CCIA’s 2014 Washington Caucus: Agenda

BY Maggie Clark
April 8, 2014

Here is the final agenda for CCIA’s 2014 Washington Caucus. The event will be held at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center, located at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Registration will open at 8:00am and the program will begin at 8:30am. Please note that all speaking times are subject to change.

 

  • 8:30am           Ed Black
  • 8:35am            Rep. Jared Polis   
  • 9:05am            Rep. Zoe Lofgren
  • 9:35am            Rep. Anna Eshoo
  • 10:05am          Assistant Secretary Lawrence E. Strickling
  • 10:45am          Fadi Chehadé
  • 11:30am           James Waterworth
  • 12:00pm          LUNCHEON
  • 1:10pm             Commissioner Julie S. Brill
  • 2:00 pm           Christopher M.E. Painter
  • 2:40pm            Commissioner Meredith Broadbent
  • 3:35pm             Suzanne E. Spaulding
  • 4:30pm             CAUCUS ADJOURNS

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