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About the NAW Executive Summit: DISRUPT YOURSELF!

It is time to rethink your leadership mindset as together we consider key metrics on the NAW Executive Summit Dashboard. In January, you will be exposed to the latest in innovative thinking and actionable ideas to help you on your path to Business Disruption and Transformation. We will also look across key functional areas to help you as you move from the traditional status quo to transformational leadership. Our goal is to help distribution leaders to rethink, reimagine, reinvent and disrupt their business in 2019!

From the General Sessions with industry experts to the Discussion Roundtables with your distribution peers, you’ll find plenty of inspiration, actionable ideas and “why didn’t I think of that” takeaways to bring back to your company and implement with your team.

SAVE $100: Register and book your room at the Fairmont Washington, DC hotel by December 15 and you’ll receive a $100 room credit at check-in!

Who Attends the NAW Executive Summit

Leaders from diverse wholesale distribution lines of trade come together at the NAW Executive Summit to find out what the future holds for the wholesale distribution industry. These best-in-class wholesaler-distributors attend our much-anticipated annual meeting because it gives them a fresh opportunity at the start of a new year to discuss current industry issues with each other and with top leaders in business, government and wholesale distribution. They know they’ll experience the best networking in the industry as they renew acquaintances and talk business with peers—who aren’t competitors.

Why C-suite Leaders Attend This Annual Event

Why First-time Attendees Come Every Year

Why World-class Distributors Value their NAW Membership

Schedule at a Glance

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2019

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Welcoming Reception
7:45 PM Dinner

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019

7:45 AM – 8:30 AM Buffet Breakfast
8:45 AM – 9:00 AM NAW Executive Summit Opening Ceremonies
9:05 AM – 9:55 AM Disrupt Yourself!
Speaker: Sekou Andrews, SekouWorld, Inc.
9:55 AM – 10:10 AM Break
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor
Moderator: Jia Wang, Professor of HRD, Texas A&M University, and Lead Author of NAW’s Optimizing Human Capital Development
Panelists:

  • Matt Holt, Vice President, Human Resources, Dot Foods, Inc.
  • Kari Heerdt, Senior Vice President-HR, Chief People Officer, MSC Industrial Supply Co.
  • Sean Schubert, Executive Vice President, Vertical Niche Strategies Benefits & Human Resources Consulting, Gallagher
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM What in the World Is Going On in Washington?
Speaker: Jade West, Senior Vice President-Government Relations, NAW
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Luncheon
1:15 PM – 1:45 PM NAW Chairman’s Address
Speaker: Joe Nettemeyer, President and CEO, Valin Corporation
1:45 PM – 2:20 PM The Disruptive Potential of 3D Printing
Speaker: Alan Amling, Vice President, UPS Ventures
2:20 PM – 2:35 PM Break
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In
Moderator: Ron Calhoun, President and CEO, Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing Company, and Chairman, NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence
NAW Institute Fellows: 

  • Mark Dancer, President, Network for Channel Innovation
  • Brent Grover, Managing Director, Brent Grover & Co.
  • F. Barry Lawrence, Program Director, Industrial Distribution Program, Texas A&M University
  • J. Michael Marks, Managing Partner, Indian River Consulting Group
3:45 PM – 4:00 PM Break
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM Discussion Roundtables
6:00 PM  Reception for All Executive Summit Attendees
6:30 PM  NAW–PAC Reception
7:00 PM  NAW–PAC Dinner

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019

7:45 AM – 8:30 AM Breakfast
8:45 AM – 9:05 AM Official NAW Annual Meeting Business
9:05 AM – 9:35 AM The Modern Sales Force: Why the Need and What Does It Look Like?
Speaker: David Bauders, CEO, SPA
9:35 AM – 9:45 AM Break
9:45 AM – 11:00 AM NAW Economic Forecast 2019-2020
Speaker: Alan Beaulieu, NAW Senior Economic Advisor, and President, ITR Economics
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Break
11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Discussion Roundtables 
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Closing Luncheon: A Look at Politics in America
Speaker: Bret Baier, FOX News Chief Political Anchor and Host, Special Report with Bret Baier
2:00 PM  NAW 2019 Executive Summit Adjourns

Speakers

We’ve gathered together forward-thinking experts in business, distribution and government to lead our sessions. Here are three of our featured speakers.

SEKOU ANDREWS

Founder

SEKOUWORLD, INC.

JIA WANG

Professor of Human Resource Development

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

ALAN BEAULIEU

NAW Senior Economic Advisor

ITR ECONOMICS

Register Now

Register now for the NAW Executive Summit, Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 6:30 p.m.–Thursday, January 31, 2019, 2:00 p.m., in Washington, DC. Please plan your arrival and departure from the hotel accordingly.

Register and book your room at the Fairmont Washington, DC hotel by December 15 and you’ll receive a $100 room credit at check-in!

NOTE: If your company is not a wholesale distribution firm and is not an NAW member, you must become an NAW member to be eligible to attend the NAW Executive Summit. To join NAW, go to https://www.naw.org/join-today/ or contact Nathan Nelson at 202.872.0885 or corporaterelations@naw.org.

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Event Information

NAW 2019 Executive Summit 
January 29-31, 2019

NAW Executive Summit Venue

The Fairmont Washington, DC
2401 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037
https://www.fairmont.com/

Contact NAW

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1325 G Street NW, Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20005-3100

Contact Information

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Special Thanks to our NAW 2019 Executive Summit Sponsor

NAW 2019 Executive Summit Speakers

Sekou Andrews

Founder,
SekouWorld, Inc.

Wednesday, January 30
9:05 AM – 9:55 AM

Disrupt Yourself!

SEKOU'S BIO

Sekou Andrews is a schoolteacher turned actor, musician, two-time national poetry slam champion, entrepreneur and award-winning poetic voice through his company, SekouWorld Inc. His dynamic blend of strategic storytelling, business insight, spoken word poetry, theater and comedy turns events into experiences, and transforms audiences of informed receivers into enthusiastic responders. Sekou does more than inspire us with his story; he inspires us with our stories.  He delivers complicated business messages through moving keynotes that fuse performance and content.  He helps leaders embrace creative, innovative and disruptive thinking and behaviors, as he inspires individual mindset shifts that create company culture shifts.

It is no surprise that Forbes has called Sekou “the de facto poet laureate of corporate America.” His “wow-factor” is in high demand with the world’s most successful organizations, including Google, Viacom, Toyota, Nike, Cisco, LinkedIn, Global Green, PayPal, ASAE, The Gap, General Mills, TEDx, YPO, Capital One, Intuit, and the NBA. Sekou’s work has also been featured on such diverse national media outlets as ABC World News, MSNBC, HBO, Good Morning America, Showtime, and MTV.

Jia Wang

Professor of HRD, Texas A&M University
Lead Author of NAW's Optimizing Human Capital Development

Wednesday, January 30
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM

Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor

JIA'S BIO

Dr. Jia Wang is Professor of Human Resource Development at Texas A&M University. As a scholar, she has been actively promoting individual and organizational development through culture-sensitive and evidence-based research. Her research work has been disseminated through a wide range of academic journals and international conferences. Jia currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Development Review. With 25 years of accumulated experiences in multicultural contexts, she has developed and conducted numerous educational workshops to diverse groups in both the corporate and university settings.

Matt Holt

Vice President, Human Resources, Dot Foods, Inc.

Wednesday, January 30
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM

Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor

MATT'S BIO

As Vice President of Human Resources for Dot Foods, Inc., Matt Holt is responsible for upholding high standards for staffing, benefits, safety, wellness and diversity. He has helped propel Dot’s growth, which has positively impacted the lives of more than 5,300 Dot employees and their families coast to coast. During his 22-year Dot career, Matt has developed a well-round­ed insight into the business. He began his career in sales as a district and regional sales manager and then moved to the transportation manager role at Dot’s Mt. Sterling, Illinois, corpo­rate headquarters. Matt was next promoted to serve as general manager of the New York distribution center during Dot Foods’ 2002 acquisition of Drescher. He later assumed leadership of the New York, Georgia and Maryland distribution centers as Eastern Region general manager.

Kari Heerdt

Senior Vice President-HR, Chief People Officer
MSC Industrial Supply Co.

Wednesday, January 30
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM

Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor

KARI'S BIO

Kari Heerdt is a seasoned human resource executive with more than 20 years of related global human resource management and consulting experience. Over the past decade, Kari has been the chief human resource officer for Mervyns department stores, Talecris biotherapeutics and now MSC Industrial Supply. She began her career at Bloomingdales and GE where she held various roles in human resources and on GE’s Audit Staff. Kari also spent several years as a M&A consultant for Hewitt Associates prior to joining Cerberus Capital Management, a leading private equity firm, where she was responsible for providing due diligence and human resource support for Cerberus’ portfolio companies.

Sean Schubert

Executive Vice President, Vertical Niche Strategies, Gallagher

Wednesday, January 30
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM

Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor

SEAN'S BIO

Sean Schubert is the Executive Vice President, Vertical Niche Strategies, within Gallagher’s Benefits and Human Resources Consulting division. Sean is responsible for growing Gallagher’s expertise in select industries by helping organizations improve the performance and productivity of their people in an effective cost structure.

Sean’s many years in sales and marketing leadership roles guides his efforts to help Gallagher continue to adapt and stay focused on what is most important —  delivering great value to clients. Sean previously held several sales, marketing and operations roles within Gallagher over the past 15 years, most recently as Vice President, Sales and Marketing Strategies. In that capacity he developed innovative sales and marketing strategies, and supporting action plans and capabilities, to drive consistent organic revenue growth across the organization.

Sean is a member of the division’s Executive Committee and provides leadership and support of the organization’s overall strategy, mergers and acquisitions, internal productivity and quality initiatives, as well as Gallagher’s key differentiator — its culture.

Prior to joining Gallagher, Sean spent several years in various senior management positions at a benefits technology firm, including working on behalf of the Gallagher account.

Jade West

Senior Vice President–Government Relations, NAW

Wednesday, January 30
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM

What in the World is Going On in Washington!

JADE'S BIO

Jade West is Senior Vice President-Government Relations for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors. She also serves as Executive Director of the NAW Political Action Committee. Jade is the senior lobbyist for NAW, advocating the interests of the wholesale distribution industry in Washington DC both on Capitol Hill and in the regulatory agencies. In addition, she is Executive Secretariat for the 1,000-member Tax Relief Coalition and the LIFO Coalition. Jade is a Steering Committee member of the Alliance for Tax Fairness and Growth, and she is on the Management Committee of the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace, which leads the opposition to organized labor’s effort to remove secret ballot elections from union certification elections and force employers into binding “interest arbitration” in negotiating contracts.

Jade is also a Director of the Business Industry Political Action Committee and a Founder and Director of the trade association Get Out the Vote Best Practices Group, both working to maximize the turnout of pro-business voters in federal elections.

Before joining NAW in 2002, Jade was a senior aide on Capitol Hill for more than 20 years. She served first as Executive Director of the U.S. Senate Steering Committee, directing the activities of a small staff that provided legislative and policy assistance to approximately 25 senators and their staffs.

She was then named Staff Director for the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee, the fourth ranking Republican Leadership position in the Senate. In that capacity, she served as an advisor to the Republican Leadership on legislative and technical procedural matters and managed a staff of 20, including 10 policy experts who provided policy analysis, research papers and talking points, and detailed legislative summaries to Republican senators and their staffs.

Joe Nettemeyer

President and CEO, Valin Corporation

Wednesday, January 30
1:15 PM – 1:45 PM

NAW Chairman’s Address

JOE'S BIO

Joe Nettemeyer is President and CEO of Valin Corporation, a privately held, employee-owned company providing technical solutions for the technology, energy, life sciences, natural resources and transportation industries. Joe took over as President in 2001 and has transformed the company from simply being a distributor to a complete turn-key solutions provider. Prior to joining Valin, Joe worked for Emerson Electric, a multinational manufacturer of Industrial products, for 21 years where he held senior management positions.

Alan Amling

Vice President, UPS Ventures

Wednesday, January 30
1:45 PM – 2:20 PM

The Disruptive Potential of 3D Printing

ALAN'S BIO

Alan Amling, Vice President, UPS Ventures, is helping revitalize UPS innovation and venture capital programs for the digital economy.  He is also leading UPS’ Global On-Demand Manufacturing initiative, helping global companies leverage 3D printing to tap into new markets while taking time, cost and carbon out of their supply chain. He moved to this role after serving as Vice President of Marketing for UPS Global Logistics and Distribution.

Alan began his UPS career in 1982 working as a seasonal employee for four years performing a variety of jobs including package handler and car washer. Since rejoining UPS in 1992, he has held numerous leadership roles in industrial engineering, customer technology and new product development.

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Ron Calhoun

President and CEO, Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing Company

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

RON'S BIO

Ron Calhoun is President, CEO and member of the Board of Directors at Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing Company. Established in 1907 and currently with eight locations, Palmer-Donavin is a Midwest leader in two-step distribution of building materials, flooring, and kitchen cabinets. The 100% employee-owned company purchases its inventory directly from manufacturers and sells primarily to independent lumber yards and contractors. Prior to Palmer-Donavin, Ron held outside sales positions with Heatilator Fireplace and National Gypsum Company.

Mark Dancer

President, Network for Channel Innovation

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

MARK'S BIO

Mark Dancer is President of Network for Channel Innovation. He was named a Fellow of the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence in 2017. He works with business leaders and teams to create visions, solve problems and strengthen capabilities. Mark’s experience includes work across global markets and commercial, industrial, services, technology, automotive, construction and other sectors. Previously, Mark was Vice President of Global Channel Management–Industrial Adhesives at Henkel Corporation. Mark is author of four research studies for the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence: CEO Insights on Innovating the Distributor for the Digital AgeGetting Results From Your Digital InvestmentsBecoming a Digital Distributor: Strategies and Tools That Create Value and Getting the Most Out of CRM: Best Practices for Wholesaler-Distributors

Brent Grover

Managing Director, Brent Grover & Co.

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

BRENT'S BIO

Brent R. Grover is Managing Director of Brent Grover & Co. He was named a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2005. He advises owner managers of closely held distribution and manufacturing companies on the challenges of strategy and ownership succession.

Brent, former CEO of National Paper & Packaging Co., served as Chairman of the NAW member association National Paper Trade Association in 1993. Brent is author of seven books for the NAW Institute including Mergers and Acquisitions for Distributors: Expert Advice for Buyers and SellersIn Search of the Perfect Customer: Cost-to-Serve for Distributors  and Strategic Pricing for Distributors: Tools and Rules for Building Higher Margins.

F. Barry Lawrence

Program Director, Industrial Distribution Program, Texas A&M University

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

BARRY'S BIO

Dr. F. Barry Lawrence is Program Director of the Industrial Distribution Program and the Global Supply Chain Lab (GSCL) at Texas A&M University. He was named a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2009. The GSCL is the nation’s premier distribution-focused research lab, providing state-of-the-art distribution and supply chain research solutions to the wholesale distribution industry.

Barry also heads up Texas A&M’s efforts with the Council for Research on Distributor Best Practices (CRDBP), an alliance between the NAW Institute and Texas A&M University’s Industrial Distribution Program. The CRDBP’s mission is to create competitive advantage for wholesaler-distributors through development of research, tools and education. Barry is coauthor of seven publications for the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence: Optimizing Human Capital Development: A Distributor’s Guide to Building Sustainable Competitive Advantage Through Talent StrategyUnlock the Power of Inventory Analytics: Aligning Working Capital to Customer Experience to Maximize Your Bottom LineDriving Profitable Growth: A Distributor’s Playbook to Generate–Manage–Sustain Competitive AdvantagePricing Optimization: Striking the Right Balance for Margin AdvantageSales and Marketing Optimization: Developing Competitive Value Propositions in DistributionCustomer Stratification: Best Practices for Boosting Profitability and Optimizing Distributor Profitability: Best Practices to a Stronger Bottom Line.

J. Michael Marks

Managing Partner, Indian River Consulting Group

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

MIKE'S BIO

J. Michael Marks is Managing Partner of Indian River Consulting Group (IRCG). He became a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2002. IRCG is an experience-driven firm that continues to focus on the wholesale distribution channel. Prior to forming IRCG, Mike held the position of Executive Vice President at Lex Electronics, a vertically integrated electronics distributor. Prior to that, he was Director of Corporate Training and Development at Ducommon Inc., an industrial distribution company.

Mike is coauthor of Value Creation Strategies for Wholesaler-DistributorsWorking at Cross-Purposes: How Distributors and Manufacturers Can Manage Conflict Successfully and What’s Your Plan? Smart Salesforce Compensation in Wholesale Distribution.

David Bauders

CEO, SPA

Thursday, January 31
9:05 AM – 9:35 AM

The Modern Sales Force: Why the Need and What Does It Look Like?

DAVID'S BIO

President and CEO David Bauders founded SPA (Strategic Pricing Associates, Inc.) in 1993 and its subsidiary, SPASIGMA, in 2015. SPA is the world’s first company to provide an integrated, holistic profit-driving solution that integrates decision-support analytics and entertaining, high-performance virtual training. SPA helps market leaders’ teams drive greater financial performance by providing the skills training and analytical tools to master the critical daily decisions that drive profitability and enterprise value: negotiation (sell-side and buy-side), profitability acumen and emotional intelligence. SPA’s holistic approach helps clients sustainably create and capture higher economic value. SPA’s typical client experiences increased profits equal to 2%–4% of affected sales in less than 90 days.

Alan Beaulieu

NAW Senior Economic Advisor, and President, ITR Economics

Thursday, January 31
9:45 AM – 11:00 AM

NAW Economic Forecast 2019-2020

ALAN'S BIO

One of the country’s most informed economists and also NAW Senior Economic Advisor, Alan Beaulieu is a principal of ITR Economics, where he serves as President. Since 1990, Alan has been consulting with companies that have a domestic and global perspective on how to forecast, plan and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. Alan has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars across the United States to literally thousands of business owners and executives. He has appeared in/on: The Wall Street JournalThe New York TimesBarron’sUSA TodayBusiness WeekThe Washington Times, Associated Press, Knight Ridder News Services, Reuters, CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Sirius talk radio and numerous other outlets.

Bret Baier

FOX News Chief Political Anchor and Host, Special Report with Bret Baier

Thursday, January 31
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

A Look at Politics in America

BRET'S BIO

Bret Baier currently serves as FOX News Channel’s (FNC) chief political anchor and anchor of Special Report with Bret Baier (weeknights 6–7PM/ET), the top-rated cable news program in its timeslot and consistently one of the top five shows in cable news. Based in Washington, DC, Bret joined the network in 1998 as the first reporter in the Atlanta bureau.

During the 2012 political season, he served as coanchor of FNC’s America’s Election HQ alongside Megyn Kelly. In addition, he provided extensive coverage of the 2012 campaign cycle, anchoring Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, as well as the Republican and Democratic conventions. Bret also moderated FNC’s five Republican presidential primary debates. Along with Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace, he anchored three GOP debates for FNC in 2016 with the debate in Cleveland, Ohio reaching a record 24 million viewers. He interviewed all of the presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a Democratic town hall, for Special Report.

Bret continues to provide extensive political coverage for FNC. During his tenure at the network, he has interviewed President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney. He has also anchored more than 30 political specials on FNC, reported from Iraq 12 times and Afghanistan 13 times, traveled the world with various administrations and military officials and reported from 74 countries. Special Report with Bret Baier was acknowledged by TIME magazine’s Joe Klein as the only “straight newscast” in cable news at 6PM/ET. Bret was also recently awarded the 2017 Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.

Prior to his anchor role, Bret was named chief White House correspondent in 2006 and covered the second term of the Bush Administration. Before that, he served as national security correspondent covering military and national security affairs, as well as defense, military policy and the intelligence community from the Pentagon. As FNC’s southeastern correspondent from 1998 to 2001, he covered a range of stories, including the 2001 Timothy McVeigh execution and the 1999 Elian Gonzalez story. He has also provided a series of reports from Cuba and covered more than a dozen hurricanes.

Bret is the author of The New York Times best seller, Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love and Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission. His latest book, Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire, is available now wherever books are sold.

Special Thanks to our NAW 2019 Executive Summit Sponsor

NAW 2019 Executive Summit Agenda

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM                Welcoming Reception

7:45 PM                                     Dinner

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

7:45 AM – 8:30 AM                 Buffet Breakfast

8:45 AM – 9:00 AM                NAW Executive Summit Opening Ceremonies

SEKOU

SEKOU ANDREWS

Founder
SekouWorld, Inc.

 

SEKOU'S BIO

Sekou Andrews is a schoolteacher turned actor, musician, two-time national poetry slam champion, entrepreneur and award-winning poetic voice through his company, SekouWorld Inc. His dynamic blend of strategic storytelling, business insight, spoken word poetry, theater and comedy turns events into experiences, and transforms audiences of informed receivers into enthusiastic responders. He delivers complicated business messages through moving keynotes that fuse performance and content. He helps leaders embrace creative, innovative and disruptive thinking and behaviors as he inspires individual mindset shifts that create company culture shifts.

It is no surprise that Forbes has called Sekou “the de facto poet laureate of corporate America.” His “wow-factor” is in high demand with the world’s most successful organizations, including Google, Viacom, Toyota, Nike, Cisco, LinkedIn, Global Green, PayPal, ASAE, The Gap, General Mills, TEDx, YPO, Capital One, Intuit and the NBA. Sekou’s work has also been featured on such diverse national media outlets as ABC World News, MSNBC, HBO, Good Morning America, Showtime, and MTV.

GENERAL SESSION

Disrupt Yourself!

Wednesday, January 30
9:05 AM – 9:55 AM

As companies grapple with how to face disruption and inspire a culture of innovation, this Opening Session will inspire the NAW audience to innovate from within. Leaders should disrupt their thinking so they can lead innovation within their companies. You’ll have your socks knocked off when Sekou Andrews takes the NAW stage to jolt your innovative thinking!

Sekou’s insights on disruption will challenge you to disrupt yourself so you can access your individual innovation. His goal is for you to gain actionable insights to unlock even greater possibilities. According to Sekou, “Innovation is the difference between ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’ and ‘Why didn’t I think LIKE that?’” As businesses scurry in pursuit of “big I” Innovation — exponential technologies, cultures of innovation and the like — Sekou will teach you to see through the “little i” of an innovator by innovating from within. Offering incredibly fresh perspectives on embracing failure, bold thinking and anticipating disruption, Sekou’s presentation will surprise you with how much it discomforts, delights and transforms on both a business and personal level. Get ready to be inspired as you learn new ways of thinking in your business.

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain inspiration to beat disruption to its destination
  • Capture tips on how to make innovation your state of mind
  • Learn how to see, think and communicate as an innovator

9:55 AM – 10:10 AM                Break

JIA

JIA WANG

Professor of HRD, Texas A&M University, and
Lead Author of NAW’s Optimizing Human Capital Development

JIA'S BIO

Dr. Jia Wang is Professor of Human Resource Development at Texas A&M University. As a scholar, she has been actively promoting individual and organizational development through culture-sensitive and evidence-based research. Her research work has been disseminated through a wide range of academic journals and international conferences. Jia currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Development Review. With 25 years of accumulated experiences in multicultural contexts, she has developed and conducted numerous educational workshops to diverse groups in both the corporate and university settings.

GENERAL SESSION

Maximize Your People Value Using the Head–Hand–Heart Factor

Wednesday, January 30
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM

One of the greatest challenges wholesaler-distributors face is finding and retaining top talent. According to Jia Wang, “The growth of a wholesale distribution organization does not rely solely on the distributor’s strategic vision, geographic reach, physical assets, product selection or market share. It also depends greatly on its human capital.” Join Jia as she discusses strategies to optimize and innovate distributors’ human capital development practices. She’ll set the stage with an overview of human capital proven practices and research-based ideas coming from NAW’s newest research study, Optimizing Human Capital Development, for which she served as lead author. She will help you think about the human element of your organization more constructively by deconstructing the “H” in “Human” in three essential components: Head–Hand–Heart. Joining Jia will be a panel of industry human capital practitioners who will share their unique insights on talent planning, acquisition, management, development and retention. As a NAW Executive Summit attendee, you will receive a copy of NAW’s Optimizing Human Capital Development as part of your registration.

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain tips on a new way of thinking about human capital development
  • Hear how to enhance your company’s competitiveness through strategic talent development
  • Explore how to find and retain the right people who will help you “move the needle”
  • Learn how to manage a multigenerational workforce to your advantage (or, learn how to leverage multigenerational differences to your advantage)

HOLT

MATT HOLT

Vice President, Human Resources, Dot Foods, Inc.

MATT'S BIO

As Vice President of Human Resources for Dot Foods, Inc.Matt Holt is responsible for upholding high standards for staffing, benefits, safety, wellness and diversity. He has helped propel Dot’s growth, which has positively impacted the lives of more than 5,300 Dot employees and their families coast to coast. During his 22-year Dot career, Matt has developed a well-round­ed insight into the business. He began his career in sales as a district and regional sales manager and then moved to the transportation manager role at Dot’s Mt. Sterling, Illinois, corpo­rate headquarters. Matt was next promoted to serve as general manager of the New York distribution center during Dot Foods’ 2002 acquisition of Drescher. He later assumed leadership of the New York, Georgia and Maryland distribution centers as Eastern Region general manager.

KARI

KARI HEERDT

Senior Vice President-HR, Chief People Officer
MSC Industrial Supply Co.

KARI'S BIO

Kari Heerdt is a seasoned human resource executive with more than 20 years of related global human resource management and consulting experience. Over the past decade, Kari has been the chief human resource officer for Mervyns department stores, Talecris biotherapeutics and now MSC Industrial Supply. She began her career at Bloomingdales and GE where she held various roles in human resources and on GE’s Audit Staff. Kari also spent several years as a M&A consultant for Hewitt Associates prior to joining Cerberus Capital Management, a leading private equity firm, where she was responsible for providing due diligence and human resource support for Cerberus’ portfolio companies.

SEAN

SEAN SCHUBERT

Executive Vice President, Vertical Niche Strategies, Gallagher

SEAN'S BIO

Sean Schubert is the Executive Vice President, Vertical Niche Strategies, within Gallagher’s Benefits and Human Resources Consulting division. Sean is responsible for growing Gallagher’s expertise in select industries by helping organizations improve the performance and productivity of their people in an effective cost structure.

Sean’s many years in sales and marketing leadership roles guides his efforts to help Gallagher continue to adapt and stay focused on what is most important —  delivering great value to clients. Sean previously held several sales, marketing and operations roles within Gallagher over the past 15 years, most recently as Vice President, Sales and Marketing Strategies. In that capacity he developed innovative sales and marketing strategies, and supporting action plans and capabilities, to drive consistent organic revenue growth across the organization.

Sean is a member of the division’s Executive Committee and provides leadership and support of the organization’s overall strategy, mergers and acquisitions, internal productivity and quality initiatives, as well as Gallagher’s key differentiator — its culture.

Prior to joining Gallagher, Sean spent several years in various senior management positions at a benefits technology firm, including working on behalf of the Gallagher account.

KARI

JADE WEST

Senior Vice President–Government Relations, NAW

 

JADE'S BIO

Jade West is Senior Vice President-Government Relations for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors. She also serves as Executive Director of the NAW Political Action Committee. Jade is the senior lobbyist for NAW, advocating the interests of the wholesale distribution industry in Washington DC both on Capitol Hill and in the regulatory agencies. In addition, she is Executive Secretariat for the 1,000-member Tax Relief Coalition and the LIFO Coalition. Jade is a Steering Committee member of the Alliance for Tax Fairness and Growth, and she is on the Management Committee of the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace, which leads the opposition to organized labor’s effort to remove secret ballot elections from union certification elections and force employers into binding “interest arbitration” in negotiating contracts.

Jade is also a Director of the Business Industry Political Action Committee and a Founder and Director of the trade association Get Out the Vote Best Practices Group, both working to maximize the turnout of pro-business voters in federal elections.

Before joining NAW in 2002, Jade was a senior aide on Capitol Hill for more than 20 years. She served first as Executive Director of the U.S. Senate Steering Committee, directing the activities of a small staff that provided legislative and policy assistance to approximately 25 senators and their staffs.

She was then named Staff Director for the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee, the fourth ranking Republican Leadership position in the Senate. In that capacity, she served as an advisor to the Republican Leadership on legislative and technical procedural matters and managed a staff of 20, including 10 policy experts who provided policy analysis, research papers and talking points, and detailed legislative summaries to Republican senators and their staffs.

GENERAL SESSION

What in the World Is Going On in Washington?

Wednesday, January 30
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM

The 2016 presidential election was one of the most remarkable in modern history. No one predicted Donald Trump would win the GOP nomination . . . but he did. And even fewer predicted he could win the presidency. They were wrong again. After his stunning upset win, the “establishment” was sure that his support would erode as his base voters experienced “buyers’ remorse.”  Wrong yet again, as the Trump base voter remains implacably loyal. The bitter partisan divide in the country has only grown more intense as self-proclaimed Democratic Socialists threaten the leadership of the Democratic Party, while both the Tea Party and the loyal Trump base threaten the Leadership of the Republican Party, and the critical 2018 mid-term elections are almost certain to bring as-yet-foreseeable changes to Congress in 2019.

Despite the bitter partisanship and continued gridlock, a new Justice is sitting on the U.S. Supreme Court, another two dozen appellate court judges have been confirmed, the Obama regulatory assault is systematically and effectively being reversed, and the most significant tax reform bill since 1986 has been signed into law. So what is in store for 2019 and what impact will the 2018 mid-terms have on Congress and the Administration? Jade West will share her insights and best guesses.

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM                Luncheon

JOE

JOE NETTEMEYER

President and CEO, Valin Corporation

 

JOE'S BIO

Joe Nettemeyer is President and CEO of Valin Corporation, a privately held, employee-owned company providing technical solutions for the technology, energy, life sciences, natural resources and transportation industries. Joe took over as President in 2001 and has transformed the company from simply being a distributor to a complete turn-key solutions provider. Prior to joining Valin, Joe worked for Emerson Electric, a multinational manufacturer of Industrial products, for 21 years where he held senior management positions.

NAW Chairman’s Address

Wednesday, January 30
1:15 PM – 1:45 PM

Joseph Nettemeyer, President and CEO of Valin Corporation, will deliver his NAW Chairman’s Address—the culmination of his year as 2018 Chairman of the NAW Board of Directors.

ALAN

ALAN AMLING

Vice President, UPS Ventures

 

ALAN'S BIO

Alan Amling, Vice President, UPS Ventures, is helping revitalize UPS innovation and venture capital programs for the digital economy.  He is also leading UPS’ Global On-Demand Manufacturing initiative, helping global companies leverage 3D printing to tap into new markets while taking time, cost and carbon out of their supply chain. He moved to this role after serving as Vice President of Marketing for UPS Global Logistics and Distribution.

Alan began his UPS career in 1982 working as a seasonal employee for four years performing a variety of jobs including package handler and car washer. Since rejoining UPS in 1992, he has held numerous leadership roles in industrial engineering, customer technology and new product development.

GENERAL SESSION

The Disruptive Potential of 3D Printing

Wednesday, January 30
1:45 PM – 2:20 PM

Does 3D printing have the potential to shake up the supply chain? Is it a threat to the wholesale distribution model or an opening for new opportunities? UPS has made significant investments in this technology and looks at 3D printing as a complement to their supply chain and logistics business. Join Alan Amling of UPS as he explores the disruptive potential of this technology. Use this opportunity to examine your company’s place in the 3D printing revolution.

2:20 PM – 2:35 PM                Break 

Calhoun

RON CALHOUN

President and CEO, Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing Company

 

RON'S BIO

Ron Calhoun is President, CEO and member of the Board of Directors at Palmer-Donavin Manufacturing Company. Established in 1907 and currently with eight locations, Palmer-Donavin is a Midwest leader in two-step distribution of building materials, flooring, and kitchen cabinets. The 100% employee-owned company purchases its inventory directly from manufacturers and sells primarily to independent lumber yards and contractors. Prior to Palmer-Donavin, Ron held outside sales positions with Heatilator Fireplace and National Gypsum Company.

GENERAL SESSION

Competing in the Age of Amazon: The NAW Institute Fellows Weigh In

Wednesday, January 30
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM

Back by popular demand, the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellows will share their perceptions on today’s key issues for wholesaler-distributors. The NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence conducts research into strategic management issues affecting the wholesale distribution industry. When it comes to distribution knowledge, research and authoring a full body of practical research studies that assist wholesaler-distributors to be more profitable, the NAW Institute Fellows are our crown jewels. This lively discussion will focus on the Fellows’ interpretation of wholesale distribution trends in operations, technology, sales, marketing and more.

Take in the thoughts on key distribution trends and opportunities from the NAW Institute Fellows:

  • Manage customer expectations and customer experience in the Age of Amazon
  • Make a difference with digital technologies
  • Combat the brain drain as the mature workforce retires

Mark Dancer

MARK DANCER

President, Network for Channel Innovation

MARK'S BIO

Mark Dancer is President of Network for Channel Innovation. He was named a Fellow of the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence in 2017. He works with business leaders and teams to create visions, solve problems and strengthen capabilities. Mark’s experience includes work across global markets and commercial, industrial, services, technology, automotive, construction and other sectors. Previously, Mark was Vice President of Global Channel Management–Industrial Adhesives at Henkel Corporation. Mark is author of four research studies for the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence: CEO Insights on Innovating the Distributor for the Digital AgeGetting Results From Your Digital InvestmentsBecoming a Digital Distributor: Strategies and Tools That Create Value and Getting the Most Out of CRM: Best Practices for Wholesaler-Distributors.

Brent Grover

BRENT GROVER

Managing Director, Brent Grover & Co.

BRENT'S BIO

Brent R. Grover is Managing Director of Brent Grover & Co. He was named a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2005. He advises owner managers of closely held distribution and manufacturing companies on the challenges of strategy and ownership succession.

Brent, former CEO of National Paper & Packaging Co., served as Chairman of the NAW member association National Paper Trade Association in 1993. Brent is author of seven books for the NAW Institute including Mergers and Acquisitions for Distributors: Expert Advice for Buyers and SellersIn Search of the Perfect Customer: Cost-to-Serve for Distributors and Strategic Pricing for Distributors: Tools and Rules for Building Higher Margins.

F.Barry Lawerence

F. BARRY LAWRENCE

Program Director, Industrial Distribution Program, Texas A&M University

BARRY'S BIO

Dr. F. Barry Lawrence is Program Director of the Industrial Distribution Program and the Global Supply Chain Lab (GSCL) at Texas A&M University. He was named a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2009. The GSCL is the nation’s premier distribution-focused research lab, providing state-of-the-art distribution and supply chain research solutions to the wholesale distribution industry.

Barry also heads up Texas A&M’s efforts with the Council for Research on Distributor Best Practices (CRDBP), an alliance between the NAW Institute and Texas A&M University’s Industrial Distribution Program. The CRDBP’s mission is to create competitive advantage for wholesaler-distributors through development of research, tools and education. Barry is coauthor of seven publications for the NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence: Optimizing Human Capital Development: A Distributor’s Guide to Building Sustainable Competitive Advantage Through Talent StrategyUnlock the Power of Inventory Analytics: Aligning Working Capital to Customer Experience to Maximize Your Bottom LineDriving Profitable Growth: A Distributor’s Playbook to Generate–Manage–Sustain Competitive AdvantagePricing Optimization: Striking the Right Balance for Margin AdvantageSales and Marketing Optimization: Developing Competitive Value Propositions in DistributionCustomer Stratification: Best Practices for Boosting Profitability and Optimizing Distributor Profitability: Best Practices to a Stronger Bottom Line.

J.Michael Marks

J. MICHAEL MARKS

Managing Partner, Indian River Consulting Group

MIKE'S BIO

J. Michael Marks is Managing Partner of Indian River Consulting Group (IRCG). He became a NAW Institute for Distribution Excellence Fellow in 2002. IRCG is an experience-driven firm that continues to focus on the wholesale distribution channel. Prior to forming IRCG, Mike held the position of Executive Vice President at Lex Electronics, a vertically integrated electronics distributor. Prior to that, he was Director of Corporate Training and Development at Ducommon Inc., an industrial distribution company.

Mike is coauthor of Value Creation Strategies for Wholesaler-DistributorsWorking at Cross-Purposes: How Distributors and Manufacturers Can Manage Conflict Successfully and What’s Your Plan? Smart Salesforce Compensation in Wholesale Distribution.

3:45 PM – 4:00 PM                Break 

 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM                Discussion Roundtables

The opportunity to share information, strategies and technologies is an excellent way to stay on top of industry trends. Through the NAW Discussion Roundtables, NAW Executive Summit attendees can network and see what other professionals in the industry are doing to improve their businesses. Join with noncompeting peers to learn from each other and share ideas.

6:00 PM                    Reception for All Executive Summit Attendees

6:30 PM                    NAW–PAC Reception 

7:00 PM                    NAW–PAC Dinner

Thursday, January 31, 2019

7:45 AM – 8:30 AM               Breakfast

8:45 AM – 9:05 AM              Official NAW Annual Meeting Business

Bauders

DAVID BAUDERS

CEO, SPA

 

DAVID'S BIO

President and CEO David Bauders founded SPA (Strategic Pricing Associates, Inc.) in 1993 and its subsidiary, SPASIGMA, in 2015. SPA is the world’s first company to provide an integrated, holistic profit-driving solution that integrates decision-support analytics and entertaining, high-performance virtual training. SPA helps market leaders’ teams drive greater financial performance by providing the skills training and analytical tools to master the critical daily decisions that drive profitability and enterprise value: negotiation (sell-side and buy-side), profitability acumen and emotional intelligence. SPA’s holistic approach helps clients sustainably create and capture higher economic value. SPA’s typical client experiences increased profits equal to 2%–4% of affected sales in less than 90 days.

The Modern Sales Force: Why the Need and What Does It Look Like?

Thursday, January 31
9:05 AM – 9:35 AM

Recent changes in the buyer’s journey and disruptive competition require salespeople to engage, understand needs and deliver value differently from what they’ve done before. Buyers self-educate, compare solutions and often place orders without even engaging with a seller. What type of sales person can create a customer experience and economic value-add in the modern marketplace?

Welcome to the world of Sales Enablement: the integrated, sales-first system of Tools & Training to drive exponential enterprise growth.

With a proactive sales enablement strategy, companies can guide sellers on both what to do and how best to do it. Analytics-based insights help sellers make smarter decisions by having the right conversations with the right customers.

Advanced business and interpersonal skills ensure your company is strengthening its economic relationship with every customer through every conversation. New technologies can reduce friction, improve the customer experience, and boost sales productivity.

This session will share new survey findings about the current state and future opportunities around sales enablement in distribution; and will provide a practical approach to ensuring your sales force is equipped to succeed in a changing marketplace.

9:35 AM – 9:45 AM    Break

Beaulieu

ALAN BEAULIEU

NAW Senior Economic Advisor, and President, ITR Economics

 

ALAN'S BIO


One of the country’s most informed economists and also NAW Senior Economic Advisor, Alan Beaulieu is a principal of ITR Economics, where he serves as President. Since 1990, Alan has been consulting with companies that have a domestic and global perspective on how to forecast, plan and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. Alan has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars across the United States to literally thousands of business owners and executives. He has appeared in/on: The Wall Street JournalThe New York TimesBarron’sUSA TodayBusiness WeekThe Washington Times, Associated Press, Knight Ridder News Services, Reuters, CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Sirius talk radio and numerous other outlets.

GENERAL SESSION

NAW Economic Forecast 2019-2020

Thursday, January 31
9:45 AM – 11:00 AM

Someone who keeps audiences glued to their seats and entertained is Alan Beaulieu. Alan will unveil his economic outlook for 2019–2020 and it’ll be packed with strategic action items and insightful suggestions to help change the course of business. His high-spirited analysis will focus on both a macro forecast for the U.S. economy and a more-focused forecast for various sectors in our industry.

11:00 AM – 11:15 AM                Break

 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM                Discussion Roundtables

The opportunity to share information, strategies and technologies is an excellent way to stay on top of industry trends. Through the NAW Discussion Roundtables, NAW Executive Summit attendees can network and see what other professionals in the industry are doing to improve their businesses. Join with noncompeting peers to learn from each other and share ideas.

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM                Closing Luncheon

                

Beir

BRET BAIER

FOX News Chief Political Anchor and Host, Special Report with Bret Baier

 

BRET'S BIO

Bret Baier currently serves as FOX News Channel’s (FNC) chief political anchor and anchor of Special Report with Bret Baier (weeknights 6–7PM/ET), the top-rated cable news program in its timeslot and consistently one of the top five shows in cable news. Based in Washington, DC, Bret joined the network in 1998 as the first reporter in the Atlanta bureau.

During the 2012 political season, he served as coanchor of FNC’s America’s Election HQ alongside Megyn Kelly. In addition, he provided extensive coverage of the 2012 campaign cycle, anchoring Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, as well as the Republican and Democratic conventions. Bret also moderated FNC’s five Republican presidential primary debates. Along with Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace, he anchored three GOP debates for FNC in 2016 with the debate in Cleveland, Ohio reaching a record 24 million viewers. He interviewed all of the presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a Democratic town hall, for Special Report.

Bret continues to provide extensive political coverage for FNC. During his tenure at the network, he has interviewed President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney. He has also anchored more than 30 political specials on FNC, reported from Iraq 12 times and Afghanistan 13 times, traveled the world with various administrations and military officials and reported from 74 countries. Special Report with Bret Baier was acknowledged by TIME magazine’s Joe Klein as the only “straight newscast” in cable news at 6PM/ET. Bret was also recently awarded the 2017 Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.

Prior to his anchor role, Bret was named chief White House correspondent in 2006 and covered the second term of the Bush Administration. Before that, he served as national security correspondent covering military and national security affairs, as well as defense, military policy and the intelligence community from the Pentagon. As FNC’s southeastern correspondent from 1998 to 2001, he covered a range of stories, including the 2001 Timothy McVeigh execution and the 1999 Elian Gonzalez story. He has also provided a series of reports from Cuba and covered more than a dozen hurricanes.

Bret is the author of The New York Times best seller, Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love and Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission. His latest book, Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire, is available now wherever books are sold.

CLOSING LUNCHEON

A Look at Politics in America

Thursday, January 31
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

To say the last two years in American politics have been tumultuous would give “understatement” new meaning. When NAW’s Executive Summit convenes in January we will have just come through the critical mid-term elections which most pollsters and pundits predict will give Democrats control of the U.S. House of Representatives and leave Republicans with a very narrow majority in the U.S. Senate. The new Congress will have just convened, and President Trump will have just begun his third year in office. Business as usual . . . but is there anything “usual” about the business of Washington, DC anymore? Our NAW Executive Summit closing speaker will sort it all out for us. Bret Baier anchors FOX News Channel’s Special Report every weeknight — one of the top five news shows in cable television — and is FNC’s chief political anchor.  Whatever happens in November, there’s no one better able to tell us what it all meant and what to expect in the year ahead.

2:00 PM                NAW 2019 Executive Summit Adjourns

                

Special Thanks to our NAW 2019 Executive Summit Sponsor

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I or my company have to be a Member of NAW to attend the NAW Executive Summit?

If your company is not a wholesale distribution firm and is not a NAW member, you must become a NAW member to be eligible to attend the NAW Executive Summit. To join NAW, go to https://www.naw.org/join-today/ or contact Nathan Nelson at 202.872.0885 or corporaterelations@naw.org.

How do I know if my company is a Member of NAW?

Log in to www.naw.org or create an account using your business information. Once you do, you will locate your company information and determine what membership status your company maintains with NAW. If you have questions, contact Nathan Nelson at 202.872.0885 or corporaterelations@naw.org.

When will this event begin and end?

The NAW Executive Summit begins on Tuesday, January 29, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. and concludes on Thursday, January 31, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. Please plan your arrival and departure from the hotel accordingly.

What is the appropriate attire for this event?

Business attire is expected.

Are there discounts if I bring additional people from my company with me?

Each person pays the same registration fee depending on your company’s membership status with NAW.

If I bring my spouse or a guest with me, must this guest register for this event?

Your spouse or guest is considered an additional registrant. Follow the instructions on the registration form for registering your spouse or guest as an “additional registrant from the same company.” All guests must be registered for the NAW Executive Summit.

Where is this meeting venue? How can I reserve a hotel room, and what are the rates?

This event will be held at The Fairmont Washington, DC Hotel at the corner of 24th and M Streets, NW. For detailed information about The Fairmont Washington, DC, including how to book your hotel room at NAW’s special rates, click here. REMINDER: When you register for the NAW Executive Summit and book your room at The Fairmont Washington, DC Hotel by December 15, you will receive a $100 room credit at check-in!

What is the cancellation policy for this event?

Your registration fee will be refunded 100% up to January 7, 2019. After January 7, 2019, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded up to January 18, 2019. After January 18, 2019, there will be no refunds.

Where can I find meeting materials before the event?

An email invitation to download the mobile app will be sent to all registrants. Once you have access to the app, you’ll be able to review meeting materials as they become available on the app. This event is paperless, so please bring your preferred mobile device with you to access all meeting handouts and other materials.

My question is not here. Who should I contact to have my questions answered?

Please direct your questions about the NAW Executive Summit to Joy Goldman at jgoldman@naw.org.

Special Thanks to our NAW 2019 Executive Summit Sponsor

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