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Thank You For Making The 2013 POWER OF TEN Regional Summit A Success!
On May 1st, 2013, a record-setting six hundred leaders in government, economic and community development, planning, architecture, and engineering convened in downtown Nashville for the fifth annual POWER OF TEN Regional Summit. Brought together to learn, connect, and collaborate on the challenges and opportunities that the Middle Tennessee region faces, this largest crowd in the event’s history heard outstanding speeches from Raleigh Chief of Planning Mitchell J. Silver, Commissioner John Schroer, Mayor Karl Dean, and Robin Rather of Collective Strength. Additionally, several engrossing panel discussions featured Middle Tennessee Mayors Caucus members and Tennessee Regions Roundtable state and regional leaders providing updates and expertise from their own ongoing projects. Centered on the key regional issue of Land Use/Quality Growth, the event featured an official focus of “Enhancing Middle Tennessee’s Communities: Live, Work, Play, Invest.”
The event brought together Cumberland Region Tomorrow, the Nashville Area MPO, and the Tennessee Department of Transportation as event co-sponsors, plus a bevy of other supporting organizations. A record fifty-one sponsor and partner organizations provided direct or in-kind support, forming the largest and most diverse coalition of public and private sector organizations in the event’s history. The 2013 Summit Leadership Team consisted of Charles W. Bone (Moderator), Everett Cowan (Chair), Seab Tuck, Darwin Newton, Julian Bibb, Allen Patton, Margot Fosnes, Gary Scott, Michael Skipper, Bridget Jones, and Sam Warlick.
Wednesday May 1, 2013 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville Tennessee
Registration is $35 for private sector representatives and free to public sector representatives
Professional Credits: AICP, APA, MTAS, CTAS, AIA, and ASLA credits have been applied for