2015 National Summit on Inclusive Suburbs and Sustainable Regions

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Building One America National Summit for Inclusive Suburbs and Sustainable Regions

Thursday, July 23 through Friday, July 24, 2015
Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC

The Building One America Summit will involve local leaders and federal and state policy makers to seek bipartisan solutions to the unique but common challenges around housing, schools and infrastructure facing America’s metropolitan regions and its diverse middle-class suburbs. Participants will include local elected and grassroots leaders from America’s diverse middle class towns and school districts along with scholars, policy experts, state legislators, members of Congress and the White House.

The next Building One America Summit on Suburbs and Diverse Middle Class Communities will be July 23 and July 24, 2015. Our Summit will again take place in Washington, DC at the Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue NW.

The 2013 Summit was a success on many fronts and this year's event is expected to advance each of those fronts even further by:

  • Promoting a greater understanding and appreciation for the strengths and challenges of our diverse middle class communities
  • Advancing a non-partisan federal and state policy agenda to stabilize our communities while expanding middle-class opportunity around jobs, infrastructure, housing and schools
  • Building a powerful, diverse and bipartisan national community of local leaders with shared values and a common agenda

Speakers and participants will include:

  • Members of Congress and White House officials
  • Mayors, local elected, municipal and school officials 
  • State legislators, business, faith and labor leaders
  • Academics and national policy experts

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Our Summit will again take place in Washington, DC at the Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue NW.

The 2013 Summit was a success on many fronts and this year's event is expected to advance each of those fronts even further by:

  • Promoting a greater understanding and appreciation for the strengths and challenges of our diverse middle class communities
  • Advancing a non-partisan federal and state policy agenda to stabilize our communities while expanding middle-class opportunity around jobs, infrastructure, housing and schools
  • Building a powerful, diverse and bipartisan national community of local leaders with shared values and a common agenda

Speakers and participants will include:

  • Members of Congress and White House officials
  • Mayors, local elected, municipal and school officials 
  • State legislators, business, faith and labor leaders
  • Academics and national policy experts

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