Global Connections with Robert Siegel
Global Connections is a national leaders forum, moderated by National Public Radio’s All Things Considered former host Robert Siegel interviewing experts on how the COVID-19 pandemic affects society, the economy, science, real estate, medicine and technology.
The September 23 Global Connections forum focuses on How Do We Emerge from This Economic Crisis and features:
- Stanley Fischer (Senior Advisor, BlackRock; former Vice Chair, US Federal Reserve; former Governor, Bank of Israel): “How to Fix America’s Economy?”
- Abby Joseph Cohen (Senior Investment Strategist, Goldman Sachs): “Why a Strong Stock Market & Dire Unemployment?”
Global Connections is free and open to the public. REGISTER FOR FREE: www.globalconnections.splashthat.com
Past panelists include:
- Robert Zimmer, President, University of Chicago: “How Might the Pandemic Change Higher Education”
- Anya Kamenetz, NPR Education Correspondent: “Opening Schools: Risks & Strategies”
- Mike Looney, Superintendent, Fulton County Schools (Atlanta, GA): “How a Big-city School System Handles COVID-19”
- David Brooks, Op-Ed columnist, New York Times: “America’s Five Epic Crises”
- J. Dionne, Op-Ed columnist, Washington Post: “Lasting Pandemic Social Changes”
- Yael Eisenstat; Visiting Fellow, Cornell Tech; former CIA officer; former US Diplomat: “Social Media’s Role in Civic Life”
- Scott Rechler, CEO & Chairman, RXR Realty: “Navigating the New Abnormal”
- Yuval Rooz, Co-founder & CEO, Digital Asset: “COVID-19: Returning to the Workplace”
- Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire: “Restoring Bipartisanship & Civic Discourse”
Watch previous forums at https://bit.ly/310LnTV.
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