The Leaders' Policy will take place November 23 - 26, 2019 at the Belmond Charleston Place in Charleston, South Carolina. Registration is $895 per member (individual) and $395 per guest and by invitation only. Online and onsite registration is available.
Social Networking Activities To register for a social networking activity please click the register here button above. If you have any questions please contact Erin Cinney at email@example.com or 571.312.3426.
Haunted Pub Tour - SOLD OUT Come join us for all the boo's! Learn Charleston's haunted past while sipping on local craft beer or wine. Hear stories of Charleston's ghosts, poltergeists and spirits doomed to the realm of mortals, wandering the streets and local establishments. After the 2.5 hour tour you'll be an expert on the legends of well known Lowcountry spirits and pubs. Drinks will be available for purchase. Departure is at 8:00 pm at 18 Anson Street.
Savor the Flavors Culinary Tour - SOLD OUT Savors the Flavors Tour will have you walking, talking and tasting your way through Charleston. This 2.5 hour Charleston Food Tour will immerse you in the history and culture of the Lowcountry. Discover how Charleston's unique cuisine has evolved over the past 300+ years while sampling delicious specialties from local eateries, markets, bakeries, restaurants, and culinary landmarks. Departure is at 3:00 pm at 18 Anson Street.
Historical Walking Tour of Charleston - SOLD OUT Spend 2 hours strolling the historic streets of one of the most charming cities with your friendly professional guide. Travel back in time and learn about the culture and traditions of this iconic coastal town. You'll encounter friendly locals, see top-rated sites and enjoy the true southern charm of this popular travel destination all while getting your steps in. Departure is at 3:00 pm at 157 Church Street.
Thank you to our confirmed 2019 Leaders' Policy Conference sponsors!
"SGAC not only fosters networking opportunities, but also is a conduit for invaluable professional development. I appreciate the time spent with public sector officials and industry experts to discuss a variety of policies and issues that impact residents across the country. Seminars are engaging and informative, and partnerships with state government organizations like CSG and NCSL continually strengthen that professional development and networking." - 2018 Public Sector Attendee