Hilton WPB 600 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Friday, June 15, 2018 (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Breakthroughs: The Leadership Palm Beach County Summit will bring together 300 leaders from private, public and nonprofit sectors to understand some of our community’s toughest challenges and develop real solutions to solve them.
The free summit on Friday, June 15 at Hilton West Palm Beach will kick off with the release of a new community poll that will survey Palm Beach County and pinpoint the most pressing issues. After that, summit participants will hear from experts on three key local issues and get involved in initiatives to create rapid changes.
And then the real work will begin, as LPBC alumni, attendees and other leaders spend the next 100 days coming up with real and tangible solutions in tackling those issues. These efforts won’t end there. The work groups will be encouraged to keep collaborating, innovating, and executing many more breakthroughs to make Palm Beach County a better place to live.
Until now, there have been few, if any, occasions that brought county leaders from private and public sectors together at the size and scope — and with the infrastructure and deployment — than through Breakthroughs: The Leadership Palm Beach County Summit.
LPBC has created a blueprint for connecting local leaders and getting them to work together, to create lasting change. Our powerful alumni network will join with fellow community trailblazers to develop breakthrough solutions. LPBC will integrate these issues into our ongoing programs, a powerful and unique aspect to the summit that makes it different from most other conferences.
The summit is open to all in the community who are interested in deepening their civic commitment and awareness of complex and diverse issues.
If this is you, join us on June 15 at Breakthroughs: The Leadership Palm Beach County Summit.
Ready to get involved? Learn more at breakthroughspbc.org.
Want to support our summit through a sponsorship? Contact Rick Sartory (Class of 2014) at 561-676-2966 or email him at email@example.com.