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Thursday, March 26 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Cultivating Smart City / Smart Utility Cooperation for Intelligent Infrastructure

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The relationships between city/municipal entities and their local utilities are often developed along reactive rather than proactive lines, if they exist at all beyond the legal necessities. This Panel/Roundtable Discussion will explore how cities and utilities can forge positive relationships that will sustain and benefit them in tangible ways, now and in the future. A substantial part of that future will likely involve the creation, upgrade and expansion of Intelligent Infrastructure that the parties own, operate and/or use in common. 

Moderator
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Michael A. Marullo

Founder and Publisher, Utility Horizons International
Michael A. Marullo is the founder, editor and publisher of utility horizons international (formerly utility horizons QUARTERLY), a utility automation and information technology-centric electronic magazine for electric, gas and water utility markets. He is also the Managing Director/CEO for cfar International Ltd., a diversified technical market research and consulting firm he founded in 1984, which also publishes utility horizons... Read More →
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Steve Winstead

Sr. Systems Architect, Leidos
Mr. Winstead is a Senior Systems Architect in Leidos’s Energy Solutions Operation. He has spent more than 32 years assisting utilities with developing strategies and tactics for real-time process controls and data acquisition systems by employing his skills in: Systems Engineering, Systems Integration, Program Management, Requirements Definition, Systems Testing and Commissioning. Mr. Winstead has experience at virtually all phases of the... Read More →

Speakers
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Latisha Hill

Manager of HR Strategic Planning, Avista Corporation
Latisha serves in various roles as a liaison for the company, managing corporate and community issues, participating in civic affairs, and fostering economic development. Latisha is passionate about the relationships between critical infrastructure and people and has been involved in community and economic development for more than two decades. Latisha is an engaged leader and has served on a diverse collection of boards such as the Washington... Read More →
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Jim Lucas

Global Utilities Group, Bentley Systems
Mr. Lucas is a Solutions Director in Bentley Systems’ Global Utilities group. He has spent almost 20 years assisting utilities with the implementation of strategic software projects, with a focus on Design and Construction. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Jim has experience with all phases of the technical software delivery cycle, including sales, business case development, consulting, project planning, implementation... Read More →
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Michael Nark

CEO, BuildingIQ
Michael Nark is CEO of BuildingIQ, bringing over 25 years of experience in software and technology-enabled service delivery businesses. He recently served as President and CEO of Power Analytics. He has a proven track record of building successful, efficient organizations and experience in leading companies to profitable growth. Prior to Power Analytics he was President and CEO of Prenova, an energy management services provider to the C&I... Read More →
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Theresa Sanders

City Administrator, City of Spokane
Spokane Mayor David A. Condon selected Theresa Sanders as the City Administrator, the City of Spokane’s highest appointed position, when he took office in 2012. As City Administrator, Sanders is responsible for the daily operation of the City, overseeing the management of more than 1,900 employees and a $600 million budget. Sanders, a Spokane native, has a strong background in management, economic development and local government. She... Read More →


Thursday March 26, 2015 8:30am - 9:30am
Level M2 | 202 AT&T Conference Center

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