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Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat 2017

Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat

Date: Monday, February 6, 2017 - Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Where: Washington, DC

Event URL: www.naiop.org/cllr17

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Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat

Event Details

Agenda

Sunday, February 5

Chapter Executives Dinner and Super Bowl Party

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

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(Chapter Executives only)

Location:
Sidecar at P.J. Clarke’s
1600 K Street NW
Washington, D.C.

Monday, February 6

Registration/Information Desk Open

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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Chapter Executives Meeting

Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Continental breakfast will be served at 8:45 a.m.
Lunch will be served at noon.

(Open to chapter executives only.)

Chances are that a large segment of your members and prospects are not fully aware of the valuable resources that are available to them through NAIOP. Your role as a leader is to demonstrate the organizations indispensability – the one or more things that it does better than anybody else. This interactive session will guide you in better understanding the concept of “value” both real and perceived that associations in general and NAIOP specifically offers. Then learn how to best communicate that value to your members and prospects to maximize your marketing results.

Speaker:

  • Rick Whelan, Marketing General, Inc.
Bonus Session for Chapter Leaders: Leadership Exchange

Time: 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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3-3:15 p.m. Opening Remarks to Chapter Leaders

3:15-4:30 p.m. Chapter Leadership Breakouts by Role

Chapter leadership breakouts by role.

Developing Leader Chair
Developing Leaders are the future leaders of the organization. How do you get young professionals engaged and keep them for the long term? Hear from current leaders that are heading up the DL programs in their chapter.

Speaker:

  • Phil Dickinson, Cushman & Wakefield, NAIOP DC|MD

Membership Chair
While people may believe recruiting members is difficult, it doesn’t have to be. Learn from membership chairpersons about how to approach membership as a relationship, not from a sales perspective. Learn to take advantage of this important role.

Speakers:

  • Joseph McLoughlin, Commonwealth Land Title, NAIOP Philadelphia
  • Danny Overton, DLRE, Inc., NAIOP Tulsa

President/President Elect
Chances are that a large segment of your members and prospects are not fully aware of the valuable resources that are available to them through NAIOP. Your role as a leader is to demonstrate the organizations indispensability – the one or more things that it does better than anybody else. This interactive session will guide you in better understanding the concept of “value” both real and perceived that associations in general and NAIOP specifically offers. Then learn how to best communicate that value to your members and prospects to maximize your marketing results.

Speaker:

  • Rick Whelan, Marketing General, Inc.

Programming/Education Chair

Exceptional education and programming keeps members coming back for more. Hear ideas on unique and engaging educational programs and competitions, ways to partner with local organizations to provide activities like exclusive tours and speaker series’, and much more.

Speakers:

  • Rocco Sansone, Marsh USA, Inc., NAIOP Hawaii
  • Cathy Camp, Kamehameha Schools, NAIOP Hawaii

Public Affairs/Government Relations Chair
How do you develop and execute legislative advocacy strategies impacting CRE at the federal, state and local levels? Hear about various approaches to identifying issues, engaging membership, building coalitions and serving as the voice for CRE before policymakers.

Speakers:

  • Jim Villa, NAIOP Wisconsin
  • Michael McGuiness, NAIOP New Jersey

Treasurer
I’m not a numbers person – can I be treasurer? What are the roles and responsibilities of a treasurer for a small, medium or large chapter? Learn what you need to know before stepping into this role.

Chapter Presidents Reception

Time: 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

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Chapter presidents and executives invited.

Welcome Reception

Time: 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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Kick off the Retreat by meeting and greeting your fellow chapter leaders. Open to all attendees.

Chapter Night Out

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 11:59 p.m.

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Open evening to have dinner with your chapter.

Tuesday, February 7

Registration/Information Desk Open

Time: 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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Chapter Merit Awards Celebration Breakfast

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

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Breakfast served until 8 a.m.

Celebrate the best of the best chapter efforts in all award categories. Begin the conference by recognizing these award winners, then use the sessions and networking time to learn more about their award-winning programs and initiatives.

Speakers:

  • Thomas J. Bisacquino, President and CEO, NAIOP
  • Jonathan Tratt, 2017 NAIOP Chairman, Tratt Properties, LLC
Executive Committee Meeting

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 11:45 p.m.

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Strategic Planning Focus Group 1

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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By invitation only.

Concurrent Session: Modifying the Marketing Toolkit

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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At the touch of a button, we can send communications to any of our members at any time on any number of platforms – yet, associations still find themselves struggling to connect. How do we approach segmentation and personalization so we’re not just speaking to our members, but with them? In this session we touch on a number of traditional marketing practices that have served associations well for years that may be due for a change, and the trends and approaches that are new to the marketing landscape.

Speaker: 

  • Lowell Aplebaum, CEO, Next Connextion
Concurrent Session: Standing Room Only: Hosting Exceptional Events

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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Dynamic and creative events are the foundation of successful chapters. During this session you’ll discover new ways your chapter can raise brand awareness and membership value through compelling great speakers and events. Hear from chapters that have leveraged these opportunities to raise money, mentor young people, do business and more.

Speakers:

  • Andrew Cheney, Lee & Associates, NAIOP Arizona
  • Rich Gottlieb, Keystone Property Group, NAIOP Philadelphia
  • Patricia Harrington, LF Driscoll Company, NAIOP Philadelphia
  • Randi Reed, NAIOP Northern Nevada
Concurrent Session: Grow by Leaps and Bounds

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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Whether your chapter is small or large, there are things you can do to establish yourself, grow and succeed. Hear from some of our most successful chapters on how they have grown their membership over the past year, and take away strategies that chapters of all sizes can apply. Make your NAIOP chapter the “go-to” organization for your local commercial real estate industry.

Speakers:

  • Jody Cienfuegos, Lawyers Title, NAIOP Oregon
  • Drew Hess, American Realty Advisors, NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area
Concurrent Session: Federal Tax Policy in a Trump Administration: Challenges for Commercial Real Estate

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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President Trump and Congressional Republicans have made comprehensive tax reform a top priority for 2017, and many of their legislative proposals would have enormous impact upon the commercial real estate industry. At this session, tax policy experts will discuss some of the most important proposals that could affect the industry, including issues affecting depreciation of real estate assets, like-kind real estate exchanges and others.

Moderator: 

  • Aquiles Suarez, Vice President for Government Affairs, NAIOP Corporate

Invited speakers

Strategic Planning Focus Group 2

Time: 11 a.m. - noon

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By invitation only.

Concurrent Session: Enabling Amazing Volunteers

Time: 11 a.m. - noon

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of any association – the visionaries with industry insight, the subject matter experts training the future, the unpaid work force giving back – but traditional models are no longer keeping pace with the evolving needs of our volunteers. Associations need to consider new approaches to targeted volunteer segments, and the types of commitments they seek. In this session, we will explore how our volunteer management programs need to adapt to fit the needs of today’s volunteers.

Speaker:

  • Lowell Aplebaum, CEO, Next Connextion
Concurrent Session: Energy Benchmarking Ordinances: Challenges at the Local Level

Time: 11 a.m. - noon

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Increasingly, state and local governments are considering adopting energy-efficiency benchmarking measures – legislation and ordinances that would require property owners to report the energy consumption of their industrial and commercial buildings. As a consequence of the most recent national elections, advocates for federal benchmarking legislation have decided to shift more of their political focus and resources to the local level, with a goal of enacting additional energy benchmarking ordinances throughout the nation. This session will discuss some of these measures, and the strategies and responses employed by local NAIOP chapters who have successfully dealt with these measures.

Moderator: 

  • Toby Burke, Senior Director of State and Local Affairs, NAIOP Corporate

Invited Speakers

Concurrent Session: Unique and Effective Education

Time: 11 a.m. - noon

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Original programming ideas like commercial real estate fraud, TOD (Technology, Operations and Design) Talks and Women’s forums fill the room and leave your members wanting more. At this session, speakers will share details of some of their most successful programs so you can walk away with key ingredients for your own creative and educational programs.

Speakers:

  • Darlene Hyde, NAIOP Vancouver
  • Tony LeClerc, NAIOP Minnesota
  • Traci Miller, Miller Construction Company, NAIOP South Florida
  • Jim Zanone, Rand Construction Corporation, NAIOP Colorado
Concurrent Session: Weathering the Storm: Retention Despite a Downturn

Time: 11 a.m. - noon

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It’s not a matter of if, but when. Learn how to survive the next market recession, lead your chapter during turbulent times and maximize member retention. The decision to join or renew isn’t always guaranteed. Learn what you can do to influence your member’s buying decision. Gain tips and best practices for membership retention, program planning, volunteer involvement and strategic planning.

Speakers:

  • Katrina Bruce, NAIOP Southern Nevada
  • Tim Lawless, NAIOP Arizona
Political Keynote Luncheon

Time: 12:15 p.m. - 2 p.m.

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General Michael Hayden

While head of the country's premier intelligence agencies, General Michael Hayden was on the front lines of global change, the war on terrorism and the growing cyber challenge.

At this year's political keynote luncheon, CL&LR attendees will hear from the retired four-star general, who served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. General Hayden is known for his expertise on intelligence matters like cyber security, government surveillance, geopolitics, and more – and therefore uniquely positioned to discuss the hacking scandals that have wracked politics this year.

General Hayden will also discuss potential challenges and opportunities for the new Trump administration, his analysis of the tumultuous global environment, and what it all means for Americans and America's interests.

Before lunch we will honor a chapter with the Capitol Dome Award, a NAIOP honor bestowed for exemplary government affairs accomplishments.

Speaker:

  • General Michael Hayden, Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency

NAIOP DC|MD and Northern Virginia members and non-members interested in attending only the Political Keynote Luncheon with General Hayden can register online.

Business Development Corporate Committee Meeting

Time: 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Membership and Chapter Relations Corporate Committee Meeting

Time: 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Strategic Planning Focus Group 3

Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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By invitation only.

Concurrent Session: Prepare for Your Capitol Hill Visits: NAIOP’s 2017 Top Legislative Issues

Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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This session will provide an in-depth discussion of NAIOP’s top federal legislative issues for 2017 and an overview of the advocacy messages that NAIOP members will deliver to Capitol Hill during their visits with elected leaders and staff. The session will provide an opportunity for NAIOP members to address questions they may have on NAIOP’s public policy agenda and better prepare for their Hill visits.

Speaker:

  • Aquiles Suarez, Vice President for Government Affairs, NAIOP Corporate
Concurrent Session: Tech Worth Talking About

Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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In this session you’ll explore how to best utilize technology to expand your program offerings and streamline chapter operations. With more new apps, software and tools available every day, how do you gauge what is worth your time and investment? What new technologies are most likely to make an impact and strengthen your member-benefit argument? Attend this session for the answers to these questions and bring back new ideas for applying the latest technologies in your chapter.

Speakers:

  • Lynne Andersen, NAIOP New Mexico
  • Courtney Moore, NAIOP San Diego
  • Carlos Pineda, VeenendaalCave, NAIOP Georgia
Concurrent Session: On the Road Again

Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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NAIOP Vancouver and NAIOP Massachusetts have each established a unique program in which their chapter visits a chapter in another city to explore local projects and learn about CRE in that market. Hear from these two chapters about the programs they have delivered in other cities and leave the session with an understanding of costs and how to plan something similar for your chapter.

Speakers:

  • Darlene Hyde, NAIOP Vancouver
  • Martha Marks, NAIOP Northern Virginia
  • Taylor Pederson, NAIOP Massachusetts
Concurrent Session: Member Mind-reading

Time: 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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What types of association benefits do members really want and need? Learn valuable strategies for how your chapter can stay ahead of the membership curve and be positioned as the foremost organization for your local commercial real estate market by providing benefits that CRE professionals need. This session will focus on successful programs that chapters have developed to address the challenge of engaging and retaining members.

Speakers:

  • Peggi Lewis Fu, NAIOP Washington
  • Danny Jackson, Pietromonaco Properties, NAIOP Washington
  • Craig Miller, Duffy+Duffy Cost Segregation Services, NAIOP Northern Ohio
  • Rob Weeks, R-Weeks Consulting LLC, NAIOP Northern Ohio
Strategic Planning Focus Group 4

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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By invitation only.

Concurrent Session: DLs at the Helm

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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How does your chapter prepare newer or younger members to step into a leadership role? Developing innovative programming for DLs and engaging them in the chapter leadership structure can be a challenge. Learn about some creative programs that chapters have successfully implemented to engage DLs and how chapters effectively integrate DLs into their leadership structure.

Speakers:

  • Tiffany Greenidge, Empire State Realty Trust, NAIOP New York City
  • Ashley Grigsby, Transwestern, NAIOP Houston
  • Clayton Strolle, Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, NAIOP North Texas
Concurrent Session: NAIOP Mentorship Portal

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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NAIOP Corporate is delivering an exclusive tool for 2017 that will allow all chapters to maintain their own online mentorship programs. The powerful web-based platform is based on a unique online service, called Mentorship Rocket, now in development for associations. NAIOP’s Mentorship Portal includes software-assisted matching of mentees and mentors, scripts to facilitate recruiting of program participants, samples of communications to participants throughout the cycle of a mentorship program, and much more. Learn how your chapter can maximize this new free chapter benefit.

Speakers:

  • Courtney Bulger, Vice President for Membership and Chapter Relations, NAIOP Corporate
  • John Thomas, Connection Rocket, Inc.
State and Local Government Affairs Subcommittee Meeting

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Environment and Infrastructure Government Affairs Subcommittee Meeting

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.

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Tax and Finance Government Affairs Subcommittee Meeting

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.

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New Corporate Board Orientation

Time: 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.

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(By invitation only.)

State Organization Meetings

Time: 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

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NAIOP PAC Reception

Time: 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.

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(Invitation only)

50 Years of NAIOP: Celebrating Through the Decades

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

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Join your peers for a night of dinner and dancing in celebration of NAIOP’s 50 years. Come dressed as your favorite decade – the disco 70s, beatnik 60s, grunge 90s – and enjoy the live band, decade-themed games and costume contest.

Wednesday, February 8

Registration/Information Desk Open

Time: 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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Luggage Storage

Time: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Corporate Board of Directors Meeting

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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Breakfast Buffet

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.

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Canadian Chapter Public Policy Session

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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The first part of the session will focus on advocacy initiatives at the provincial and local levels. At 8:30 a.m., attendees will depart for the Canadian Embassy for a discussion on the economic relationship between Canada and the United States in light of Prime Minister Trudeau’s position on NAFTA and other trade deals following the election of President Trump. 

Speaker: Carrie Goodge O’Brien, Counsellor - Trade Policy, Embassy of Canada in Washington

Depart for Capitol Hill Visits

Time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

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Capitol Hill visits will depart from the lobby. Taxis are available from the hotel’s main entrance. Please leave all luggage at the Capital Hilton.

Capitol Hill Club

Time: 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Location: 300 First Street SE, directly across from Capitol

Please join us throughout the day in the Roosevelt and Taft rooms at the Capitol Hill Club. A light lunch and refreshments will be served.

Speakers

Speakers

Lynne Andersen

Lowell Aplebaum, CAE

Kathie Barstnar

Thomas J. Bisacquino

Courtney Bulger

Toby Burke

Jody Cienfuegos

Peggi Lewis Fu

Rich Gottlieb

Elizabeth R. Greene

Tiffany Greenidge

Ashley Grigsby

Patricia Harrington

General Michael Hayden

Darlene Hyde

Danny Jackson

Tony LeClerc, CAE

Craig Miller

Carlos Pineda

Randi Reed

Rocco Sansone

Clayton Strolle, PE, LEED AP BD+C

Aquiles F. Suarez

John Thomas

Jonathan Tratt

Robert Weeks

Sponsors

Attendees

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Name Company Title Chapter
Aarnaes, Eric US Bank Commercial Real Estate Vice President San Diego Chapter, NAIOP
Agee, Jovan Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP Legislative Affairs Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP
Alderson, John Westfield LLC Director of Development San Diego Chapter, NAIOP
Allen, Grant HUB International CFR Risk Consultant Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP
Andersen, Lynne New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP President New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP
Arender, Allen Holladay Properties Vice President of Development Nashville Chapter, NAIOP
Atkinson, Jay Paceline Investors Managing Principal San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, NAIOP
Avila Connelly, Claudia Mexican Association of Business and Industrial Parks Executive Director Mexican Association of Business and Industrial Parks
Baker, Yvonne Franklin Street Regional Managing Partner Central Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Barcomb, Denise Ticor Title Company Commercial Sales Executive Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Barstnar, Kathie NAIOP Colorado Executive Director Colorado Chapter, NAIOP
Bastian, Ben CBRE | Capital Markets Production Analyst Minnesota Chapter, NAIOP
Beard, T. Richard Schulman & Beard Commercial Real Estate Partner North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP
Beattie, Roseanne DBI Architects, Inc. Principal DC|MD Chapter, NAIOP
Beichler, William McGraw Commercial Properties Broker/Associate Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP
Bell, Bilijack Wilson, Hull & Neal Partner Georgia Chapter, NAIOP
Belsick, Jody Kimley-Horn Practice Builder Southern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Bennett, Justin DCT Industrial Senior Vice President Houston Chapter, NAIOP
Bird, Stephanie Colliers International Associate Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Bishop, Ann Wallace Properties, Inc. Senior Vice President Washington State Chapter, NAIOP
Bit, Gino Krahn Group of Companies Vice President - Operations Edmonton Chapter, NAIOP
Bohn, Julie Cushman & Wakefield of Florida, Inc. Director - Brokerage Division Northeast Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Bokor, Kelsey Tampa Bay Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director Tampa Bay Chapter, NAIOP
Borcherding, Jenna JLL Associate Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Borgel, James Holland & Hart LLP Partner Colorado Chapter, NAIOP
Boyer, Nathan The Boyer Company Partner Utah Chapter, NAIOP
Bravo, Angelina Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP
Brill, Carole Resource Management and Development Business Manager Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Browning, Kurt Titan Development LLC Chief Development Officer New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP
Bruce, Katrina Southern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP Chapter Executive Director Southern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Bryden, Kate MRP Industrial LLC Vice President Development Maryland Chapter, NAIOP
Buchanan, Carmel Northeast Florida Chapter, NAIOP Chapter Executive Northeast Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Burkett, Philip Meyer Design Inc. Principal Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Callison, Glenn Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. Attorney North Texas Chapter, NAIOP
Camp, Catherine Kamehameha Schools Planning & Development Director Hawaii Chapter, NAIOP
Candlish, Kyle Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP Assistant Sacramento Valley Chapter, NAIOP
Carson, Molly Ryan Companies US, Inc. Vice President of Development Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Cassell, Kendra Edwards Construction Vice President, Business Development Central Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Castle, Eric Shorenstein Realty Services. LP Vice President - Leasing Manager Oregon Chapter, NAIOP
Cattanach, Philip The Opus Group Director, Real Estate Development Minnesota Chapter, NAIOP
Cesta, Joe CBRE Managing Director Inland Empire Chapter, NAIOP
Charvel Orozco, Pablo Califia Industrial Park President Mexican Association of Business and Industrial Parks
Cheney, Quinn Minnesota Chapter, NAIOP Director of Public Policy Minnesota Chapter, NAIOP
Cheney, Andrew Lee & Associates | Arizona Principal Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Cienfuegos, Jody Lawyers Title National Accounts Manager Oregon Chapter, NAIOP
Cleverly, Lindsay Utah Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director Utah Chapter, NAIOP
Coleman, William Marvin F. Poer & Company Vice President Central Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Corley, Alison San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, NAIOP
Craven, Richard Sikora Law/Omni Title Attorney Central Ohio Chapter, NAIOP
Davis Knapik, Heidi Gunster Yoakley & Stewart Attorney South Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Dedekind, Brendon Prologis VP Market Officer Central Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Dehnert, Rick Highwoods Properties, Inc. Vice President North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP
Dekker, Dale Dekker/Perich/Sabatini Ltd. Principal New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP
Deller, Lindy Dickson Commercial Group Associate Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
DeLuca, Domonic Turner Construction Company Special Projects Division Manager Northern Ohio Chapter, NAIOP
Derksen, Paul QuadReal Property Group Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Dickinson, Philip Cushman & Wakefield Senior Vice President DC|MD Chapter, NAIOP
DiDiano, Brian Barringer Construction Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP
Doran, Kathleen New York City Chapter, NAIOP Chapter Executive New York City Chapter, NAIOP
Dougherty, DebbieLee Central Ohio Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director Central Ohio Chapter, NAIOP
Dunaway, William Clark Partington Attorney Northwest Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Dunnagan, Mark Frank L. Blum Construction Company Vice President, Project Development North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP
Durand-Stuebben, Teresa Auld and White Constructors Vice President of Business Development Northeast Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Eikinas, Valoree CALYX Engineers + Consultants Principal Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP
Elson, Philip Aerostar SES LLC Senior Program Manager Northeast Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Evans, Robert Talley & Associates Executive Director Inland Empire Chapter, NAIOP
Fielder, Elizabeth Fielder Law Ltd Attorney Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Figlioli, Vinnie Harris Mechanical Intermountain General Manager Utah Chapter, NAIOP
Fiveash, Charles Lavista Associates Associate Georgia Chapter, NAIOP
Fogleman, Pat North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP Chapter Administrator North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP
Folkins-Roberts, Shirley Panattoni Development Co, Inc. Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Foster, Jeff Prologis Vice President - Market Officer Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Franke, Paul Polsinelli PC Attorney Colorado Chapter, NAIOP
Freeman, Jessica Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP Executive Director Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP
Fritsch, Tom CBRE | Raleigh Managing Director Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP
Fuller, Gregory Granite Properties, Inc. President and COO North Texas Chapter, NAIOP
Gaddy, Aaron Claymore Construction Management, LLC Principal Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP
Gallegos, John New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP Vice President New Mexico Chapter, NAIOP
Gamble, Jim Bohler Engineering NC, PLLC Charlotte Chapter, NAIOP
Gibbons, David Elberon Development Group President New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Goodwin, Elizabeth Doster Construction Company, Inc. Business Development Manager Nashville Chapter, NAIOP
Goodwin, Derrick Margulies Perruzzi Architects Business Development Manager Massachusetts Chapter, NAIOP
Gottlieb, Richard Keystone Property Group President and Chief Operating Officer Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Grant, Jerry Graham & Company Vice President, Office Group Alabama Chapter, NAIOP
Green, George Robins & Morton Commercial Division Manager Alabama Chapter, NAIOP
Green, David Scientific Properties Leasing Director Raleigh Durham Chapter, NAIOP
Greenidge, Tiffany Empire State Realty Trust Marketing Account Executive New York City Chapter, NAIOP
Gregory, Natalie Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter, NAIOP Chapter Marketing Administrator Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter, NAIOP
Grigsby, Ashley Transwestern Development Company Managing Director - Finance Houston Chapter, NAIOP
Guild, Richard Guild Company LLC President Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP
Gusweiler, Thomas Neyer Properties, Inc. Leasing Specialist Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter, NAIOP
Gutierrez, Francisco General Growth Properties Senior Director, Development Hawaii Chapter, NAIOP
Habich, Robert Davis & Kuelthau, S.C. Shareholder Wisconsin Chapter, NAIOP
Hanna, Emily Crown Realty Partners Partner, Investments Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Harrington, Patricia LF Driscoll Company Executive Director of Business Development Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Harris, Scott Choate Construction Company Vice President Charlotte Chapter, NAIOP
Harris, Matthew Avison Young Senior Associate, Industrial Properties Northern Nevada Chapter, NAIOP
Harris, Zachary Stan Johnson Company Associate Oklahoma Chapter, NAIOP
Harrison, Donald GWL Realty Advisors, Inc. Executive Vice President, Business Development & Client Services Vancouver Chapter, NAIOP
Hartigan, Jennifer New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP Director of Programs & Education New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP

Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill Day

Wednesday, February 8

We encourage every chapter to take advantage of the opportunity to meet with your respective representatives and senators to voice NAIOP’s legislative concerns on critical issues. NAIOP will provide materials and education on the issues most pressing to our association and industry during CL&LR – but first you need to schedule your appointments.

Use the following checklist to schedule a meeting with your Congressional representatives:

First week of January:

  • Have a constituent from the representative’s home district request an appointment with your Representative or Senator by contacting their scheduler. Typically, you will be asked to email a letter requesting an appointment. List all constituents who will attend and the main issues you wish to cover. If your elected official is unable to participate in the meeting, ask if they would be available for a photo opportunity afterwards. An example letter is provided for your use.
  • Follow-up with a phone call to the official’s scheduler within one week. If the elected official is not available, ask to meet with the staff that is responsible for covering our priority issues:

First week of February:

  • Confirm any outstanding appointments.
  • Notify NAIOP of your scheduled meetings

Post-Meeting:

If you need assistance in scheduling your appointments, contact the Government Affairs Department at 703-904-7100.

Capitol Hill Club: A room has been reserved again this year at the Capitol Hill Club for attendees to congregate before, during and after meeting their representatives. A light buffet lunch and refreshments will be served. Luggage may not be taken to Capitol Hill and should be stored in NAIOP’s luggage storage at the Capital Hilton.

CMA Nominations

Chapter Merti Awards and Nominations

The annual Chapter merit Award Program is an opportunity for our chapters to highlight their tremendous achievements during the past year.

Chapter of the Year

Communication Initiative

Community Service

Developing Leaders Program

Education

Legislative/Government Affairs

Membership

Special Event

Sponsorship Program

Volunteer of the Year

Outstanding Contribution by a Chapter Executive or Administrator

Outstanding Leadership by a Chapter President

Hotel/Travel

Hotel and Travel Information

Capital Hilton
1001 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-393-1000
Fax: 202-639-5784

Hotel Reservations

The CL&LR room block at the Capital Hilton is now full. Please feel free to book at an alternative hotel. NAIOP will reimburse attendees up to $244 single/double, exclusive of taxes – the negotiated rate at the Capital Hilton.

Transportation

  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
    Distance from hotel: 5 miles; drive time: 20 minutes.
  • Washington Dulles International Airport
    Distance from hotel: 25 miles; drive time: 45 minutes.
  • Baltimore/Washington International
    Distance from hotel: 30 miles; drive time: 1 hour.

To learn more about transportation options to and from the Capital Hilton, visit the hotel website

Parking

Valet parking is available for $56 per day. There is no self-parking at the hotel. There are nearby garages within walking distance.

Weather

Average February temperatures in Washington, DC range from an average high of 47 degrees to a low of 30 degrees. 

Registration

Registration

Reimbursement

Download the reimbursement form. 

Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat Travel and Expense Policy:

  • Attendees who have been pre-approved by their chapter board will be reimbursed for hotel and travel (per the noted travel regulation). Medium and large chapters can have up to five (5) approved attendees and small chapters can have up to four (4) approved attendees for reimbursement.
  • Session/event attendance at CL&LR will determine the attendee’s deductible. The following are eligible to be counted toward reimbursement: (1) All concurrent sessions; (2) Bonus Session for Chapter Leaders; (3) Canadian Chapter Session; (4) Capitol Hill visits (two visits count as one option).
    • $375 deductible – attend a minimum of four options.
    • $500 deductible – attend a minimum of three options.
  • Attendees who fail to meet the minimum attendance requirements for the two deductible options will not be reimbursed for hotel and travel expenses.
  • All attendees must sign in to breakout sessions to receive credit for attendance. To receive credit for Capitol Hill visits, return Capitol Hill feedback forms to Jessica Negron. These forms are available at the Retreat and online.
  • Airline tickets must be coach fare, non-refundable with a 21-day advance purchase. Tickets purchased within a 21-day window will be reimbursed at the average 21-day fare for that route. Attendees should utilize alternative local airports (IAD, DCA or BWI) if by doing so the airfare savings is $300 or more. If a flight is greater than 1000 miles, an attendee should use connections if the savings from doing so is $300 or greater.
  • NAIOP will reimburse for one checked bag per attendee.

Sponsorships

Sponsorships

Sponsoring the NAIOP Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat is a unique way to connect with industry and chapter leaders from across the country. CL&LR brings together 300 top real estate executives who serve as volunteer leaders in 51 NAIOP chapters across North America.

Sample benefits include:

  • Recognition in conference materials, mobile app and website.
  • Special signage throughout the conference and materials distribution table.
  • Co-sponsorship of the 50 Years of NAIOP: Celebrating Through the Decades reception and up to three invitations to attend.

For sponsorship information, contact Christopher Ware at 800-666-6780, ext. 127.