2019 Future of Florida Forum Videos

State of Florida Business

Mark Wilson, President & CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce

Florida Economic Snapshot and Outlook

Jerry D. Parrish, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Florida Chamber Foundation

The Presidential Road to the 2020 White House Goes Through Florida

–David Hart, Executive Vice President, Florida Chamber of Commerce –Andrew Wiggins, Senior Director of Campaigns & Elections, Florida Chamber of Commerce –Joe Clements, Advisor, Florida Chamber Political Program

Online Sales Tax: It’s Not a New Tax

Senator Joe Gruters, District 23; Chairman, Republican Party of Florida  

$4,442 Reasons to Fix Florida’s Broken Legal Climate

–Introduced by Mark Wilson, President & CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce
–Moderator: William Large, President, Florida Justice Reform Institute
–Harold Kim, VP, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and COO, Institute for Legal Reform
–Representative Tom Leek, District 25
– Senate President-Designate Wilton Simpson, District 10

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles…Oh My!

Kevin J. Thibault, P.E., Secretary, Florida Department of Transportation

Better Candidates Equal a Better Future

Rick Asnani, Director, Florida Institute for Political Leadership

Giving Back for Florida’s Future

–Moderator: David Odahowski, President, Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation
–Clay Ingram, CEO, Volunteer Florida
–Sabeen Perwaiz, President & CEO, Florida Nonprofit Alliance
–Kay Rawlins, Founder & Sr. VP of Community Relations, President, Orlando City Foundation

Putting a Woman on the Moon by 2024: Launching Artemis

–Frank DiBello, President & CEO, Space Florida
–Mark Wiese, Gateway Logistics Element Manager, NASA Kennedy Space Center

Creating the Workforce of the Future at the Intersection of People and Technology

Joe Quaglia, President, Americas, Tech Data    

The Importance of Second Chances in Florida’s Justice System

–Senator Jeff Brandes, District 24
–Shon Hopwood, Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Early Learning Creates Lifelong Opportunities

Representative Vance Aloupis, District 115; CEO, The Children’s Movement of Florida