Wed, Jan 27 at 11:00 am EST
Town Hall Meeting

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BOMA International’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee will host its first Town Hall to report on its activities and to facilitate open forum discussions on creating education, training and job opportunities by expanding our D&I initiatives so we fully reflect the people in the communities where we do business.
Speakers and Staff


Mark Dukes, BOMA Fellow, CCIM, RPA, BOMA/Georgia, Co-Chair, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Sandrena Robinson, BOMA Fellow, LEED GA, BOMA/Denver Metro, Co-Chair, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Jamal Johnson, BOMA/Philadelphia, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Theotto Lillard, BOMA/Iowa, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Manny Moreno, BOMA/Oakland-East Bay, Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Wed, Jan 27 at 1:00 pm EST
Keynote Session featuring Sebastian Terry, Sponsored by Thyssenkrupp

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Keynote Session

Featuring Sebastian Terry, Author and TV Host
Wednesday, January 27 | 1:00 – 2:15 pm ET


Sebastian Terry is known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things he wants to achieve before he dies. His story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching: permission, choice, growth and connection. 

Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a moment in his life where he asked himself a simple question: "Am I happy?" The answer was NO, so he decided to pen down a list of 100 Things that he’d always wanted to achieve. Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian’s incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe of hundreds of thousands to not just set meaningful goals, but also pull the trigger and achieve them—all while helping others do the same. 

 Sebastian tells his unique, action-packed story while integrating the principles of goal setting, altering mindset, benefiting from change, the art of achievement, opportunity creation and helping others. He’ll inspire you to gain perspective, think big and be the best you can be on every level so that others can follow suit.

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Wed, Jan 27 at 2:30 pm EST
Government Affairs Committees

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The Government Affairs Committee develops and prioritizes policy positions on advocacy issues for consideration by BOMA International’s Executive Committee and Board of Governors. The committee identifies emerging issues, provides guidance to advocacy staff, and engages membership in an active dialogue on current legislative matters impacting the federal, state and/or local levels, strengthening BOMA’s grassroots to influence public policy.
Speakers and Staff


Government Affairs Committee Chair: Geoff Wardle, BOMA/Idaho

Government Affairs Committee Vice Chair: Mary Lantz, BOMA/Orlando

BOMAPAC Chair: Bob Six, BOMA/Chicago

BOMAPAC Vice Chair: Cristalle Bozarth, BOMA/Kansas City

BOMAPAC Co-Vice Chair: Andy Taylor, BOMA/Dallas

Energy and Environment Chair: Jason McIntyre, BOMA/San Antonio

Energy and Environment Committee Vice Chair: Michael Bodendorf, BOMA/Greater Washington

State Government Affairs Chair: Traci Devereaux, BOMA/Fort Worth

State Government Affairs Vice Chair: Shayna Eskew, BOMA/San Francisco

IDF Oversight Committee Chair: Chad Williams, BOMA/Austin

IDF Oversight Committee Vice Chair: Paul Cohen, BOMA/Omaha

Tax and Finance Task Force Chair: Shane Baggett, BOMA/Dallas


Staff Liaison: Don Davis

Staff Liaison: Emily Naden

Staff Liaison: Ken Rosenfeld

Staff Liaison: Meg Novak

Staff Liaison: Maria Balzer-Pisciotta