As we enter President Biden’s second hundred days, there is a growing discussion around the role and appetite of business and finance leadership in advancing a more sustainable and inclusive economy through government and public policy solutions. This conversation became more critical amidst COVID and other urgent issues including racial equity, good jobs, and climate change.
In partnership with JUST Capital and US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (US SIF), The Aspen Partnership for an Inclusive Economy is hosting a 90 minute conversation that will examine 1) whether Americans increasingly expect market leadership on environmental and social issues 2) what that means for the actions administration should take in order to advance a more sustainable private sector.
Please join us to hear from:
Mark Warner, United States Senator from Virginia
Alison Omens, JUST Capital
Lisa Woll, US SIF
Rhett Buttle, The Aspen Institute
Holly Ensign-Barstow, B-Lab
Joe Keefe, Impax Asset Management
Xavier de Souza Briggs, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program
Jon Hale, Morningstar
Dana Hyde, The Aspen Institute
Mike Froman, Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth
Heather Higginbottom, JP Morgan Chase PolicyCenter
Randall Strickland, Pathstone
Bharat Ramamurti, National Economic Council, The White House