Past Workshops

Events that assemble disrupters, decision-makers and doers, from across the country, around the issues that matter most in their cities have been at the core of CEOs for Cities from the start. Exclusive events for our City Clusters — local/regional groups of cross-sector leaders who join the CEOs for Cities network together and work as a team — launched in 2014. We look forward to growing our calendar of cluster offerings. Flip back through these resources to catch up on previous events.

11 Signs a City Will Succeed (Greenville, SC) — 2017 City Cluster Workshop

On May 15-17, 2017, our Greenville/Greer Cluster along with special guest Jim Fallows host 225 leaders from cities across the U.S. for an interactive workshop. Read more.

Program Booklet

The Crossroads City (Des Moines, Iowa) — 2016 City Cluster Workshop

On June 26-28, 2016, every city is at the 21st century crossroads: the direction they turn, the speed at which they travel, and the choices they make will be critical. We explored how cities and regions seize unique opportunities and connect and collaborate across sectors, disciplines, generations, and borders to make bold investments in their future. Read more.

2016 Workshop Attendees  |  About Des Moines  |   Des Moines Dining Options

The Innovative + Inclusive City (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) — 2015 City Cluster Workshop

On June 10-12, 2015, multi-sector leaders from across the country convened in Pittsburgh for the 2015 City Cluster workshop. With the overarching goal to promote a more collaborative civic culture, the workshops succeed through a series of panel discussions, break-out sessions, lectures and roundtables. Attendees also enjoyed other events, meals and field trips conveniently located across beautiful Pittsburgh. Read more.

2015 Workshop Attendees

The Connected City (Cleveland, Ohio) — 2014 City Cluster Workshop

On June 18-20, 2014, urban leaders gathered in Cleveland to share the smartest ideas, toughest challenges and real-life strategies for connecting a city’s distinctive assets. It was a max-packed few days, but the action shouldn’t stop there. Whether you were a participant with follow-up to do or couldn’t attend and need to see what you missed, CEOs for Cities has packaged the play-by-play for The Connected City workshop. Read more.

Field Notes: The Euclid Corridor