Foreign Policy Virtual Dialogue: Transformational Leadership in U.S. Policy and Business
In partnership with: World Affairs Councils of America, Philip Morris International, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, and Council on Competitiveness
Foreign Policy Virtual Dialogue Speakers:
Janis Bowdler, President, JP Morgan Chase & Co. Foundation
Brent McIntosh, Under Secretary for Int'l Affairs, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury
Martin King, CEO, PMI America
Liz Schrayer, President, United States Global Leadership Coalition
Andrew Sollinger, Publisher, Foreign Policy
The disruptive global impact of the coronavirus can hardly be overstated: Spreading around the world as a health and economic shockwave, the pandemic has stirred up geopolitical tensions, revealed vulnerabilities in international trade and supply chains, and exposed inadequacies in our governance systems. Bringing into sharp relief social inequities at the global and national level, COVID-19 also has undercut America’s leadership in an increasingly volatile world. As the world seeks to recover, leaders across policy, business and civil society are challenged to not simply get back to normal, but to redefine the paradigms that rule global politics and business.
Transformational leadership is required in policy and industry to design solutions for social and economic recovery by cultivating more resilient, sustainable and equitable value-chains. As governments must improve cross-sector collaboration and international cooperation, corporations are called on to demonstrate more responsible capitalism.
This FP Virtual Dialogue will bring together leaders from across U.S. policy, industry and civil society to discuss how U.S. policy and business innovation can be activated to drive transformation domestically and support the future of American leadership in the post-COVID world.