GNDC policy summit begins Aug. 25
The virtual summit, comprised of five panels, focuses on industry conversations that are, or potentially will, influence North Dakota as the state moves through, and past, the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
BISMARCK – The Greater North Dakota Chamber will host their annual policy summit virtually this year. The three-day, five-panel event is scheduled to take place from Tuesday, Aug. 25, through Wednesday, Aug. 27.
The summit, comprised of five panels, focuses on industry conversations that are, or potentially will, influence North Dakota as the state moves through, and past, the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, according to press notes.
Each panel is comprised of industry leaders, elected officials, and subject matter experts. Both Gov. Burgum and Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford will be moderating panels. Other speakers include Monsignor James P. Shea, Kathleen Neset, Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrmann, Shannon McQuade-Ely, John MacMartin, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, and Commerce Commissioner Michelle Kommer.
“Panelists will come together at one location for a dialogue on specific issues,” according to press notes. “Their conversation will be livestreamed on a virtual platform. Summit attendees will have the chance to interact by asking questions, chatting with each other, and participating in moderated polls.”
WHEN: Aug. 25, 26 and 27
10 a.m. Reigniting our Economy
2 p.m. ND’s Hospitality Industry: Navigating Forward
10 a.m. Occupational Licensure: Refinement or Reform
2 p.m. The Road Ahead for ND Energy
2 p.m. Crisis Leadership
WHERE: Virtual event for attendees
MORE INFORMATION: To find full panel descriptions, schedule, and speaker line-up, as well as register for the event, visit ndchamber.com .