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Day 1 Presentations

Day 2 Presentations

Originally launched in 2014 to chart the progress of the Cape Cod 208 Plan Update, OneCape has since become a forum for community activists, industry practitioners, municipal staff and appointed board members, and local elected leaders to discuss regional issues related to the unique environment and economy on Cape Cod. This year, the focus of the OneCape Summit expands to highlight the importance of environmental, community and economic resilience in the face of ongoing natural and social change. Day 1 highlights regional water quality and coastal resiliency efforts. Day 2 focuses on the economy and community resilience.

Registration Open, 06/28/2018

Kennedy Smith, nationally recognized expert on vibrant town centers, to speak at OneCape, 07/11/2018

Gov. Baker to address OneCape 2018, 08/03/2018

2

DAYS

Of main stage and breakout sessions dedicated to pressing issues facing Cape Cod

30+

SPEAKERS

With perspectives spanning from local initiatives to international experience

15+

SESSIONS

Focused on best practices, new issues, and trends that are motivating communities to plan smarter

Schedule


Presentations and Conference Video Available | Day 1 Presentations | Day 2 Presentations

AUGUST 16, 2018 | WATER QUALITY & COASTAL RESILIENCE
8:00 a.m.
Registration
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

Continental Breakfast
Venue: Garden Terrace

9:00 a.m.
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: Pavilion

Opening Remarks: Defining Resilience for Cape Cod
Kristy Senatori - Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission
Venue: Pavilion

Secretary Matthew Beaton
Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Venue: Pavilion

Progress to Improve Coastal Water Quality: An Update on 208 Plan Implementation
Erin Perry - Special Projects Manager, Cape Cod Commission
Venue: Pavilion

Andrew Gottlieb
Executive Director, Association to Preserve Cape Cod
Venue: Pavilion

Senator Julian Cyr
Massachusetts State Senate
Venue: Pavilion

10:15 a.m.
BREAK
Venue: Garden Terrace

Beverage station on the Garden Terrace.

Tool Demos
with the Cape Cod Commission Development and Applications Specialists
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

10:30 a.m.
FOCUSED BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Venue: Multiple locations - see individual breakout sessions for room assignments.

EPA Research to Address Water Quality Issues from a Social and Ecological Perspective
Venue: Cape Villa 3

  • Facilitator: Marnita Chintala, Branch Chief, Habitat Effects Branch, EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Barriers and Opportunities for Using Alternative Technologies for Nitrogen Mitigation, Kate Mulvaney, EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Watershed Scenarios to Meet Water Quality Criteria and Community-level Objectives, David M. Martin, EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Alternative Leach Fields: Nitrogen Removal and Response to Saltwater Intrusion, Jessica Janiec, EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • The Economic Value of Recreation and Water Quality on Cape Cod, Nathaniel Merrill, EPA Atlantic Ecology Division

Reduction, Remediation and Restoration: The 2018 Water Quality Technologies Matrix Update
Venue: Cape Villa 1&2

  • Facilitator: Scott Horsley, Horsley Witten Group
  • Updating Stormwater Information - Tom Parece, Associate Vice President, AECOM Technical Services, Inc.
  • Evaluation of two Stormwater Rain Gardens in Dennis & Mashpee for Removal of Nitrogen and Fecal Coliform, Abigail Archer, Cod Cooperative Extension and Heidi Clark, Ph.D, Independent Consultant
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Using Shellfish for Nitrogen Bioextraction, Josh Reitsma, Cape Cod Cooperative Extension & Woods Hole Sea Grant
  • Lonnie’s Pond Oyster Project, Alan McClennen, Selectman, Town of Orleans and Tom Parece, Associate Vice President, AECOM
  • Data Mining for Permeable Reactive Barrier Location Selection-Eastham Salt Pond Example, James Begley, Environmental Engineer, MT Environmental Restoration
Collaborative Efforts: Shared Planning and Implementation to Improve Water Quality
Venue: Pavilion

  • Facilitator: Stacie Smith, Senior Mediator, Consensus Building Institute
  • Hatching a Watershed Permit: A Case Study in Pleasant Bay, Carole Ridley, Pleasant Bay Alliance, Michael Giggey, Wright-Pierce, Brian Dudley, MassDEP
  • DHY Clean Waters Community Partnership – Working Together to Save Costs and Improve Water Quality - Elizabeth Sullivan, Dennis Town Administrator, Christopher Clark, Harwich Town Administrator, Daniel Knapik, Yarmouth Town Administrator, David Young, CDM Smith
  • Problem Solving, Partnerships and Finance: Attacking nutrient pollution in Barnstable, Zenas Crocker, Barnstable Clean Water Coalition

12:00 p.m.
LUNCH
Venue: Garden Terrace

Tool Demos
with the Cape Cod Commission Development and Applications Specialists
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

12:45 p.m.
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: Pavilion

Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Venue: Pavilion

Alexandra Dunn
Regional Administrator, US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1
Venue: Pavilion

The Economy, the Environment, and the Future of Cape Cod
Dr. John Holdren - Woods Hole Research Center and Harvard University
Venue: Pavilion

Climate Change Impact Planning on Cape Cod: Resilient Cape Cod Project
Venue: Pavilion

  • Heather McElroy, Natural Resources Specialist, Cape Cod Commission
  • Jennifer Clinton, Special Projects Coordinator, Cape Cod Commission
  • Chloe Schaefer, Community Design Planner, Cape Cod Commission

2:30 p.m.
BREAK
Venue: Garden Terrace

Beverage station on the Garden Terrace.

2:45 p.m.
FOCUSED BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Venue: Multiple locations - see individual breakout sessions for room assignments.

Stormwater, it’s Everyone’s Problem: Extending MS4 Beyond the Public Works Department
Venue: Cape Villa 1

  • Facilitator: Tim Pasakarnis, Water Resources Analyst, Cape Cod Commission
  • Dry Wells, Trenches and Roof Leaders: Can Residents By Themselves Solve Stormwater?, Fred Civian, Stormwater Coordinator, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
  • Lessons Learned from Water Quality Monitoring at Existing Stormwater BMPs, Abigail Archer, Marine Resource Specialist, Cape Cod Cooperative Extension, and Heidi Clark, Ph.D., Independent Contractor
  • MS4 on Cape Cod: Regional Resources for Smart Permit Compliance, Patty Daley, Deputy Director, Cape Cod Commission, and Sean O’Brien, Director, Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment

Climate on the Cape and Nature-based Solutions
Venue: Cape Villa 3

  • Facilitator: Stefanie Covino, Shaping the Future of Your Community Program Coordinator, Mass Audubon
  • Margot Mansfield, Climate Change & Coastal Hazards Analyst, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs & Office of Coastal Zone Management
  • Sara Burns, Water Resources Scientist, The Nature Conservancy
  • David DeConto, Natural Resources Director, Town of Sandwich

Maintaining Historic Character: Historic Structures in the Floodplain
Venue: Cape Villa 2

  • Facilitator: Sarah Korjeff, Historic Preservation Specialist, Cape Cod Commission
  • Shannon Jarbeau, CFM, CRS & Floodplain Coordinator, Cape Cod Cooperative Extension & Woods Hole Sea Grant
  • Stephanie Zurek, Associate, Union Studios

Roundtable Conversations
Venue: Pavilion and Patio

Topics and room locations will be announced at the event.

Tool Demos
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

4:00 p.m.
Closing Remarks
Kristy Senatori - Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission
Venue: Pavilion

Networking Reception to Follow Closing Remarks on the Garden Terrace
Venue: Garden Terrace

AUGUST 17, 2018 | ECONOMY: Regional Policy Plan, Infrastructure, Housing, & Economic Development 
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
CAPE COD SELECTMEN AND COUNCILOR’S ASSOCIATION BREAKFAST
Pre-Conference Event
Venue: Outer Bar and Grill

Presented by the Cape Cod Commission and the Cape Cod Selectmen and Councilor’s Association

With remarks provided by:

  • Paul Hebert, President, Cape Cod Selectmen and Councilor’s Association 
  • Secretary Jay Ash, Massachusetts Office of Housing and Economic Development 
  • Kristy Senatori, Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Susan Moran, Chair, Barnstable County Economic Development Council 
Pre-registration is required for this event.

8:00 a.m.
REGISTRATION
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

Continental Breakfast
Venue: Garden Terrace

9:00 a.m.
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: Pavilion

Opening Remarks, Building Resilience on Cape Cod
Kristy Senatori - Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission 
Venue: Pavilion

Secretary Jay Ash
Massachusetts Office of Housing and Economic Development
Venue: Pavilion

Framing the Future: the 2018 Regional Policy Plan 
Kristy Senatori - Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission
Venue: Pavilion

Our Region, Our Economy: Community Economic Development
Kennedy Smith - Community Land Use and Economics Group
Venue: Pavilion

10:30 a.m.
BREAK
Venue: Garden Terrace

Beverage station on the Garden Terrace.

Tool Demos
- with the Cape Cod Commission Development and Applications Specialists
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

10:45 a.m.
FOCUSED BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Venue: Multiple locations - see individual breakout sessions for room assignments.

Promoting Community Economic Activity and Connections: A Continued Conversation with Kennedy Smith
Venue: Cape Villa 2

  • Facilitator: Steven Tupper, Transportation Program Manager, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Chloe Schaefer, Community Design Planner, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Leslie Richardson, Chief Economic Development Officer, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Kennedy Smith, Community Land Use and Economics Group 
  • Dan Driscoll, Director, Recreation Facilities Planning & Design, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation 
  • Michael Trepanier, Senior Project Manager, Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Highway Division 

Community Resiliency by Design: Meeting Changing Housing Preferences through a Form Based Approach 
Venue: Cape Villa 3 

  • Facilitator: Heather Harper, Chief of Staff, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Chris Kluchman, FAICP, Housing Choice Program Director, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Economic Development 
  • Jeremy Lake, Senior Associate, Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design 
  • Rob Brennan, Real Estate Developer, President, CapeBuilt 
  • Kara Wilbur, Planner & Urban Designer, Portland Office Director, Principle 

Right Size Regulation for Economic Development
Venue: Cape Villa 1

  • Facilitator: Jon Idman, Chief Regulatory Officer, Cape Cod Commission  
  • Growth Incentive Zones – the Hyannis GIZ, Elizabeth Jenkins, Director of Planning and Development, Town of Barnstable 
  • Districts of Critical Planning Concern – the Eastham DCPC, Jacqueline Beebe, Town Administrator & Paul Lagg, Town Planner, Town of Eastham 
  • Zoning Codified and Visualized, Matt Cloyd, Account Manager, Open Counter  

Closing the Housing Gap: Density, Efficiency and Community Economics
Venue: Pavilion

  • Facilitator: Paul Niedzwiecki, Executive Director, Southfield Redevelopment Authority 
  • Tom O’Brien, Founding Partner, Managing Director, HYM Investment, Suffolk Downs Redevelopment 
  • Michael Hogan, Chief Executive Officer, A.D. Makepeace, Redbrook, Plymouth Development 
  • Christian Valle, President, The Valle Group, Redbrook, Plymouth Development 
  • Joseph Valle, Chief Executive Officer, The Valle Group, Redbrook, Plymouth Development 

12:00 p.m.
LUNCH
Venue: Garden Terrace

12:15 p.m.
PLENARY LUNCHEON
Venue: Pavilion

Unlocking Our Potential: Addressing Cape Cod’s Housing Needs
Venue:

  • Heather Harper, Chief of Staff, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Alisa Galazzi, Chief Executive Officer, Housing Assistance Corporation 
  • Jay Coburn, Chief Executive Officer, Community Development Partnership 

Cape Cod Regional Government in 2018: What is it doing for you? 
Venue:

  • Leo Cakounes, Chair, Barnstable County Board of Regional Commissioners 
  • Jack Yunits, Barnstable County Administrator 

1:00 p.m.
BREAK
Venue:

Tool Demos
- with the Cape Cod Commission Development and Applications Specialists
Venue: Pavilion Foyer

1:15 p.m.
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: Pavilion

Building Economic Resilience
Venue: Pavilion

  • Dan Wolf, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Cape Air 
  • Dorothy Savarese, President & Chief Executive Officer, Cape Cod Five 

Balancing Cape Cod’s Environment and Economy: The Next Challenge
Paul Niedzwiecki - Executive Director, Southfield Redevelopment Authority
Venue: Pavilion

Regional Capital Infrastructure: Incorporating Transportation Resilience into Regional Planning
Venue: Pavilion

  • Facilitator: Paul Niedzwiecki, Executive Director, Southfield Redevelopment Authority 
  • Steven Tupper, Transportation Program Manager, Cape Cod Commission 
  • Wendy Northcross, Chief Executive Officer, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce 

2:50 p.m.
CLOSING REMARKS
Kristy Senatori - Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission 
Venue: Pavilion

Featured Speakers


OneCape 2018 featured speakers.

  • Gov. Charlie Baker

    Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito

    Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor

    State Sen. Julian Cyr

    Cape Cod & Islands State Senator

  • Alexandra Dunn

    Regional Administrator, EPA Region 1

    Kristy Senatori

    Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission

    Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development

    Jay Ash

    Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development

  • Kennedy Smith

    Principal, Community Land Use + Economics Group

    Matthew Beaton

    Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs

    Dorothy Savarese

    President and CEO, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

  • Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director, Southfield Redevelopment Authority, Former Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission

    Dan Wolf

    Cape Air CEO, former Cape & Islands State Senator

    Dr. John Holdren

    Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, 2009-2017

Gov. Charlie Baker
Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Governor Charlie Baker was inaugurated as the 72nd Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 8th, 2015, after several decades of service in both state government and the private sector. Since taking office, Governor Baker has been making Massachusetts a great place to live, work and raise a family – while delivering a customer-service oriented state government that is as hard working as the people of the Commonwealth. Governor Baker believes people are policy and has appointed a bipartisan Cabinet and developed strong relationships with the legislature to work across the aisle and deliver results for our state. The administration has focused on bolstering local aid for our schools and communities, investing in a more reliable public transportation system and prioritizing funds to fight the opioid and heroin epidemic. Governor Baker also delivered critical tax relief for over 400,000 hardworking individuals and their families in his first year through a fifty percent increase of the Earned Income Tax Credit. Governor Baker has supported robust business sectors by reforming the Commonwealth's regulatory environment, holding the line on taxes, and advancing efforts to rein in energy costs.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito
Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor
Lt. Governor Polito chairs the Community Compact Cabinet, which was created by Governor Charlie Baker shortly after coming into office, and focuses on elevating the administration’s local partnerships. Since the program’s inception, Lt. Governor Polito has signed a compact with every one of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts covering a total of 835 best practices. As chair of the Seaport Economic Council, Lt. Governor Polito works with Massachusetts' 78 coastal communities to leverage their unique assets to drive sustainable regional growth. The council’s capital grant program supports working waterfronts, local tourism, coastal resiliency, and maritime innovation, from the North Shore to Cape Cod and the South Coast.
State Sen. Julian Cyr
Cape Cod & Islands State Senator
Senator Cyr serves in the Massachusetts Senate representing Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. Elected to the State Senate on November 8, 2016, he is the youngest senator in the 40-member body. He is Chair of the Joint Committee on Community Development and Small Business, Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Development, and serves on committees with oversight of public health, housing, municipalities and regional government, environment and agriculture, and social welfare.
Julian has experience in public policy, health advocacy, organizing, and social justice. Prior to his election, he served as director of policy and regulatory affairs for environmental health at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Previously, under Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick, he worked closely with members of the Legislature as deputy director for government affairs at the Department of Public Health. From 2011-2017, Julian also served on the Massachusetts Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth, including a highly productive tenure as chair in 2013 and 2014.
Alexandra Dunn
Regional Administrator, EPA Region 1
Administrator Dunn's responsibilities include overseeing the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and ten tribal nations. Prior to joining EPA Region 1, she served as executive director and general counsel for the Environmental Council of States (ECOS), a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to helping state agencies improve environmental outcomes for all Americans. Since 2014, Ms. Dunn has helped state governments improve water infrastructure, air pollution control, site cleanup, chemical management, and economic development. Prior to joining ECOS, Ms. Dunn served as executive director and general counsel for the Association of Clean Water Administrators. In 2015, Ms. Dunn was elected to the American College of Environmental Lawyers and served in leadership roles through the end of 2017. She also served through the end of 2017 on the executive committee and board of directors of the Environmental Law Institute. She has chaired the American Bar Association's (ABA) section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, its World Justice Task Force, and served on the ABA Presidential Force on Sustainable Development.
Kristy Senatori
Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission
Kristy Senatori leads the Cape Cod Commission in designing innovative land use policies, environmental and community resilience strategies, and comprehensive economic development initiatives through a multi-disciplinary approach.  She promotes collaboration among communities through information and regionalization projects and the implementation of decision support platforms designed to create efficiencies.  Ms. Senatori has been a featured speaker at regional and national conferences.  After graduating from law school, Ms. Senatori worked in the private sector for several years before joining the Commission in 2008 and serving as the Commission's Chief Regulatory Officer and Deputy Director.  Ms. Senatori is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development
Jay Ash
Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development
Secretary Ash is responsible for directing and executing Governor Charlie Baker’s agenda on housing and community development, job creation, business development, consumer affairs, and business regulation. Under Secretary Ash’s leadership, the Commonwealth has substantially increased its commitment to public infrastructure that unlocks economic development, to the revitalization of Brownfields, to workforce training equipment, and to the development and commercialization of emerging technologies. He has led efforts to increase affordable housing production, to redevelop and modernize public housing communities, and to substantially reduce the number of homeless families sheltered in motel rooms.
Kennedy Smith
Principal, Community Land Use + Economics Group
Ms Smith is one of the nation’s foremost experts on commercial district revitalization, downtown economics, and independent business development. She co-founded the CLUE Group in 2004. Her work focuses particular attention on creating dynamic retail development plans, cultivating locally owned businesses, creating effective business and property development incentives, finding new uses for key historic buildings, and strengthening the organizational infrastructure needed to create vibrant town centers. Before launching the CLUE Group, Ms. Smith served on the staff of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Main Street Center for 19 years, the last 14 of them as the director of the national Main Street program. During her tenure the Main Street program became one of the most successful economic development programs in the US, generating $18 billion in new investment and stimulating development of 226,000 new jobs and 56,000 new businesses and expanding to a nationwide network of almost 2,000 towns and cities.
Matthew Beaton
Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Secretary Beaton oversees the Commonwealth's six environmental, natural resource and energy regulatory agencies, which include the Departments of Environmental Protection, Public Utilities, Energy Resources, Conservation & Recreation, Agricultural Resources, and Fish & Game. Secretary Beaton also serves as Chairman of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, the Energy Facilities Siting Board, and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. Secretary Beaton has worked to stabilize electricity rates and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through bi-partisan energy diversification and solar legislation, and advancing clean energy technologies. Under his leadership, the secretariat has further worked to address climate change by working with cities and towns to make their communities more resilient, and through the implementation of an Executive Order which lays out a comprehensive approach to adapt and prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Dorothy Savarese
President and CEO, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

Ms. Savarese is  Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Cape Cod Five Mutual Company, the sole shareholder of the Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank. The bank has grown to over $3.0 billion in assets and employs over 450 people in its 27 facilities throughout Cape Cod, the Islands and Southeastern Massachusetts. She is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Cape Cod Five and Chairman of The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Trust, with $14.0 million in assets.

Ms. Savarese was named Chief Operating Officer in 2004, and President and Chief Executive Officer in 2005. In June, she celebrated her 25th year with the bank.

She also serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cape Cod Five and Chairman of The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Trust. She is a former Chairman of the Massachusetts Bankers Association, a former Chairman and Board Member of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and has served on the American Bankers Mutual Insurance Ltd. Board and the FDIC Advisory Committee on Community Banking.

In 2017, Dorothy was named one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking by American Banker magazine for the sixth consecutive year.

Paul Niedzwiecki
Executive Director, Southfield Redevelopment Authority, Former Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission
Paul Niedzwiecki is a public policy professional and attorney with 20 years of experience in environmental policy, public administration, and communications. He has reformatted regional and municipal operations to better serve the public interest by streamlining regulations and making increasingly complex public information easier to understand and use with technology and data-visualization. Mr. Niedzwiecki currently serves as the first Executive Director of the Southfield Redevelopment Authority. The SRA manages the redevelopment of the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station, a 1400 acre property located within the municipal boundaries of three municipalities: Weymouth, Abington and Rockland. The master plan accommodates over 3,800 residential units, 8 million square feet of commercial space and 1,000 acres of open space. Before joining the SRA Mr. Niedzwiecki served for 10 years as the Executive Director of the Cape Cod Commission.
Dan Wolf
Cape Air CEO, former Cape & Islands State Senator

Mr. Wolf founded Cape Air in 1989 with one route between Boston and Provincetown, eight employees and a first-year total of just 8,000 passengers. Today, Cape Air, along with sister airline Nantucket Airlines, is the largest commuter airline in the United States. Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines’ fleet of Cessna 402s, Cessna Caravan Amphibians, Britten-Norman Islanders and ATR-42s fly to some of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines is partly an employee-owned company with a workforce of approximately 1,200 serving more than 686,000 passengers a year.

He served as Cape & Islands State Senator from 2010 to 2016.

As a business and community leader, Mr. Wolf served on many of the region’s most important non-profit and civic organizations, including the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce (as President for one term), the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, the Federal Reserve Bank’s board of advisers, and many others.

Dr. John Holdren
Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, 2009-2017
Dr. John P. Holdren served as President Obama’s Science Advisor and the Senate-confirmed Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) from early 2009 until January 2017.  From 1996 through 2008 he was at Harvard University as Teresa & John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy in the Kennedy School of Government and Professor of Environmental Science & Policy in the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences—positions to which he was re-appointed in February 2017. He is also Director Emeritus and pro bono Senior Advisor to the Director of the independent, nonprofit Woods Hole Research Center.

Location


Wequassett Resort and Golf Club, Harwich, MA

Venue Address

2173 MA-28, Harwich, MA 02645

Contact with Questions

508-744-1227

Email with Questions

registration@capecodcommission.org