Friday May 19, 2023
7:30 - 7:45 am | Networking Light breakfast and coffee available 7:45 - 9:00 am | Program Revive Church at The Bridge $20, $15 Seniors
Samantha Geerdes (303) 424-0313 THE TOP THREE REASONS TO ATTEND THIS CAN'T-MISS EVENT! 1. Get an inside look at the legislation that will impact local businesses
Community Impact Forum: Legislative Session Recap
Date and Time
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM MDT
8270 W. 80th Ave
Arvada, CO 80005
Join us on May 19th for a recap and discussion of the Colorado state legislative session, including insight on the bills that will have the biggest impact on Colorado businesses.
Hear a recap of the most impact 2023 state legislation, including a behind-the-scenes look at the evolution of the most talked-about bills and the moments when business and community sentiment played a significant role.
2. Compare session outcomes with Arvada Chamber's positions
Through the Advocacy KAPS Council, the Jefferson County Business Lobby (JCBL), and consistent outreach to elected officials at all levels of government, the Arvada Chamber strives to stay informed on the latest developments while advocating for a strong local economy. This year the Arvada Chamber has taken dozens of positions on legislation tied to priority issues of business regulation, childcare, housing, and workforce. At this event, see a final scorecard of the Chamber's 2023 bill positions.
3. Network with elected officials, and business and community leaders
Before and after the event, enjoy coffee and breakfast items with fellow leaders and connectors in the community.
Representative Brianna Titone
Brianna Titone represents House District 27 in Jefferson County. Brianna serves as Chair of the Legislative LGBTQ+ Caucus, Chair of the Joint Technology Committee, and as a member of the Energy & Environment, Health & Insurance and Agriculture, Livestock and Water Committees. She also serves on the SIPA Board, the JeffCo Schools STEM Advisory Board, the NCSL Energy and Environment and Transportations committees. LEARN MORE.
Ed Sealover, Colorado Chamber of Commerce
With a background of 28 years in journalism and reporting on the Colorado Legislature and the business community, Ed Sealover brings extensive experience and knowledge to the Colorado Chamber. Sealover previously served as a senior reporter with The Denver Business Journal for 14 years, where he reported on state government, economic development, transportation, health care, tourism, hospitality and the beverage industry. LEARN MORE.
Jeff Weist, Weist Capitol Group
Jeff crafts sound public policy on behalf of corporate, government, non-profit and trade association clients, and works closely with legislators and regulators to advance balanced legislative solutions. For nearly 20 years, clients have consulted with Jeff for all aspects of government relations, including strategic planning, lobbying, political fundraising, coalition building, grassroots campaigns and communications. LEARN MORE.
Rachel Beck, Colorado Competitive Council (C3)
The Colorado Competitive Council’s executive director, Rachel Beck, has 20 years of experience in municipal and state government policy, research and strategic communications. In her career, Rachel has an impressive list of accomplishments within the business community in a variety of areas. LEARN MORE.
Friday May 19, 2023
7:30 - 7:45 am | Networking Light breakfast and coffee available
7:45 - 9:00 am | Program
Revive Church at The Bridge
$20, $15 Seniors
Samantha Geerdes (303) 424-0313
THE TOP THREE REASONS TO ATTEND THIS CAN'T-MISS EVENT!
1. Get an inside look at the legislation that will impact local businesses