Influence is a three-day crash course on San Diego’s business and civic landscape for C-level and senior executives.
Taking place from Thursday, April 28 – Saturday, April 30, 2021, and facilitated by San Diego’s top civic, community, and business leaders, as well as key regional decision-makers, Influence is a peer-to-peer program specially developed to further educate C-level and senior executives on key regional issues.
Influence is known as a “crash course on San Diego” and is highly valued by corporate executives and mid-to-large companies interested in establishing a stronger connection to the regional community and an issues-based professional education program.
The Influence program will cover topics including:
- Arts & Culture
- Environment & Growth
- Health & Human Services
- Life Sciences & Innovation
- Mexico & Our International Region
- Political Landscape
How to Participate?
Influence seminars provide participants with exceptional access to San Diego’s leaders across multiple sectors in a three-day program designed to forge connections and build circles of influence.
Applications for the 2022 Influence program are now open. Please note all payment due dates and cancellation policy on the application. If you have questions, please contact LEAD@SDChamber.org
Jean Loo-Russo (17)
Chief Philanthropy Officer
The Elizabeth Hospice
“LEAD San Diego’s Influence has been instrumental in our ability to work collaboratively with other organizations for the benefit of the community. This is a great opportunity to make connections.”
Carisa Wisniewski (11)
Past Chair, LEAD San Diego
Business Assurance Partner & Executive Committee Member, Moss Adams
“We’re fortunate in San Diego County to have created an environment of collaboration, of partnerships, and intelligent and constructive discourse.”
James Mackay (17)
President & Chief Executive Officer
“Influence San Diego was a truly awesome experience. I have never learned so much and been so interested on a three-day course. It was so good that I send all the members of my leadership team.”