Event Type

San Diego Green Scene:   

"Why San Diego should host the 2024 Summer Olympics"


Date: Wednesday February 12, 2014

Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm  

Location: World Resources Simulation Center 

1088 Third Ave
San Diego, CA  92101

(corner of Third Ave and C Street - next to the Civic Center Trolley stop) 

Free Event - suggested donation $10


Event Summary:

Meet the 

San Diego 2024 

Exploratory Committee leaders 




Come hear their mission to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to
San Diego and how it will transform our city.

Who will benefit? 

 What are the advantages of being an Olympic city?  

Why this global event will impact our future development.
How would it position us for the future?   



  • Geographically superior

  • The City of the Future with our diversity of culture

  • Investing in the best Infrastructure to accommodate the Olympics 

  • A destination experience like no other 

The mission of the San Diego 2024 Exploratory Committee is simple -- bring the 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games to the San Diego mega-region.




Vincent Mudd

Committee Chair  

San Diego 2024 Exploratory Committee

Mudd is Principal and Chief Operating Officer at Carrier Johnson + Culture, long known as one of San Diego's preeminent architectural, urban design, interior design and brand strategy communications firms. Mudd is also a licensed general contractor. Mudd is Chairman of San Diego's 2024 Exploratory Committee - the organization responsible for studying the feasibility of hosting the 2024 Summer and Paralympics Olympic Games in San Diego.  The Committee will submit a final proposal the be selected as America's host city to the United States Olympic Committee in November. Mudd is the incoming chairman of the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp., 2014 President of the San Diego Bowl Games Association, is a Director at the Metropolitan Water District as well as the San Diego County Water Authority.  He teaches an Extended Studies course on sustainable design and construction principles. Mudd previously served on the board of the State Compensation Insurance Fund was the immediate past-Chairman of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and served as Chair of the American Red Cross and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of San Diego County. He and his company have been recognized with numerous awards, including Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year, induction into Junior Achievement's Business Hall of Fame, the American Lung Association's Indoor Air Quality Award and the California Air Resources Cool California Award for Sustainable Design and Construction, and the National Design-Build Award, among others.


Bill Earley

Committee Member  

San Diego 2024 Exploratory Committee 

Bill Earley has over two dozen years and substantial experience representing employers in a wide variety of labor and employment law issues, including wrongful termination, employment discrimination and harassment, unfair competition, privacy rights, wage and hour claims (including class action defense), as well as considerable skill and experience in liability planning, contract negotiation and interpretation, and labor and employment counseling.  Bill's major point of emphasis in working with his clients is claims prevention.  Along with previously serving his firm on its Executive Committee as well as being the labor and employment group's practice leader, Bill is very committed to our community and serves it in many ways including currently as a Board member with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, SDSU Alumni and Campanile Foundation, Rotary Club 33, LEAD San Diego, and the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. Bill is a multiple-time Super Lawyer awardee and is rated AV-Preeminent by the Martindale-Hubbell attorney rating service (the highest possible rating). During his tenure at Luce Forward, Mr. Earley was a member of the firm's Executive Committee (2001-2002) and served as the practice group leader for the firm's labor and employment group (1998-1999).


Date: Wednesday February 12, 2014 

Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm  

Location: World Resources Simulation Center 

1088 Third Ave

San Diego, CA  92101

(corner of Third Ave and C Street - next to the Civic Center Trolley stop)

Free Event - suggested donation $10   


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Additional Details:

  • Drinks and appetizers will be provided.  
  • Free Parking: Horton Plaza has 3 hour free parking with validation.

    or Best parking is at street meters, green and yellow curbs. All are free after 6 pm.  

  • This is a free event however a $10 donation is appreciated.
  • If possible we suggest you use the Trolley. Civic Center stop is right outside our door!



About Global Energy Network Institute and the SimCenter

GENI's mission is to conduct research and to educate world leaders and the public about the critical strategy of the interconnection of electric power networks between nations and continents, with an emphasis on tapping abundant renewable energy resources. In 2011, GENI moved into its new facility, and opened the World Resources Simulation Center. The SimCenter is an immersive visualization facility that facilitates collaborative problem solving.

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San Diego, California 92101

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