Concord, NH
Grappone Center
NHFPI's 1st Annual Policy Conference
Government in the Granite State:
Past, Present, and Future
Fri, January 31, 2014 8:30AM to 2:00PM (Eastern)
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PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.


Government in the Granite State:
Past, Present, and Future

Join NHFPI and a range of local and national experts as we examine the role New Hampshire government has played - and may play in the years ahead - in fostering economic security, promoting health, supporting education, and addressing other critical public priorities.


AGENDA
 
8:30 am            Coffee and Registration
 
9:00 am            Welcome and Introductory Remarks
                      
9:30 am            Breakout Sessions I
                       

Promoting Health and Well-Being

 
Jeanne Ryer, Director, NH Citizens Health Initiative
Lisa Kaplan Howe, Policy Director, NH Voices for Health
Tricia Brooks, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University Health Policy Institute 
 
Preparing New Hampshire’s Next Generation

 
Tom Raffio, President & CEO, Northeast Delta Dental
Mark Joyce, Executive Director, NH School Administrators Association
Tom Harnisch, Assistant Director of State Relations & Policy Analysis, American Association of State Colleges & Universities                  

 
10:45 am          Break
 
11:00 am          Breakout Sessions II
                       

Ensuring Economic Security for Families and Individuals

 
Beth Mattingly, Director of Research on Vulnerable Families, Carsey Institute
Bob Mack, President, NH Local Welfare Administrators Association
Ben Frost, Director of Public Affairs, NH Housing        
            
Fostering Sustained and Shared Economic Growth

 
Doug Hall, Director, Economic Analysis & Research Network
Rebecca Harris, Director, Transport NH
Judy Silva, Executive Director, NH Municipal Association  

 
12:30 pm          Lunch
 
1:00 pm            Keynote Address

                        Michael Leachman, Director of State Fiscal Research, 
                        Center on Budget & Policy Priorities

 
1:30 pm            Closing Remarks
                       

 

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