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Wood Dining Room, Iacocca Hall

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Bethlehem, PA 18015

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FUTURELV. BIG IDEAS. BOLD CONVERSATION.

DECEMBER 6, 2017

What does the future look like? Few people know better than Peter Leyden, the former managing editor of Wired Magazine and author of the recent books “What’s Next” and “The Long Boom. Leyden will be the featured keynote speaker.

The daylong FUTURELV event at Lehigh University’s Iacocca Hall will feature the unveiling of DataLV, a new project designed to build on LVPC’s role at the repository of regional data for the Lehigh Valley.

It will also include a series of panel discussions by experts on such topics as Economy, Energy, Transportation and Resiliency. Discussions about how driverless cars, living longer and climate change could affect the Lehigh Valley. A look at where the Lehigh Valley is headed and why we have to prepare.

Other Experts Include:

  • Steve Buckley, Vice President, WSP USA
  • Scott Fainor, Group Executive, BB&T
  • Shari Shapiro, Senior Manager, Public Affairs for Pennsylvania and Delaware, Uber
  • Ellen Neises, Associate Professor, UPENN
  • Owen O'Neill, Executive Director, LANta
  • Mike Alderman, Vice President, Liberty Property Trust
  • Kathryn Semmens, Science Director, Nurture Nature Center
  • Joseph Divis, Assistant Vice President of External Affairs, Mid-Atlantic Region, AT&T

Information collected and discussions will be used to draft the Regional Comprehensive Plan.


  • Registration - 8:00 am
  • Program – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.


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