Our Most Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Leadership Group?
How many members do you have and where are they located?
Why should my company or organization join the Leadership Group?
- Opportunities or executives to network with Silicon Valley peers – Approximately 150 gatherings of various size, where executives can network with leaders from businesses across Silicon Valley.
- Opportunities to develop relationships with top elected officials – Our opportunities for senior executives focus on small group gatherings (15-25 people) with senior elected officials at the local, state and federal levels. There are approximately 50 such opportunities throughout the year.
- Branding and marketing opportunities – We provide opportunities for our members to develop their brands before a range of audiences: from the 26,000+ participants at the Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot to the 1,200 public and private sector leaders at our Annual Public Policy Luncheon.
- Community engagement – We provide an avenue through which companies can contribute both to a range of philanthropic activities and to policy efforts that enhance the common good, including issues such as transportation, public education and housing accessibility that benefit the communities where member company employees live, work and play.
How does my company or organization join?
If you are interested in making your company a member of the Leadership Group, please contact Brian Brennan (BBrennan@svlg.baytechsoft.com) or Angelica Cortez (ACortez@svlg.baytechsoft.com). They will walk you through the three steps involved with initiating a membership: 1) identifying key company points of contact; 2) Arranging for payment of membership dues; and 3) Scheduling a 30-minute membership orientation with key points of contact.
How does my membership to the Leadership Group elevate my employer voice and brand?
How are membership dues determined?
What are the top priorities for the Leadership Group?
Every year the Leadership Group board of ~50 CEOs identifies those issues that are most important to their businesses, employees, and communities. View a current list of 2018 priorities.