23rd Annual General Assembly
March 23 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Registration is OPEN
The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) board of directors invites you to participate in our 23rd Annual General Assembly.
The General Assembly is an opportunity for the region’s thought leaders to gather, share ideas and discuss important issues. The theme for the SBCCOG’s 2023 General Assembly is “The South Bay: Leading the Way in Resilience & Adaptability.” The conference will feature panel discussions and interactive exhibits. This year’s program will explore how the South Bay is adapting to the growing impacts of climate crisis and working to create a more resilient future. The community, as well as county, state, and federal legislators representing the South Bay, are invited to hear an array of speakers.
This free event is designed with elected officials, city staff, city commissioners, residents and local businesses in mind and is made possible by the SBCCOG’s generous sponsors. Become a sponsor now and start receiving recognition immediately. Contact Rosemary Lackow at [email protected] to sign up for one of the following categories:
Golden Circle: $10,000 Patron $7,500 Benefactors: $5,000 Sponsor: $2,500
Read our speaker bios, list of sponsors and register for the event below:
SBCCOG 23rd Annual GASBCCOG's General Assembly registration form
Speaker Presentations and Bios
John Cruikshank (Moderator), Mayor Pro Tem, Rancho Palos Verdes/SBCCOG Board Chair
Keynote Speaker: Gene Rodrigues, Assistant Secretary for Electricity for the Office of Electricity, US Department of Energy
Dr. Lorenzo Kristov