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Sayfie Review announces Florida Leaders Summit partners for November conference

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Lawyer-lobbyist extraordinaire and publisher of the Sayfie Review Justin Sayfie has announced the Thought Leadership Partners — a group of Florida-based think tanks and advocacy groups — whose work will help inform the publication’s upcoming Florida Leaders Summit, set for Nov. 16 and 17 in Orlando.

The list of intellectual partners for the summit is:

  • AIF Foundation
  • Bob Graham Center for Public Service
  • LeRoy Collins Institute
  • Florida Chamber Foundation
  • Florida Council of 100
  • Florida Philanthropic Network
  • Florida Taxwatch
  • Foundation for Florida’s Future
  • The James Madison Institute
  • Leadership Florida
  • University of Miami

Representatives from the institutions will participate in the publication’s “invitation-only, non-partisan event for Florida’s top leaders, modeled after the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.”

Those invited will receive the details of the summit’s location and program this fall.

Available details about the Florida Leaders Summit can be found at its dedicated website.

According to Sayfie, the 2015 summit “will bring together Florida’s top business, government, news media, nonprofit and academic leaders to consider and discuss the most impactful ideas, issues and trends facing our state and nation.”

Ryan Ray writes about campaigns and public policy in Tampa Bay and across the state. A contributor to FloridaPolitics.com and before that, The Florida Squeeze, he covers the Legislature as a member of the Florida Capitol Press Corps and has worked as a staffer on several campaigns. He can be reached at ryan@floridapolitics.com.

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