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Economic and Social Sustainability at Airports (2019)

Chapter: Appendix A. Program Agenda

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A. Program Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Economic and Social Sustainability at Airports. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25597.
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16 APPENDIX A Program Agenda

17 Economic and Social Sustainability at Airports | May 7-8, 2018 Monday, May 7, 2018 Time Topic Speaker(s) 8:30am- 9:00am Breakfast 9:00am- 9:15am Welcome Address Room: Keck 100 Joe Navarrete, Senior Program Officer, Airport Cooperative Research Program Neil Pedersen, Executive Director, Transportation Research Board Carol Lurie, Planning Committee Chair 9:15am- 10:15am Plenary 1: Setting the Social Stage Room: Keck 100 Featuring a presentation and panel discussion among aviation and non-aviation industry leaders establishing the main topics of interest and context around social sustainability at airports. Presenter Dr. Steve Nakana, Social Equity Manager, Port of Portland Panelists Greg Jones, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, United Airlines Marion Town, Director of Environment, Vancouver International Airport Angie Fyfe, Executive Director USA, ICLEI 10:15am- 10:30am Break & Refreshments 10:30am- 11:30am Plenary 2: Setting the Economic Stage Room: Keck 100 Featuring a presentation and panel discussion among aviation and non-aviation industry leaders establishing the main topics of interest and context around economic sustainability at airports. Presenter Ted Howard, Co-Founder/President, The Democracy Collaborative Panelists Shannetta Griffin, P.E., Chief Development Officer, Columbus Regional Airport Authority Cindy Nichol, Chief Financial Officer, Port of Portland David Birtwistle, Board Member, Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce/ Chief Executive Officer, Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance 11:30am- 12:30pm Networking Luncheon Program Agenda

Economic and Social Sustainability at Airports | May 7-8, 2018 18 Monday, May 7, 2018 Time Topic Speaker(s) 12:30pm- 1:15pm Keynote Address: Airports’ Role in Mitigating Human Trafficking Room: Keck 100 Featuring a presentation by Dr. Davina Durgana with insights to assist airports in mitigating human trafficking. Keynote Speaker Dr. Davina Durgana, Senior Statistician and Report Co-Author, Global Slavery Index, Walk Free Foundation; Assistant Professor of Sustainable Development, SIT Graduate Institute 1:15pm- 1:35pm Introduction to Interactive Breakout Discussions/ Transition to Breakout Rooms Room: Keck 100 1:35pm- 2:35pm Interactive Breakout Discussions Day 1 Discussion topics to include • Local and Regional Economic Impacts Room: Keck 103 • Tenant, Concessionaire, and Service Provider Considerations Room: Keck 105 • Passenger and Customer Considerations Room: Keck 100 • Metrics, Reporting, and Administrative Issues Room: Keck 106 Facilitators: Mike Brown, Director of Business Intelligence, GTAA Cindy Nichol, CFO, Port of Portland Steve Mayers, Airport Director, Customer Experience and ADA Coordinator, ATL Alyson Genovese, Director/Head of Regional Hub: USA & Canada, GRI 2:35pm- 2:50pm Break & Refreshments 2:50pm- 3:35pm Report Back: Interactive Breakout Discussions Day 1 Room: Keck 100 Facilitators will lead a plenary discussion synthesizing lessons learned and main themes from the Interactive Breakout Discussions Day 1. Interactive Breakout Discussions Facilitators 3:35pm- 4:30pm Open Mic: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Room: Keck 100 Participants are invited to succinctly share their experiences with economic and social sustainability. Moderator Kurt Gering, Director, Talent, Culture & Capability, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority 4:30pm- 6:00pm Networking Reception Room: Keck Atrium

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Conference Proceedings on the Web 23: Economic and Social Sustainability at Airports is a compilation of the presentations and a summary of the ensuing discussions at May 7-8, 2018, forum in Washington, D.C.

The meeting brought together individuals from airports, airlines, academia, consulting, local and regional government, general sustainability professionals, and others. The forum included sessions on social sustainability, economic sustainability, keynotes on mitigating human trafficking and innovative development at airports, and interactive breakout discussions delving into myriad social and economic sustainability topics.

ACRP organized the event as part of its series of convening activities titled “ACRP Insight Events.” ACRP Insight Events are forums that foster dialogue among professionals across sectors, institutions, and industries.

ACRP Insight Events convene airport industry leaders and subject matter experts in various fields to encourage discussion and promote broader and deeper insight on topics of significance to airport operators. These in-depth, face-to-face gatherings are designed to promote communication and collaboration, foster innovation, and help identify areas of future interest and research, especially for topics of emerging importance.

Copies of the slides of presentations made at the form are available online. The literature review prepared for the event is also available online.

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