Folsom is constantly experiencing expansion and growth. Get insider information that will help you with your business goals. Join us for a continental breakfast and hear a presentation from industry leaders about amazing future advancements in Land Development, AI, Healthcare and Automotive! Future Folsom will conclude with a bus tour, providing insight of Folsom's future landscape. Join us and examine current and future development projects. The tour will last one hour and will include fun prizes! Transportation will be in a comfortable, luxury coach.
7:30am-8am- Breakfast and Networking
8-8:15am- Opening and welcome- Joe Gagliardi
8:15am-8:40am- Sadit St. Lawrence- overview of AI
8:40am-9:05am- Chris Jacobs- Future of Car Industry
9:05am-9:30am- John Gisla- Future of Healthcare
9:30am-9:55am- Ken Hira- Future of Development
10:15am-11:30am- Bus Tour highlighting Folsom Projects and development
Sadie St Lawrence is the Principle of SSL Innovations and Founder and CEO of Women in Data. Women in Data is an international non-profit organization with representation in 55 countries and a community of 40,000+ data leaders, practitioners, and citizens. Women in Data has been named a Top 50 Leading Company of The Year, and has been rated as the #1 community for Women in AI and Tech.
Sadie has been awarded, Top 30 Women in AI (2022) top 10 Most Admired Businesswomen to Watch in 2021, Top 21 Influencer in Data (2021), Top 30 Most Inspiring Women in AI (2021) and is the recipient of the Outstanding Service Award from UC Davis (2019).In addition, she serves on multiple start-up and nonprofit boards, and is the host of the Data Bytes podcast.
|Dr John Gisla has been a part of Dignity Health for his entire professional career. After Medical School and Internship at UC Davis, Dr Gisla complete his residency training in Family Medicine at Methodist Hospital in their Mercy/Dignity Health sponsored Family Medicine program. He joined Mercy Medical Group and practiced family medicine at Methodist Hospital for 8 years before moving his practice to Folsom to open the new Mercy Medical Group ambulatory offices locally, where he served as Medical Director of the primary care and multispecialty offices for 10 years.|