“All Systems Go” brings big names to Orlando!
will open in January of 2017, mark your calendars to join us June 4 – 7
in Orlando, Florida because you won’t want to miss these educational experiences designed to keep “All Systems Go!”
Recently added to the program!
Why Winners Win...What are the four most common attributes of people who make a lifelong habit of winning? Robyn’s presentation was inspired by a Fast Company Magazine article entitled Extreme Teamwork, which featured Robyn’s team of World Champion adventure athletes as well as “Winners” from all walks of life. Robyn will outline the common traits, attitudes and mindset of the world’s most consistently high performing leaders in their eternal pursuit of world class results. Robyn’s incredible stories and breathtaking video footage of extreme teams in action, will leave us energized and empowered to create consistent world class results in every aspect of our lives!
Featured Speakers at IASA2017
Technology Super Session: Chunka Mui, Author of Unleashing the Killer App
A. R. F. Super Session: Charlie Kingdollar, Global Emerging Issues Specialist and Vice President, Gen Re's Treaty Department and Kim Hazelbaker, Senior Vice President, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Career Skills Super Session: Dennis Snow, Snow & Associates, former Disney Executive
Regulator Town Hall: Panelists will include Julie Gann and Charles Therriault from the NAIC and Dale Bruggeman from the Ohio Department of Insurance and Kevin Fry from the Illinois Department of Insurance
Chief Financial Officer Roundtable: Fred Colon, Chief Diversity Officer, Travelers'
Chief Operating Officer Roundtable: David Stroh, Visionary Planning and Leadership Development Expert
Chief Information/Technology Officer Roundtable: Brian Solis, Principal Analyst, Altimeter Group
Chief Investment Officer Roundtable: Dennis Lockhart, Former President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Back from his historic record-breaking Year in Space, IASA will welcome NASA astronaut Captain Scott Kelly. Captain Kelly has laid the groundwork for the future of space travel and exploration, and continues to garner media exposure like no other pioneer of our time. From the cover of TIME to live interviews on TODAY to features in Forbes and on CNN to a Twitter following that is rapidly approaching 1 million, the world remains in awe as we celebrate a hero’s return to the planet that is home, from an adventure that is extraordinary.
From the Baltimore Opera to QVC shopping channel, IASA looks forward to hearing from Executive Producer and TV Host Mike Rowe, who has had hundreds of jobs and relished his role as a chronic freelancer. He’s best known as the “dirtiest man on TV,” a title he earned on Discovery Channel’s hit TV series Dirty Jobs, where he travels to all 50 states; completed 300 different jobs; and transformed cable television into a landscape of swamps, sewers, and coal mines. He has narrated hundreds of documentaries about space, nature, dinosaurs, and how stuff works. Most recently, he launched The Way I Heard It, a five-minute weekly podcast of short mysteries for the curious mind with a short attention span. As CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, Mike speaks regularly about the country’s dysfunctional relationship with work, highlighting the widening skills gap, and challenging the persistent belief that a four-year degree is automatically the best path to take for the most people. The Foundation has helped grant more than $3 million in technical and/or vocational education for trade schools across the country.