2013 Mayors Innovation Summit

The Power of Civic Innovation

Program at a Glance

Wednesday


EVENING

Reception

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Comcast Center
1701 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Walking distance from the hotel

Thursday


MORNING

Westin Hotel (Salon Ball Rooms A,B,C)

Welcome and Introductions
Breakfast

Solving Urban Challenges: Innovations for Impact

How does civic innovation transform cities and communities? The panel will showcase projects in specific cities that are implementing innovative solutions to address major urban challenges.

Opening the Government: Creating Data Democracies for the Public Good

How will open data accelerate civic innovation and economic development? In our knowledge driven world, access to data becomes the most vital driver of innovation; this panel will explore how cities are opening their data so people can help make their cities more accessible, more liveable, and more digital.

AFTERNOON
Luncheon

The New Infrastructure: The Economy of Investing in Broadband

A discussion of the ROI of investing in technology infrastructure. What are the technology and infrastructure innovations in which cities should invest to ensure their competitiveness? How do we finance these investments? What are the economic development benefits? How can we ensure that the investment in technology improves access for those who need it most?

Seeding Civic Engagement with Technology

Discussion of how civic engagement can transform how cities interact with residents to deliver increasingly highquality service. Panelists will look at examples, such as 311, to learn how cities are creating new points of entry into meaningful engagement between city residents and their government.

Building the Team: Marshaling the Urban Forces of Innovation

The panel explores the impact of developing external partnerships that support civic innovation. With traditional businesses, startups, non-profits, and universities all focused on innovation, what role can mayors play to bring everyone to the table? How do we ensure that all stakeholders are included in this important conversation?

Tour of the Navy Yard

A driving tour through Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, a dynamic 1,200 acre manufacturing and energy innovation campus. It is the home to more than 130 companies and 10,000 employees in the industrial, manufacturing, and R&D sectors. The 6.5 million square feet of real estate is a mix of historic and new high-performance building construction.

Buses leave at 5:00 p.m. Tour begins at 5:30 p.m.

EVENING
Reception and Dinner
Urban Outfitters

Friday


MORNING

Westin Hotel (Salon Ball Rooms A,B,C)

Breakfast

Setting up Shop: Catalyzing Local Innovation

A showcase of local civic innovation successes. Featuring Philadelphia’s most exciting new civic entrepreneurs and their stories of how partnerships with the tech community and city government helped launch their success.

Breaking Through the Barriers to Spur Innovation

Cities must overcome substantial challenges when introducing creative and innovative city solutions. Panelists address their strategies for calculating risk identifying funding, and overcoming institutional barriers to foster innovation.

Facilitated Discussion with Susan Molinari: Innovating for our Future?

What’s the big idea? What are the most important innovations you can bring back to your city and community? Participants will reflect on the program and discussion to identify those best practices they can take home.

AFTERNOON
Luncheon and Adjourn


Program


Wednesday, May 22, 2013

3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Registration (Westin Hotel)

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Evening Reception

Comcast Center (Walking distance from the hotel)



Thursday, May 23, 2013

7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Registration (Westin Hotel)

7:30 a.m.

Breakfast (Salon 1)

8:30 a.m.

Welcome

Setting the Stage: Innovating for Democracy

MICHAEL A. NUTTER
Mayor of Philadelphia
President, The United States Conference of Mayors

EDWIN M. LEE
Mayor of San Francisco
Chair, Technology and Innovation Task Force,
The United States Conference of Mayors

SIMON HAKIM, PhD
Director, Center of Competitive Government and
Professor of Economics, Temple University

9:00 a.m.

Solving Urban Challenges: Innovations for Impact

Moderated by:
MATTHEW STEPKA
Vice President, Google

Panel:
ALVIN BROWN
Mayor of Jacksonville, FL

GREG FISCHER
Mayor of Louisville, KY

ANGEL TAVERAS
Mayor of Providence, RI

WILLIAM OATES
Chief Information Officer, Boston, MA

JAMES ANDERSON
Bloomberg Philanthropies

10:15 a.m.

Coffee and Conversations (Google Lounge)

10:30 a.m.

Opening the Government: Creating Data Democracies for the Public Good

Ignite Talk:
JOHN TOLVA
Chief Technology Officer, Chicago IL

Moderated by:
EDWIN M. LEE
Mayor of San Francisco
Chair, Technology and Innovation Task Force,
The United States Conference of Mayors

Panel:
CHRIS TONJES
Chief Information Officer, Baltimore, MD

ANDREW NICKLIN
Director of Research and Development, DoITT, New York City

CAROL BRAUN
Director, North Americas Smarter Cities, Public Sector Industry
Smarter Solutions, IBM

PHILIP ASHLOCK
Open311

12:00 p.m.

Lunch

DAVID L. COHEN
Executive Vice President Comcast Corporation

BRIAN FORDE
Senior Advisor to the U.S. CTO at The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

1:00 p.m.

The New Infrastructure: The Economy of Investing in Broadband

Ignite Talk:
MILO MEDIN
Vice President Access Services, Google

Moderated by:
JOANNE HOVIS
President of CTC Technology & Energy

Panel:
SYLVESTER "SLY" JAMES
Mayor of Kansas City, MO

OTTO DOLL
Chief Information Officer, Minneapolis, MN

ELLLEN SATTERWHITE
Program Director, Gig.U.

2:00 p.m.

Seeding Civic Engagement with Technology

Moderated by:
ADEL EBEID
Chief Innovation Officer, Philadelphia

Panel:
SCOTT SMITH
Mayor of Mesa, AZ
Vice President, The United States Conference of Mayors

ASHLEY HAND
Chief Innovation Officer, City of Kansas City, MO

CHRIS OSGOOD
Co-Chair, Boston New Urban Mechanics

LILLY LIU
Founder and CEO, PublicStuff

3:00 p.m.

Coffee and Conversations (Google Lounge)

3:15 p.m.

Building the Team: Marshaling the Urban Forces of Innovation

Moderated by:
JOHN MARKS
Mayor of Tallahassee, FL

Panel:
BILL HARRISON
Mayor of Fremont, CA

MARC TOUITOU
Chief Information Officer and Director of the Department of Technology, City of San Francisco, CA

BEN HECHT
President and CEO, Living Cities

LAURA WEIDMAN POWERS
Founding Executive Director, CODE2040

NAVARROW WRIGHT
Chief Technology Officer, Interactive One

5:00 p.m.

Tour of the Navy Yard

Buses leave at 5:00 p.m. Tour Begins at 5:30 p.m.

On the bus to the Navy Yard, hear about one of 3 exciting Philadelphia projects – Greenworks Philadelphia, Mayor Nutter’s 15-target sustainability plan; StartupPHL, a creative new approach to incubating early-stage companies in Philadelphia; and CultureBlocks, Mayor Nutter’s newest open data tool that maps the creative and cultural assets in neighborhoods across the city.

6:30 p.m.

Reception and Dinner

Urban Outfitters



Friday, May 24

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Registration (Westin Hotel)

7:30 a.m.

Breakfast Buffet (Salon 1)

8:00 am

Setting up Shop: Catalyzing Local Innovation

Moderator:
CHRIS WINK
Technically Philly

Ignite Presenters:
MICHAEL BRENNAN
Second Muse

BRIGITTE DANIEL
Executive Vice President, Wilco Electronic Systems

KEYA DENENBAUM
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, ElectNext

ALEX HILLMAN
Founder, Indy Hall

MICHELLE LEE
CEO, Textizen

9:15 a.m.

Breaking Through the Barriers to Spur Innovation

Moderated by:
NEIL KLEIMAN
Director, NYU Wagner Innovation Labs

Panel:
MICHAEL NUTTER
Mayor of Philadelphia

DAVID EDINGER
Chief Performance Officer, City of Denver

JEN PAHLKA
Executive Director, Code for America

MICHAEL MANESS
Vice President, Journalism and Media Innovation, Knight Foundation

YOUNGJIN YOO
Director, Center for Design+Innovation, Fox School of Business

10:30 a.m.

Coffee and Conversations (Google Lounge)

10:45 a.m.

Facilitated Discussion: Innovation for our Future?

Facilitator:
SUSAN MOLINARI
Vice President of Public Policy & Government Affairs, Google

With
MICHAEL A. NUTTER
Mayor of Philadelphia
President, The United States Conference of Mayors

SCOTT SMITH
Mayor of Mesa, AZ
Vice President, The United States Conference of Mayors

EDWIN M. LEE
Mayor of San Francisco
Chair, Technology and Innovation Task Force,
The United States Conference of Mayors

12:15 p.m.

Lunch Adjourn



Program Speakers (Confirmed)


Michael A. Nutter

Mayor of Philadelphia
President, the United States Conference of Mayors




Philip Ashlock

Open 311


Michael Brennan

Second Muse


Keya Denenbaum

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, ElectNext


Bill Harrison

Mayor of Fremont, CA


Ben Hecht

President and CEO, Living Cities


Sylvester “Sly” James

Mayor of Kansas City, KS


Neil Kleiman

Special Advisor to the Dean at New York University


Lilly Liu

Founder and CEO, PublicStuff


Edwin M. Lee

Mayor of San Francisco
Chair, Technology and Innovation Task Force


Michelle Lee

CEO, Textizen


John Marks

Mayor of Tallahassee, FL


Milo Medin

Vice President Access Services, Google


Susan Molinari

Vice President of Public Policy & Government Affairs, Google


William Oates

Chief Information Officer, Boston MA


Chris Osgood

Co-Chair, Boston New Urban Mechanics


M. Moshe Porat

Dean, Fox School of Businesses, Temple University


Matthew Stepka

Vice President, Google


Neil D. Theobald

President, Temple University


Chris Tonjes

Chief Information Officer, Baltimore, MD


Navarrow Wright

Chief Technology Officer, Interactive One


Karima Zedan

Internet Essentials, Comcast Corporation