Robin Carnahan is the latest speaker to join the exciting roster of presenters at the upcoming CEA National Issues Conference. Ms. Carnahan has had a distinguished career in public service, including an eight-year tenure as Missouri’s Secretary of State. She’s a nationally recognized government technology leader and, in 2017, was named one of the federal government’s “Top Women in Tech.” Most recently, Carnahan was a Fellow at Georgetown University’s Beeck Center, where she co-founded the State Software Collaborative. Ms. Carnahan comes from a family of public servants, with her father, the late Mel Carnahan, serving as governor of Missouri until 2000.
Carnahan joins a lineup that includes Jessica Looman from the Department of Labor, Congressman Gerry Connolly, and Mariah Becker from NCCMP. We are honored to have the Honorable Earl Pomeroy as moderator for this event.
The CEA National Issues Conference allows you to learn more about the latest information on new and proposed laws and regulations that affect your business and the industry. Running from Tuesday, May 2nd to Thursday, May 4th, the CEA National Issues Conference is designed to allow SMACNA members the opportunity to lobby Congressional offices on matters important to our industry. It is also a chance to network and build connections with other industry members nationwide. Click here to register today.
Please view the all-association preliminary agenda here (agenda subject to change based on speaker availability). Please note: SMACNA-only events being held on the evenings of May 2nd and May 3rd do not appear on the all-association agenda.