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Adena Friedman will address our Members and their guests in a conversation with ECNY Chair, John Williams. Adena is the President and CEO and will share how Nasdaq has navigated the pandemic, the future of SPACs, cybersecurity and more.
As a world chess champion, Garry Kasparov applies his analytical vision to the big picture of politics, technology, justice, media, the economy, and how it all comes together in a radically changed world.
Larry Summers and Jason Furman discuss insights from their recent paper titled: A Reconsideration of Fiscal Policy in the Era of Low Interest Rates.
Ginni Rometty and Charles Phillips discuss their work with OneTen. OneTen is a coalition of leading executives who are coming together to upskill, hire and advance one million Black Americans over the next 10 years into family-sustaining jobs with opportunities for advancement.
In-depth conversation with Founder of The Cook Political Report and NBC News Political Analyst Charlie Cook about the implications of the outcome of the Senate election in Georgia.
Mark will discuss the important topic of climate change and focus on the G30 Report on "Mainstreaming the Transition to a Net-Zero Economy," which he worked on with Janet Yellen and other financial leaders.
David will discuss his journey from top salesman at Federal Express to Chairman and Founder of the largest African-American-owned business in America and provide insights on how to develop a successful supplier and vendor matching program.
As Chairman and Managing Director of General Catalyst and former Chairman and CEO of American Express, Ken will discuss topics related to business, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership, and racial justice.
As President and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Ariel Investments, LLC Mellody Hobson will discuss her rise to leadership, her experience as a member of major corporate boards and steps corporate America can take to bring more successful Black executives into the board room.
As a successful entrepreneur and Founder and CEO of Rock The Bells, he has had a front row seat to our country's recent conversations around racial injustice and will discuss how these conversations can help bring about needed change.
As Commissioner for the New York City Department of Small Business Services, Jonnel will share insights on NYC initiatives currently underway to help Black-owned small businesses facing profound challenges during the current COVID-19 crisis and other efforts to advance racial equity.
With Chairman Jay Clayton at the helm, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission continues its mission with a focus on the interests of America's long-term Main Street investors. Chairman Clayton will discuss how the SEC is addressing challenges facing markets today.
Following his speech, Chairman Clayton will be interviewed by four questioners: Gary Cohn, Harold Ford Jr., Glenn Hutchins, Barbara G. Novick.
As a trusted adviser to policymakers and an influential source of economic analysis for businesses, journalists and the public, join us as he shares his perspective on the economy's post-COVID19 road to recovery.
As Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, he will discuss how he has transformed the Firm over the last decade and how he is successfully navigating today's challenging enviroment.