Kevin Johnson, the first African American mayor of the City of Sacramento, will be hosting a tech talk at the inaugural Black Enterprise TechConneXt Summit, October 12-13, in Silicon Valley.
Since entering office in 2008, Mayor Johnson has been on a mission to reshape the city of Sacramento by creating jobs and economic development, launching sustainability initiatives, improving public safety, and enhancing the local quality of life. He is currently president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and chair of the National Resilient Communities for America Campaign. He also is a member of the White House Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience. Needless to say, as a community advocate, Mayor Johnson has profound insight on leadership, economic growth, and the importance of innovation and job creation.
Mayor Johnson will now bring his passions, knowledge, and expertise to the attendees of the TechConneXt Summit. In addition to networking, connecting with tech professionals, finding funding for businesses, and engaging lead tech companies, attendees can also expect to hear from the most prominent leader of Sacramento at this groundbreaking event.
Do not miss the inaugural Black Enterprise TechConneXt Summit. Grab your resume, your growth-mindset, and your most innovative ideas and be at Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, October 12-13. Register now.
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