The fourth annual Workforce2030 Conference will explore the many strategies and programs that Missouri’s employers, educators and organizations can implement leading up to the year 2030 to make our state the home of a thriving, vibrant workforce.
There are 8.25 SHRM credits available for the Workforce2030 Conference.
8:45AM Breakfast & Check-in
Dan Mehan, President/CEO, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Governor Mike Parson, 57th Governor, State of Missouri
10:00AM Opening Keynote | “Workforce: a throttle on American growth”
Ted Abernathy, Managing Partner, Economic Leadership, LLC
10:40AM — Transition & Break
10:50AM Breakout Sessions:
11:35AM — Transition & Break
11:45AM Breakout Sessions:
1:05PM Luncheon Keynote | “Building a tech workforce with overlooked people and places” Stephanie Moreno, Bitwise Industries
1:45PM — Transition & Break
2:00PM Breakout Sessions:
2:45PM — Transition & Break
2:55PM Breakout Sessions:
3:40PM — Transition & Break
3:50PM Closing Keynote | “Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Panel”
Clyde McQueen, Full Employment Council (Moderator); Dr. Clarence Green, Northwest Missouri State University; Doris Rogers, St. Luke’s Health System
4:30-6:00PM Networking Reception
9:00AM — Transition & Break
9:10AM Breakout Sessions:
9:55AM — Transition & Break
10:10AM Breakout Sessions:
10:55AM — Transition & Break
11:05AM Closing Keynote | “Attract, retain and develop: win the battle for skilled workers”
Nick Wyman, Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation
11:50 am Closing Remarks
Stoney Creek Hotel & Convention Center
18011 Bass Pro Drive
Independence, MO 64055
The room block expired Sept. 25, but rooms may still be available
by calling 1-800-659-2220 and providing group code MCC.
Click on a speaker photo to read their bio:
Rep. Rusty Black
Sen. Mike Cierpiot
Dr. Clarence Green
Dr. Tiph Jones
Julia Vander Weele
The agenda will consist of five keynote general sessions and six breakout segments split into four tracks: apprenticeships, education, human resources and policy. There are 8.25 SHRM credits available for the Workforce2030 Conference.
If you have questions related to the Workforce2030 Conference, contact Ashley Schwab, Director of Conference Development.
If you are interested in learning more about how to become a sponsor of the Workforce2030 Conference, contact Leisa Fox, Vice President of Business Development.