Oct. 23–25 | Indianapolis
U.S. Congressman John Lewis has dedicated his life to protecting human rights and securing civil liberties in America. As a young boy, he was inspired by the activism surrounding the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the words of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. In those pivotal moments, he made a decision to become a part of the Civil Rights Movement. Ever since, he has remained at the vanguard of progressive social movements and the human rights struggle in the United States.
As chief sustainability officer (CSO) of The Coca-Cola Company, Bea Perez created and now drives a global sustainability strategy that’s growing the business while making a positive difference for people, communities and the environment.
James Kane is considered the world’s foremost expert on what makes someone truly loyal — to another person, an organization or a cause. In his keynote presentation, “Virtually Loyal: The Secret to Building Loyal Relationships Digitally,” Kane will discuss how you can build nearly unbreakable relationships with clients, customers, members, fans, vendors, volunteers, sponsors and employees.
In his keynote presentation, “The Power of AND: Learning to Think With AND Instead of OR,”
Daniel Lubetzky will share experiences from his entrepreneurial journey, as well as discuss the role strategic communications has played in helping to establish KIND as one of the fastest growing healthy snacks brands in America.
In her keynote presentation, "How to Think Like a Futurist," Sheryl Connelly will share 10 trends she believes will change the world, as well as offer guidance on how to interpret and take advantage of these developments.
One of the most recognized faces in weather, Jim Cantore has covered every major weather event of the past 25 years with his animated, tenacious style, including Hurricanes Katrina and Irene, as well as Superstorm Sandy.