Annual ACCCA/ACBO Budget Workshop
January 17, 2024 | 10AM-2PM
Safe Credit Union Convention Center, Sacramento
We are returning in person for 2024! This is the annual event hosted by ACCCA and ACBO where you can hear the inside scoop and first-hand analysis from state and system leaders as they discuss the development and impact of the next state budget, as well as possible scenarios and factors to consider as the key budget debates take shape.
What to expect at the Budget Workshop:
- 8am – Registration desk opens
- 9am – Coffee/Conversation
- 10am – Program begins
- Budget Analysis from our panel of experts who represent perspectives of state and system leaders
- Economic Impact Outlook
Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel
1230 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hotel Room Rate: $229 per night plus applicable taxes.
Reservation Cut-Off: The deadline to book a room is December 22nd. Reserve early to take advantage of the negotiated rate.
CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellation requests are subject to a $75 processing fee.
Cancellation deadline: Requests must be sent via our Cancellation Request form. No refunds will be given after January 12, 2024.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR BUDGET WORKSHOP SPONSORS!
Be sure to visit their tables at the workshop to get more information about their services
Dr. Sonya Christian, Chancellor, California Community Colleges
We are thrilled to welcome our state Chancellor, Dr. Sonya Christian, to the 2024 program. Dr. Christian will provide welcome remarks and share her perspective on the Governor’s budget proposal.
Sonya Christian, PhD, is a fierce advocate for the life-changing ability of community colleges to reach underserved populations and educate the future workforce. She is committed to advancing work through distributed leadership and collaborative communities of learning, and to promoting the value of equity in student learning, access, success and economic mobility.
Jerry Nickelsburg, Faculty Director and Adjunct Professor of Economics, Anderson School of Management, UCLA
Since 2017, Jerry Nickelsburg has served as faculty director of UCLA’s formidable economic forecast and he plays a key role in the economic modeling and forecasting of the national, California and regional economic trends, particularly in the manufacturing, trade, and labor markets.
In addition, Nickelsburg teaches economics in UCLA Anderson’s MBA program, with a focus on business forecasting and international business economics. He travels regularly with students to Asia as professor and advisor in global immersion courses.
Nickelsburg is frequently cited in the national media. He has published more than 100 scholarly and popular articles on economic policy, monetary economics, statistics, labor economics and industrial organization. He is the author of two books on monetary economics and exchange rates.