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Smart Growth America LOCUS meetings - Washington DC/Capitol Hill
Panel Session featuring Ari Maron (L) and Steve Leeper (R) at the 2013 LOCUS Leadership Summit. 

Over 100 of the country’s top real estate developers and local elected officials have registered for the nation’s premiere conference where smart growth deals get done. Having secured a spot on the exclusive list of attendees, they know the Summit will provide a unique opportunity to learn about the top metros for investment, the latest smart growth projects and to network with the best minds in the industry.

Take a moment to see who is on the list to attend the 2014 LOCUS Leadership Summit.

Not on the list? Register today to join fellow developers, local elected officials and these exciting additions to our impressive speaker lineup:

Elizabeth Blazevich is the Director of the Center for Design and the City at the American Architectural Foundation. At the Center, Elizabeth connects civic leaders with multi-disciplinary designers to create more vibrant, sustainable and livable communities communities through a variety of national design charrettes and technical assistance engagements.
Trinity Simmons is the Director of the Mayors’ Institute on City Design. At the Institute, Trinity works with Mayors from across the country and assists them in addressing some of our nation’s most pressing urban planning and design issues.
John Robert Smith is the former Mayor of Meridian, MS and current Co-Chair of Transportation for America. At Transportation for America, John Robert leads an alliance of elected, business, and civic leaders from communities across the country to ensure that states and the federal government invest in smart, locally-driven transportation solutions.
Dick White is the former CEO of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and current Special Rail Program Manager at Parsons Corporation. At Parsons, Dick works with local governments to deliver numerous transportation projects through all forms of delivery models including public-private partnerships.
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