Nevada 2.0

Nevada 2.0: New Economies for a Sustainable Future Held January 7, 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas Hosted By: Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki, Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, and Assembly Speaker John Oceguera Nevada 2.0: New Economies for a Sustainable Future was held on January 7, 2011, to explore opportunities to diversify Nevada's economy by examining similar efforts in nearby states.

  • Nevada 2.0: New Economies for a Sustainable Future - Welcome and Opening Remarks

    Welcome and Opening Remarks Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki, Sen. Majority Leader Steven Horsford, and Assembly Speaker John Oceguera

  • Nevada 2.0: Setting the Stage for Nevada

    Setting the Stage for Nevada Phil Satre, Chairman of the Board, NV Energy & International Gaming Technology and Robert Lang, UNLV Director, Brookings Mountain West

  • Nevada 2.0: Utah\'s Experience with Technology-Based Economic Development

    Utah's Experience with Technology-Based Economic Development: Lessons Learned for Nevada Economic Development Ted McAleer, Executive Director, USTAR Governing Authority

  • Nevada 2.0: Arizona State University

    Arizona State University Todd Hardy, Associate Vice President for Economic Affairs, Arizona State University

  • Nevada 2.0: Dallas Fort Worth Economic Development

    Dallas Fort Worth Economic Development Mike Rosa, Vice President, Regional Development, Dallas Regional Chamber

  • Nevada 2.0: Regional Economic Development in Metro Denver

    Regional Economic Development in Metro Denver: Creating a Diversified Economy Tom Clark, Executive Director, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation & Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce

  • Nevada 2.0: Morning Summary Wrap Up

    Morning Summary Wrap Up Phil Satre, Chairman of the Board, NV Energy & International Gaming Technology, and Robert Lang, UNLV Director, Brookings Mountain West

  • Nevada 2.0: Research Universities as Engines for Economic Development and Diversification

    Keynote Speaker Stan Jones, Founder & President, Complete College America "Research Universities as Engines for Economic Development and Diversification"

  • Nevada 2.0: Planning and Implementation: Making Change Happen

    Planning and Implementation: Making Change Happen Moderator: Steven Hill, Chairman, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce's State Policy Task Force Panelists: Michelle Erlach, Director of Corporate Communication, M&A and Alternative Energy, Sierra Nevada Corporation Donald Snyder, Board Chair, Smith Center for the Performing Arts Michael Yackira, President and CEO, NV Energy Ted McAleer, USTAR Governing Authority Todd Hardy, Arizona State University Mike Rosa, Dallas Regional Chamber Tom Clark, MetroDenver

  • Nevada 2.0: Nevada\'s Next Steps: Locally Based Strategies

    Nevada's Next Steps: Locally Based Strategies Moderator: Phil Satre, Board Chair, International Gaming Technology Panelists: Glenn Christenson, Managing Director, Velstand Investments LLC Jack Mills, Director, National Network of Sector Partners, Insight Center for Community Economic Development Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford Assembly Speaker John Oceguera

  • Nevada 2.0: Nevada\'s Next Steps: Locally Based Strategies - Jack Mills

    Nevada's Next Steps: Locally Based Strategies Moderator: Phil Satre, Board Chair, International Gaming Technology Panelists: Glenn Christenson, Managing Director, Velstand Investments LLC Jack Mills, Director, National Network of Sector Partners, Insight Center for Community Economic Development

  • Nevada 2.0: Nevada\'s Next Steps: A Discussion with Government Leaders

    Nevada's Next Steps: A Discussion with Government Leaders Moderator: Terry Murphy, President, Strategic Solutions Panelists: Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki, Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, and Assembly Speaker John Oceguera

  • Nevada 2.0: Summary Wrap-Up & Action Steps

    Summary Wrap-Up & Action Steps Phil Satre & Robert Lang

  • Nevada 2.0: Q&A with UNLV President Neal Smatresk and Dr. Robert Lang

    Nevada 2.0: New Economies for a Sustainable Future held at UNLV on January 7, 2011 explored ways in which Nevada can diversify the economy. The conference was hosted at UNLV and one of the co-facilitators was Dr. Robert Lang, UNLV Director, Brookings Mountain West. We recently sat down with Dr. Lang and UNLV President Neal Smatresk to hear what they learned from the conference and how Nevada can move forward with new ways to diversify the economy. For more information on the conference, click here: http://nv20.unlv.edu/