Join us and over 1,000 of the region’s top political, business and civic leaders at our annual State of the Region Luncheon, Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 11am at the Battelle Grand Ballroom in the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
This is one of the most exciting and important events of the year for MORPC and the Central Ohio Region. The State of the Region luncheon promises to be memorable and thought provoking. We are first and foremost proud to introduce you to our new Executive Director, William Murdock.
In addition, we will highlight the significant achievements and progress we’ve made in the region, which are catching the attention of the national and global market.
Together we will explore how Central Ohio is growing and changing with a keynote address by William Murdock. William brings knowledge and expertise in the areas of community services, urban planning and redevelopment, which is critical as MORPC continues to grow and adapt to the changing needs of the region. His focus on strengthening MORPC's core services, partnered with his experience, innovative spirit and integrity, will amplify the voices of our members and take our work to the next level.
“Right now is an exciting time for Central Ohio. I am honored to lead MORPC’s team as we position our region to be even more vibrant, sustainable and competitive.”
— William Murdock
MORPC's State of The Region Awards winners will be also announced and recognized at the awards ceremony during the luncheon.
Click here for details and to register online. Register now to take advantage of early bird pricing through April 18.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For details contact Amanda McEldowney at 614-233-4112 or email@example.com.
The 2012 State of the Region Luncheon featured the Columbus Council on World Affairs Global Report, for which MORPC was a supporting investor. Together with the State of the Region Report, the luncheon explored ways in which central Ohio is globally connected. Jesse J. Tyson, former Global Aviation Director for ExxonMobil and member of The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Dean's Advisory Council delivered the keynote speech.