ELGL19 Keynote: Lightning Round with Traeger Award Winners

Posted on February 11, 2019


lightning round with traeger award winners

The ELGL Annual Conference is fast approaching. We’ll be gathering in Durham, North Carolina on May 16 & 17 to learn from the brightest minds in local government. To get you ready for the conference we’ll be rolling out the agenda, announcing one session a day until you won’t be able to take it any longer and you’ll just have to attend. Register for #ELGL19.


Keynote: Lightning Round with the Traeger Award Winners

Talking at lightning speed with literally the most passion about local government? Sounds like a job for Chris Traeger… We’re bringing 2019’s top ten Traeger Award winners to the stage for a whirlwind keynote session. Each speaker has four minutes and twenty slides to share their local gov passion with conference attendees. Learn from speakers from across the country and working in all different sectors of local government!

Speakers:

Amanda DaflosJamie EustaceCathy BaileyZach Navin
Amanda Daflos
Innovation Team Director
Los Angeles, CA
LinkedIn & Twitter
Jamie Eustace
Library Director
Baytown, TX
LinkedIn
Cathy Bailey
Water Works Director
Cincinnati, OH
LinkedIn & Twitter
Zach Navin
Public Works
Management Analyst
Wauwatosa, WI
LinkedIn & Twitter
Darrin TangemanJason JonesLori SassoonBertha Johnson
Darrin Tangeman
City Manager
Woodland Park, CO
LinkedIn & Twitter
Jason Jones
Analytics & Innovation Manager
Guilford County, NC
LinkedIn & Twitter
Lori Sassoon
Deputy City Manager
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
LinkedIn & Twitter
Bertha Johnson
Budget & Management
Services Director
Durham, NC
LinkedIn & Twitter
Aaron Foley
Aaron Foley
Chief Storyteller
Detroit, MI
LinkedIn & Twitter

Study Up for the Session:

2018 Chris Traeger Award – #1 to #10

Los Angeles’ Director of Innovation Delivery to Revitalize City Neighborhoods

Baytown Library Writes its Own Story

The First Lady of Water, Cathy Bailey, Cincinnati, OH

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Veterans in Local Government with Will Doerfer & Darrin Tangeman

 I Have to Ask You: Lessons from Track and Field

Rancho Cucamonga looking for a partner to restore, reuse historic Etiwanda depot

Budgeting & Engagement in Durham, NC with Bertha Johnson & John Allore

Podcast: Detroit’s Chief Storyteller, Aaron Foley

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