosophy and neuropsychology, as well an Association Montessori Internationale teaching diploma from the Montessori Institute of San Diego.

Prior to founding Higher Ground, Ray had a 13-year career with LePort Schools. Working at LePort’s K-8 lab school, Ray helped lead a team of educators in architecting LePort’s upper school curriculum and program. In 2010, he took over as CEO, expanded the team, and implemented an ambitious growth strategy. In 5 years, Ray and his team took the company from a small, local family business of 3 schools to the largest Montessori operator in the United States. In March 2016, Ray founded Higher Ground Education with the vision of greatly accelerating the growth of Montessori education globally. Higher Ground aims to create a comprehensive international platform to drive high quality, high fidelity Montessori programming, as well as to conduct the research and development necessary to extend Montessori principles to new, innovative models of secondary education. Transformative Education

Saturday, March 16 // 1:30 PM

Kathy Roth-Douquet is an advocate for the role of the military in civil society; she is an author, nonprofit leader, attorney, and former government official. Currently she is CEO of Blue Star Families, the largest Chapter-based nonprofit organization serving active duty of all branches, Guard and Reserve, wounded, and transitioning veterans and their families. Blue Star Families mission is to strengthen military families and our nation by connecting communities and fostering leadership to millions of people. Transformative Education

Saturday, March 16 // 1:30 PM


CONTENT GREG BRESNITZ

PATRICK MCKENNA

Global VP of Concepts & Programming | Selina

Managing Partner | Catalyst Capital

Greg Bresnitz is the Global VP of Concepts and Programming for Selina. Previously, he was at Ace Hotel, where he held various roles as the Global Head of Business Development / Partnerships / Programming. He is the co-host of of the award winning decade long podcast Snacky Tunes with his twin brother. He lives in Brooklyn with his fiancĂŠ and dog. Experiential Hospitality

Saturday, March 16 // 3:30 PM

Patrick McKenna is a successful entrepreneur and investor. Patrick is currently Managing Partner with Catalyst Capital, an Opportunity Fund focused on transformative community investments around the country. Patrick also founded HighRidge Venture Partners to invest in early stage companies. He also co-founded and serves as Executive Chairman at Facet Wealth, a company focused on increasing access to professional financial planning for average US households, and he founded One America Works, a non-profit focused on building connections between Silicon Valley and mid-sized cities across America. Previously, he co-founded and operated as a senior executive at several technology companies including NexRep, Keniks and LiveOps. Prior to that, Patrick worked in M&A at Morgan Stanley and served as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Entrepreneurship Outside of the Valley Saturday, March 16 // 7:30 PM


CONTENT JAIME WHEAL Executive Director | Flow Genome Project

Jamie Wheal is the co-author, along with Steven Kotler, of global bestseller Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, Navy SEALs and Maverick Scientists are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work and the co-founder of the Flow Genome Project, an international organization dedicated to the research and training of ultimate human performance. Since founding the organization in 2011, it has gone on to become the leading voice of evidencebased peak performance in the world, counting award-winning academics, legendary professional athletes, special operations commanders, and Fortune 500 business leaders among the hundreds of thousands of people in its global community.

Jamie is an expert on peak performance and leadership, specializing in the neuroscience and application of Flow states. He has advised everyone from the U.S. Naval War College and Special Operations Command, the athletes of Red Bull, and the owners of NFL, NBA, MLB, and Premier League teams to the executives of Google, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte, Cisco, and Young Presidents' Organization. His work and ideas have been covered in The New York Times, Financial Times, Wired, Entrepreneur, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, INC, and TEDx. He has spoken at Stanford, MIT, the Harvard Club, the Bohemian Club, the United Nations, Singularity University, and Summit Series. Flow Genome Project: Revolutionizing the Way We Live & Work Saturday, March 16 // 9:30 PM


CONTENT ANDI PHILLIPS

MIKE CALDWELL

Founder & Managing Partner | Maycomb Capital

Ogden City Mayor

Andi Phillips has over 25 years of experience leading, designing and implementing large scale, public private partnerships that leverage private investment to address pressing social challenges. At Goldman Sachs, she launched and managed the Goldman Sachs Social Impact Fund and led signature social impact bond investments for the firm including the investment in the Rikers Island Social Impact Bond, the first such transaction ever executed by a financial institution and in the U.S. market. As of June 2016, Ms. Phillips had led 4 of the 12 outcomes-based financing transactions launched in the U.S. market, including transactions that financed recidivism reduction in Massachusetts and early childhood education in Utah and Chicago. Previously, Ms. Phillips was president of a Community Development Financing Institution (“CDFI”), Seedco Financial, which provided affordable capital to small businesses and nonprofits in disadvantaged communities. At Seedco, Andi also managed performancebased contracts in workforce development, totaling over $100 million. Ms. Phillips holds a BA from Tufts University and a MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Ms. Phillips lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and three sons. Beyond Brick & Mortar: Investing in Communities Sunday, March 17 // 11:00 AM

Mike Caldwell is a visionary leader. Now in his second term as Ogden's Mayor, Caldwell continues to put local economic development at the forefront of his agenda.

Caldwell's work during his first Mayoral term resulted in national acclaim for Ogden with Forbes', Money magazine, and Newsweek among others touting the city's ability to adapt to change and find success. Citizens have come to know Mayor Caldwell as a transparent city leader with an unsurpassed willingness to listen to their concerns. Dubbed Ogden's "biking mayor," He will tell you he has been passionately losing races for some twenty years. He enjoys Ogden's high-adventure recreation lifestyle with his family, and is most proud of the titles Husband and Dad. Back to the Future: How Authentically Embracing it’s Historic Past Can Enable Ogden UT to Draw the Creative Class -- Profile of Ogden, UT Sunday, March 17 // 1:00 PM


CULINARY MAGIC JOE MILLER Chef

Culinary innovator with over 25 years’ success as owner and executive chef in acclaimed Los Angeles restaurants and has been awarded 1 Michelin Star, is a 24 year Zagat rated restaurateur and is the Winner of Chopped on The Food Network. Joe Miller was the chef/ co-owner of Joe’s in Venice for over 24 years and Rudy & Hudson California Diner. From a young age, he liked to share his passion for good food and unique tastes. While spending time with his aunts on their farm in Ohio, he participated in family gatherings, which always included home cooked foods.


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