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Agenda 2014

OneSouthCarolina®:  The 2014 DLI Graduate Experience

One Million Engines:
Reducing Poverty, Bridging the Divide and
Creating Real Economic Development in South Carolina
 

FRIDAY, February 28

11 am: Optional Golf 

24:30 pm: Check-In and Registration  Lobby

3:15 - 4:30 pm: Remembering “The Forgotten South Carolina” – Where Are We Now? — Sabal Palm Room

Moderator: Mark Quinn, Director, Member and Public Relations, Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina
Roland Gardner, CEO of Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Comprehensive Health Services 
The Honorable Jenny Horne, South Carolina House of Representatives
Doug Pardue, Special Projects Reporter, The Post and Courier
Terry Richardson, Attorney, Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook and Brickman, LLC  

5:307:00 pm: Reception  Foyer/Gallery

7–8:30 pm:  Dinner  Ballroom G-J

Welcome
Dick Riley, former South Carolina governor and United States Secretary of Education

Remarks
Carl Kohrt, Interim President, Furman University

Looking Back and Moving Forward: OneSouthCarolina 2012 and 2013
Jacki Martin, Associate Director, Riley Institute at Furman

Conversation: Arts, Culture, Community and the Economy
Moderator: Mark Quinn
Kerri Forrest, Director of Institutional Advancement, American College of the Building Arts
Ken May, Executive Director, South Carolina Arts Commission
Cate Ryba, Executive Director, HUB-BUB

SATURDAY, March 1

8:00-9 am: Breakfast and Plenary  Ballroom A-F

8:30 am: Remarks

Juan Johnson, president, JDJ Consulting and facilitator, Diversity Leaders Initiative

9-9:15 am: Break

9:15-11:15 am: Plenary  Ballroom G-J 

One Million Engines
Don Gordon, Executive Director, Riley Institute at Furman

A Tale of Three Cities: How Experiments in Education, Entrepreneurship and
Healthcare are Bridging Divides

David Brancaccio, Reporter, Anchor, Speaker and Storyteller

Conversation with David Brancaccio and Linda O'Bryon, President and Chief Executive Officer, South Carolina ETV

The Spirit and Legacy of Lowcountry Rice:
Race, Ingenuity / Injustice, Culture and Economy
Jonathan Green, artist

11:15 am -Noon: Creative Break Foyer/Gallery

Noon-1:00 pm: Lunch Ballroom A-F

1 – 1:15 pm: Break

1:15 – 3:30 pm: Plenary  Ballroom G-J

Panel: Toward An Inclusive Economy
Moderator: David Brancaccio
Bill Barnet, CEO, Barnet Development Corporation
Russell Booker, Superintendent, Spartanburg County School District Seven
Harris DeLoach, Chairman and former CEO, Sonoco
Rainey Knight, Consultant, SC Education Oversight Committee and former Superintendent,
Darlington County Schools
Jim Reynolds, CEO, Total Comfort Solutions
Sherrie Snipes-Williams, CEO, Charleston Promise Neighborhood
Karen Woodward, Superintendent, Lexington School District One
Anita Zucker, CEO, The InterTech Group

CONNECT Session

Audience Q & A

3:30 pm: Choose to Read meeting (Optional) — Sabal Palm Room

3:30 – 5:30 pm: Break

5:30 pm: Reception and Oyster Roast  The Café

6:30 pm: Dinner  The Café

Music by Mac Arnold and Plate Full O' Blues

SUNDAY, March 2

8:30 – 10:15 am: Breakfast and Plenary  Ballroom G-J

9:00 am: Introduction of the Honorable Charles Bolden 

Dick Riley

9:10 am: Standing on the Ground, Reaching for the Stars: How My Home State Can Succeed in the Knowledge-Based Economy

The Honorable Charles Bolden, Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Closing Remarks

Dick Riley

Adjourn