CityLab Baltimore

August 2, 2017
Baltimore, MD

HOSTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

CityLab Baltimore will convene top urban stakeholders from around the country to discuss some of the most pressing issues US cities face. From public safety and health to arts and culture, we'll explore the challenges and successes of the community. We'll examine the building blocks of economic development and discuss lessons learned from top mayors.

This gathering will serve as an important precursor to CityLab Paris to be held this October 22-24. For the past four years, CityLab has gathered the most creative global mayors and city practitioners alongside artists, academics, funders, and other public and private sector leaders from around the world.

1:30 pm ET  Guest Arrival
2:00 pm ET  Program Begins
5:00 pm ET  Closing Reception

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway
5 West North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201

For more information, please contact Carly Spraggins cspraggins@theatlantic.com

Presented by

Atlantic Live

Speakers

  • Nicole Alexander Scott
    Nicole Alexander Scott Director Rhode Island Department of Health
  • Michael Botticelli
    Michael Botticelli Executive Director, Grayken Center for Addiction Medicine, Boston Medical Center; Distinguished Policy Scholar, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Former Director of National Drug Control Policy, Obama Administration
  • Ron Brownstein
    Ron Brownstein Senior Editor The Atlantic
  • Mayor Catherine Pugh
    Mayor Catherine Pugh City of Baltimore
  • Mayor Kathy Sheehan
    Mayor Kathy Sheehan City of Albany
  • Leana Wen
    Leana Wen Commissioner of Health City of Baltimore
  • Gillian White
    Gillian White Senior Associate Editor The Atlantic

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