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Aspen Asks: Can America’s Small Businesses Deliver Growth and Financial Security? A Conversation with Karen Mills

Aspen Asks

 

A CONVERSATION WITH KAREN MILLS

As part of the Aspen Institute event series “Building the Economy We Want: Aspen Asks What Will it Take?” Karen Mills, Administrator of the Small Business Administration, will consider what is needed to make small businesses a robust engine of development for jobs that offer financial security for workers. The roundtable series is the collaborative work of eight of Aspen’s top policy experts whose work at Aspen over the last 20 years has involved promoting a variety of solutions to ending poverty and creating security and opportunity.

In addition to Administrator Mills, the roundtable participants will include leading policy experts, consumer advocates, industry representatives, media, and Jared Sandberg of Bloomberg to moderate a discussion that will link deeper questions about poverty to the solutions around small businesses as America’s job creators.

 

Featured Speakers: 

Karen Mills, Administrator, Small Business Administration;

Jared Sandberg, Editor, Bloomberg.com (moderator) 

As part of the Aspen Institute event series “Building the Economy We Want: Aspen Asks What Will it Take?” Karen Mills, Administrator of the Small Business Administration, considered what is needed to make small businesses a robust engine of development for jobs that offer financial security for workers. The roundtable series is the collaborative work of eight of Aspen’s top policy experts whose work at Aspen over the last 20 years has involved promoting a variety of solutions to ending poverty and creating security and opportunity.

Event information
Date
Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Location
Washington, DC, United States