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Old Line State Summit: Keynote Address by Greg Werkheiser of Cultural Heritage Partners

06/07/2017
By Preservation Maryland

The Maryland preservation community will convene at the Old Line State Summit on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland. This one-day conference will focus on innovative and adaptable sessions, including a thought-provoking keynote on The Future of History by the very engaging Greg Werkheiser of Cultural Heritage Partners and ARtGlass.

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OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER

GREG WERKHEISER
FOUNDING PARTNER
CULTURAL HERITAGE PATNERS
FOUNDING CEO
ARtGlass

Greg Werkheiser is a lawyer and entrepreneur who builds ventures that connect the lessons of our past to the leadership of our future. Greg believes that solving critical societal challenges requires leaders who draw on wisdom and strategy from across time, culture, sector, industry, and ideology. To preserve and leverage history, Greg’s ventures advance law, public policy, business strategy, and technology in the cultural heritage field globally. To forge leaders for our age, Greg’s ventures re-imagine leadership development for emerging entrepreneurs of public, private, and social enterprises. To enable all to serve and lead, Greg advocates for civil rights of oppressed communities.

Greg is the co-founder of Cultural Heritage Partners, the premier law, government affairs, and business strategy firm serving exclusively heritage-mission clients, including governments, professional associations, museums, tribes, preservation organizations, private businesses, families, and individuals. He also founded the aligned leadership consulting firm, the Heritas Group. He is also the founding CEO of ARtGlass, wearable augmented reality company helping cultural sites and museums create mind-bending experiences for visitors.

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Preservation Maryland is Maryland’s first and largest organization dedicated to preserving the state’s historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites.

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