Day 2: Sunday, May 4, 2014
8:00am – 6:00pm
|8:00am - 8:15am
Tracy Leduc, NBCC Board of Directors, Annie Appleseed Project
Moment of Silence
|8:15am – 9:00am
NBCC President Fran Visco will deliver her keynote address on the status of Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®. She will address progress and challenges facing us as we implement strategies outlined in the Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® Blueprint.
|9:00am – 10:30am
Cancer Research Landscape: What's Changing?
Are there signs of change in the areas of prevention and metastasis research? Has the breast cancer research landscape become more focused on Deadline priorities? Hear about the progress being made and where progress is still to come.
|10:30am – 10:45pm
|10:45am – 11:45am
Grassroots Organizing: Models That Work
Speaker: Carolyn Lukensmeyer, PhD, Executive Director of the National Institute of Civil Discourse, University of Arizona. Hear some of the lessons learned and key examples from the AmericaSpeaks experience. This will be an interactive discussion on how to mobilize communities around controversial and timely community issues as this pertains to NBCC mobilization strategies.
|11:45am - !2:00pm
|12:00pm – 12:45pm
Speakers: Pat Steeg, Alana Welm, Keith Knutson, Carolyn Lukensmeyer, Robert Cook-Deegan, Alan Rosenblatt, Susan Love.
These small group conversations are designed to bring together advocates and the Summit presenters for an informal dialogue on top of mind issues. Whether it is a thorny research dilemma or a follow up to a provocative point made in a plenary, these sessions will allow for the
kinds of interactions leaders will find stimulating and insightful.
|1:00pm – 2:30pm
Lunch: Keynote Address
Moderator: Christine Norton, NBCC Board member, Minnesota Breast Cancer Coalition.
Speaker: Stephen Friend, MD, PhD, is CEO and founder of Sage Bionetworks, a non-profit organization that provides the tools and environment to conduct dynamic, large-scale collaborative biomedical research. Dr. Friend will highlight his innovative approaches to reimagining the role of citizens in the research process and for greater data sharing through open source technology, crown sourcing and DREAM challenges.
|2:30pm - 2:45pm
|2:45pm – 4:00pm
Knowing How to End Breast Cancer: What do we need to get there?
is it going to take to achieve the goal of knowing how to end breast cancer by
2020? How will we define success and
what do we need to get there? Some have
suggested innovative tools for scientific inquiry, systematic ways to collect
biological materials, radical approaches to data sharing and
convention-breaking collaboration, among others. What kinds of ethical, intellectual property,
patient interest and technological issues does this path raise?
Moderator: Molly Mead, EdD, MBA
Speakers: Sue Love, MD, MBA, Robert Cook-Deegan, MD and Joy Simha
|4:15pm – 4:30pm
|4:30pm – 6:00pm
Skill Building Workshops: Community Organization
Grassroots mobilization in 2014 will include creating
community roundtable events to promote Breast Cancer Deadline 2020. Learn how this is done by experienced AmericaSpeaks facilitators and veteran NBCC advocates.
Elana Goldstein, Mary Lauran Hall, Hala Harik Hayes, Kim Sescoe, Vickey Wilcher, Kamilah Woods.
Women with Balls®: Strike Breast Cancer!
Sunday, May 4, 6:30pm-9:30pm, Lucky Strike Lanes, 701 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC
A party in the fast lane, at Lucky Strike Lanes. Shuttle departs the hotel at 6:20. Bowlers who have raised $500 above the $1000 fundraising goal still have time to sign up. Visit the Fundraising table in the Atrium by 4:30 on Sunday, May 4 to complete registration.