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ADVANCING REGIONAL INITIATIVES
OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT
June
12-14
49 Portraits Project
The City of Orlando's Public Arts exhibition, The 49 Portraits Project, was born as a way to respond in a meaningful, respectful and loving way to the tragic events at the LGBTQ Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016. The 49 Portraits Project in the Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall, features the work of 49 artists from across the country who created portraits to honor the innocent victims and give as gifts to their families.

June
20
Leadership Orlando Class 93 – Space & Sea Ports
For our Space & Sea Ports Session, we will travel to Brevard County for a briefing and tour of Port Canaveral with its multi-million dollar expansion plans as well as a unique harbor tour – from the water, followed by a briefing on plans for the commercialization of the NASA-John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and a visit to the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit.

June
21
Central Florida Young Professionals Advisory Council
Capitalizing on the momentum of the growing regional, state and national issues, YPAC is engaging the advice and counsel of young professionals in matters of consequence to our family of communities, especially when it comes to key community issues, which will help us better frame the public policy debate across the Central Florida Region. Special Guest: Susan Elliott-Rink, CEO of Allinium, on the topic of Inclusive Leadership – Creating Culture Change in Your Organization.

July
12
MemberLink – Hidden Impacts of Homelessness
Homelessness is more than a moral issue. It creates economic issues beyond seeing the homeless on our streets. The real costs in both time and financial resources impact taxpayers, businesses and the community. Hear Ability Housing's Kimberlee Riley review simple actions that businesses and individuals can do to reduce homelessness and improve the economy.

July
27
iConnect – SAK Comedy Lab
Enjoy breakfast and networking while experiencing one of Downtown Orlando’s most unique community venues, SAK Comedy Lab. For over two decades, SAK Comedy Lab has thrived in the heart of Downtown Orlando now at its beautiful 250 seat venue. Since 1991, the “Lab” has grown to become one of the largest theaters and training centers for improvisation in the Southeast.

FEATURE STORIES
John Young Spotlight Award
Walking in the footsteps of such notables as Astronaut John Young, Arnold Palmer, Joe Kittinger, Shaquille O’Neal, and Buddy Ebsen, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer was honored on Tuesday evening with the John Young Spotlight Award, presented by Orlando, Inc., the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. Read more ...
Driving Success Through Diversity
Nearly two hundred Chamber members and guests were welcomed by Tim Giuliani, President and CEO of the Orlando Economic Partnership, on Tuesday evening at the Orlando Museum of Art, for a very special presentation by Dr. Tony Byers, Former Director, Global Diversity & Inclusion for Starbucks, who spoke on the “Multiplier Effect of Inclusion” and how diversity can build, grow and change a community. Read more ...
Exploring Best Practices and Innovative Ideas Together
The Association of Leadership Programs will hold its 2017 National Conference, hosted by Valley Leadership in Phoenix, Arizona on June 22-24, 2017. Representing Leadership Orlando will be Ruth Z. Mustian, Danielle Permenter and Lisa Winkelbauer. Read more ...
IDEAS TO RESULTS
Project Made Possible Through the Duke Energy Foundation
Through the sole support and partnership of The Duke Energy Foundation, we are proud to announce the launch of our 2017 Hiring Our Local Heroes campaign. Read more ...
Summer Intern Series to Retain Talent in Central Florida
The Central Florida Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC) understands the importance of attracting, cultivating and retaining talent in Central Florida and is proud to announce the launch of iGRO - attract. cultivate. retain. Read more ...
FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST
Connecting with Independent Sector
Orlando, Inc., held another successful Chamber Connect program on Thursday, June 8, 2017, with a full house of energetic members eager to make new connections and hear about what is new and upcoming with the Chamber. Read more ...
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