Progress Seminars

The 2017 Progress Seminar

In one YouTube Playlist:

 

By Segment:

Intro:

 

Transit Keynote Panel:

 

Lunchtime Keynote:

 

Interviews:

 

Closing Panel:

 

 


The 2016 Progress Seminar

Opening Keynote

Seminar 47 Co-Chairs: California Assemblymember Kevin Mullin, San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom, and President & CEO of SAMCEDA Rosanne Foust, along with Steve Elliott, 2016 Chairman of the Board, Redwood City – San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce, open up the Progress Seminar.

Supervisor Warren Slocum, President of the Board, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors presents the “State of the County”

And Director, Stanford University Center on Poverty and Inequality,  Dr. David B. Grusky,  presents “A Blueprint for Ending Poverty…Permanently”


Conversations with Rosanne – 1

In between the keynotes and sessions, Progress Seminar Co-Chair Rosanne Foust chatted with seminar attendees.
In this segment:
Helen Fisicaro, Vice Mayor, Town of Colma
Diane Howard, Councilmember, Redwood City
Bill Graham, President, Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital
David Caro, Boardmember, San Mateo County Event Center
Mary Ann Nihart, Councilmember, City of Pacifica
Jim Lianides, Superintendent, Sequoia Union High School District
Steve Elliott, 2916 Chairman of the Board, Redwood City – San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce


Second Session – A Conversation with Congresswoman Anna Eshoo

SECOND GENERAL SESSION
Seminar 47 Co-Chairs: California Assemblymember Kevin Mullin, San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom and President & CEO of SAMCEDA Rosanne Foust Present:
A Conversation with Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, California’s 18th Congressional District


Conversations with Rosanne – 2

In between the keynotes and sessions, Progress Seminar Co-Chair Rosanne Foust chatted with seminar attendees.
In this segment:
James Hartnett, Cheif Executive Officer & General Manager, San Mateo County Transit District
Kris Stadelman, Department Director, Nova Workforce Board
Caitlin Niedermeyer, Public Policy Associate, Google
Jason Galisatus, Junior Account Executive, Ground Floor Public Affairs
Lennies M. Gutierrez, Director of Government Affairs, Comcast


Closing Session – 2016: A Presidential Campaign Unlike Any Other

“2016:A Presidential Campaign Unlike Any Other” Panel
California Assemblymember Kevin Mullin,
Carla Marinucci, Senior Political Writer, Politico
Bill Whalen, Research Fellow at Hoover Institution/Stanford University
Sal Russo, Co-Founder & Chief Strategist, Tea Party Express

Moderated by Mark Simon, Senior Advisor/Strategic Initiatives, SamTrans Caltrain Transportation Authority


Conversations with Rosanne – 3

In between the keynotes and sessions, Progress Seminar Co-Chair Rosanne Foust chatted with seminar attendees.
In this segment:
James Ruigomez, Business Manager, San Mateo County Building Trades Council
Nori Jabba, Consultant, Jabba Development Strategies
Don Cecil, Principal, MC2 Consulting
Kate Comfort-Harr, Executive Director, HIP Housing, Inc.

 


 

The 2015 Progress Seminar – Keynote #1

The 2015 Progress Seminar invited San Mateo County’s Local Business, Government, and Community leaders to take a weekend retreat in Monterey and brainstorm on community issues.
This is the closing general session of the seminar.

“Bipartisanship: Why is it Working in Sacramento and not Washington DC?”
Legislative Panel:
Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Assemblymember Kevin Mullin
Assembly Minority Leader Assemblymember Kristin Olsen
John Diaz – Editorial Page Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

Moderated by: Mark Simon

The 2015 Progress Seminar – Conversations with Mark Simon Part 1

The 2015 Progress Seminar invited San Mateo County’s Local Business, Government, and Community leaders to take a weekend retreat in Monterey and brainstorm on community issues.

These are interviews in between the sessions.

The 2015 Progress Seminar – Conversations with Mark Simon Part 2

The 2015 Progress Seminar invited San Mateo County’s Local Business, Government, and Community leaders to take a weekend retreat in Monterey and brainstorm on community issues.

These are interviews in between the sessions.

The 2015 Progress Seminar – Conversations with Mark Simon Part 3

The 2015 Progress Seminar invited San Mateo County’s Local Business, Government, and Community leaders to take a weekend retreat in Monterey and brainstorm on community issues.

These are interviews in between the sessions.

The 2015 Progress Seminar – Keynote #2

The 2015 Progress Seminar invited San Mateo County’s Local Business, Government, and Community leaders to take a weekend retreat in Monterey and brainstorm on community issues.
This is the closing general session of the seminar.

“Bipartisanship: Why is it Working in Sacramento and not Washington DC?”
Legislative Panel:
Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Assemblymember Kevin Mullin
Assembly Minority Leader Assemblymember Kristin Olsen
John Diaz – Editorial Page Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

Moderated by: Mark Simon

 


 

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The 2014 Progress Seminar – Part 1

Business, Government, and Community leaders of San Mateo County gathered in Monterey for the Progress Seminar April 11-13, 2014.
This is the Opening General Session, featuring San Mateo County Board President Dave Pine with the “State of San Mateo County” and Mary Huss, Publisher from the San Francisco Business Times with the “State of Bay Area Print Media”

 

The 2014 Progress Seminar – Part 2

Business, Government, and Community leaders of San Mateo County gathered in Monterey for the Progress Seminar April 11-13, 2014.
This is the Closing General Session, featuring an interview with Marci Harris, CEO of PopVox, which bridges the gap between the input the public wants to provide and the information members of congress want and need to receive.

 

The 2014 Progress Seminar – Conversations

Conversations from Progress Seminar 2014, with Peninsula TV’s Mark Naismith.