This year’s annual PHCCCONNECT conference will feature two keynote speakers: U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré (retired) and Nathan Gonzales, editor and publisher of Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales.

     Honoré’s presentation is titled, “Resilient leadership: Prepare today, prevail tomorrow” and will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. EDT.
     In our country’s new normal, he provides audiences with impactful takeaways as change and unpredictability are constants and resilience is mandatory.
     An American hero who helped New Orleans recover from catastrophe, he now shares candid and colorful leadership views on how government resources, the private sector and individuals can work together to overcome the challenges brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic.
     As the commander of Joint Task Force Katrina, Lt. Gen. Honoré became known as the “Category 5 Gen.” for his striking leadership style in coordinating military relief efforts in post-hurricane New Orleans. He is a decorated 37-year Army veteran and global authority on leadership.
     News networks like CNN, FOX, MSNBC and CBS consider him their go-to expert on emergency and disaster preparedness, as well as crisis management. He also is the author of three books, including his most recent, “Don't Get Stuck on Stupid!”

     Gonzales’ presentation “The November elections and beyond: Analysis and predictions” takes place Thursday, Oct. 1from 11:50 a.m. – 1 p.m. EDT.
     He is the editor and publisher of Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales, which provides non-partisan analysis of campaigns, from congressional to gubernatorial to presidential.
     He was an editor, analyst and writer for The Rothenberg Political Report for more than 13 years before taking over the company in 2015. He offers audiences some of the most detailed electoral forecasting in the business.
     He regularly can be seen on CNN discussing the latest in politics, as well as offers his expertise to the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. On Election Night 2016, Gonzales was an on-air analyst for “Newshour” on PBS. Prior to that, he worked as an off-air consultant for ABC News on its Election Night Decision Desk for 14 years.