On April 24, 2019, the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will mark its 25th anniversary with the inaugural convening of a research-informed, cross-sector conversation about the major issues facing the Los Angeles region. “Luskin Summit 2019: Livable L.A.” will focus not on problems but on solutions.
REGISTRATION TO OPEN MARCH 13
On April 1, any seats not reserved by an organization will be opened to individuals on a first-come, first-served basis. Individuals should reserve their seats here or by clicking below.
Registration is scheduled to close on April 7 for all seats to the Luskin Summit.
The half-day conference will feature a cross-section of elected officials (including several mayors from Los Angeles-area cities), decision-makers in government and business, UCLA scholars, civic leaders and difference-makers in the nonprofit and philanthropic spheres. Because many participants are actively involved in governing, details are subject to change up to the last minute, but the schedule below outlines the topics and anticipated participants.
A panel discussion about civic issues to be moderated by an on-air news personality from ABC7 in Los Angeles, featuring:
- Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy – Burbank
- Mayor Thomas Small – Culver City
- Mayor James Butts – Inglewood
- Mayor Tim Sandoval – Pomona
After the Summit, Take a Sustainability Tour
UCLA’s campus is a living laboratory for the creation of a Livable Los Angeles with a sustainable and healthy future. Sign up during summit registration to join alumna Nurit Katz MPP ’08, UCLA’s chief sustainability officer, for a tour of campus that will highlight research and applied projects that promote sustainability and healthy communities.