8:45 - 9:30 am

Registration + Move LA Expo

9:30 am

 Welcome from Move LA Executive Director Eli Lipmen
and Board President Daniel K. Tabor

Rev. Dr. Edgar Rivera Colón from The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries

9:45- 10:45 am

Biltmore Bowl

Vision 2026: The Clean Air and Climate Health Initiative

Hosted by IBEW Local Union 11

Moderator: Denny Zane, Founder, Move LA

 Vanessa Delgado
Chair, South Coast Air Quality Management District

 Adrian Martinez
Deputy Managing Attorney, EarthJustice

  Chris Hannan
President, State Building & Construction Trades Council

 Angelina Galiteva

 Norman Rogers,
2nd Vice President, United Steelworkers Local 675

 Tanya Peacock
Chair, California Hydrogen Business Council

 Jerilyn Mendoza, JD
Los Angeles Regional Organizer, Climate Center

Cristhian Tapia-Delgado
Climate Campaigner, Pacific Environment

9:45 - 10:45 am

Regency Room

Building a Permanent Movement for Transit Justice in California (And How Philanthropy Can Help)

Move LA will create a space to discuss how we work to advance transit justice work, organize transit riders, and better demonstrate the need to address gaps in funding for public transit and vehicle miles traveled reduction at the local, state, and federal level. This workshop style format will encourage collaboration, brainstorming, and forward-thinking strategy. 

11:00 am - 12:15 pm

Biltmore Bowl

Creating the World’s Greatest Transit System

We invested in transit with Measures R & M.  Now, we must implement R & M – new light rail lines, new subway lines, enhanced bus service, bike/ped systems, a strategy to rebuild transit ridership after COVID and ensure the safety of all, and make the Olympic moment another moment of LA pride!

Moderated by
Eli Lipmen
Executive Director, Move LA

 Gloria Roberts
Director, Caltrans District 7

Randall Winston
Deputy Mayor, City of Los Angeles

Tracy Hernandez
CEO, Los Angeles County Business Federation

Romel Pascual
Executive Director, CicLAvia

Michael Schneider
CEO, Streets for All

Matt Gaines
Political Director, International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 12

11-12:15 pm

Regency Room

Artificial Intelligence: How Will It Transform Our Transportation Sector?

Hear from experts in government, business and procurement about the implications of AI testing and scaling here in Los Angeles and beyond. This timely discussion will focus on potential impacts, the role of the federal and local governments, the use of data and the considerations for consumer privacy.

Moderated by
Rani Narula-Woods
CEO, Excellence in Innovation
Strategic Advisor, Move LA

Ami Fields-Meyer
Former Senior Policy Advisor to the Vice President of the United States

Vladimir Gallegos
Supervisor – Transportation Planner
City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT)

 Dan Katz
Hayden AI

12:30-2:00 pm
Main Stage Luncheon

Biltmore Bowl

Let’s Do the Big Stuff!
Investing in Public Infrastructure - the State + National Impact

Hosted by the State Building & Construction Trades Council of California

Alex Padilla
United States Senator (CA) Video Message

 Shailen Bhatt
United States Department of Transportation FHWA Administrator

Toks Omishakin
Secretary, California State Transportation Agency

   Karen Bass
Los Angeles City Mayor Video Message

Yvonne Wheeler
President, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

 Ernesto Medrano
LA/OC Building Trades Council

 2:15-3:30 pm

Biltmore Bowl

Real Strategies that Address the Affordable Housing and Crisis of Homelessness in LA

Hosted by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Moderated by
Denny Zane
Founder, Policy Director, Move LA

Joe Donlin
Executive Director, United to House LA

 Susie Shannon
Policy Director, Housing is a Human Right

 Tommy Newman
Vice President, United Way of Greater Los Angeles 

 Antonio Sanchez
Political Director, IBEW 11 

Danny Tabor
Board President, Move LA

  Alexandra Suh
Executive Director, KIWA

 Frances Engler
Organizing Director, Unite HERE Local 11

Arianna Bankler-Jukes
Advocacy Manager & Organizer
Southern California Association of NonProfit Housing (SCANPH)

 2:15-3:45 pm

Regency Room

What Will Be the Legacy of the Olympics & Paralympics in Los Angeles?

Hosted By Mott MacDonald

Can we change LA’s car culture…permanently? With a “car-free” Olympics promised by LA Metro, we have the opportunity transform the region and create legacy infrastructure, such as a “Festival Trail” that benefits Angelenos for decades to come.

  Moderator: Hilary Norton, Move LA Board Member and California Transportation Commissioner

Erin Bromighim
Deputy Mayor, City of Los Angeles

Seleta Reynolds
Chief Innovation Officer, Metro

Chris Torres
Principal, Agency: Artifact

Delilah Lanoix
CEO, ButterFLi

Randy Johnson
Director of Government Relations & Outreach, Access Services

Jason Foster
President and COO, Destination Crenshaw

4:00 - 5:00pm

Biltmore Bowl

Honoring a Legend: Assemblymember Chris Holden

Networking Reception with drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a special presentation for Assemblymember Chris Holden