Thu, Nov 12|
Election 2020 Debrief: Through the Lenses of Key States
This Forum will feature a cross-country panel of fellow HKS alumni who will offer meaningful insights into recent election results from the perspective of several so-called “battleground” states.
Time & Location
Nov 12, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
About The Event
Please join us Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 5:30 pm for a lively and informative discussion on “Election 2020 Debrief: Through the Lenses of Key States.” This Forum on the Phone event is part of the HKS DC Alumni Council’s Voter Readiness Initiative.
This Forum will feature a cross-country panel of fellow HKS alumni who will offer meaningful insights into recent election results from the perspective of several so-called “battleground” states. Panelists will also explore issues that impacted the U.S. presidential race – from COVID-19 response and relief efforts, to racial justice and associated activism, to healthcare, and to the economy.
The panel will be moderated by Natalie Brand, MC/MPA 2015 alum, award-winning journalist, and Washington, DC-based correspondent for CBS News. Natalie has reported from around the country on issues including politics, government shutdowns, immigration, climate change, wildfires, and agriculture.
Phyllis Johnson (Atlanta, GA), MC/MPA 2015: Entrepreneur; President and Co-Founder of BD Imports; Founding Director of Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity; a leader in building gender equity coffee value chains; recipient of the Barbara Jordan Award for Women’s Empowerment by the HKS 2015 class
Patrick Johnson (Atlanta, GA), MC/MPA 2015: Entrepreneur, technologist, and advocate for leveraging technology for social good; more than 20 years in technology-related roles with entities ranging from Fortune 500 companies to fast-growing startup firms
Fayrouz Saad (Detroit, MI), MC/MPA 2015; Executive Director of the Michigan Governor’s Office of Global Michigan which has the mission of empowering and engaging the immigrant, refugee, and international community to make Michigan a home for opportunity; a leading voice for economic inclusion and immigrant integration policies and programs
Andrew Deye (Columbus, OH), MC/MPA 2015: Managing Director of JobsOhio, the state’s private non-profit economic development organization that with its partners drives job creation and new capital investment in Ohio. JobsOhio has successfully served as an “impact investor” to more than 2,000 companies in 10 targeted industries.
Marco Lowe (Seattle, WA): MC/MPA 2007: Political analyst, consultant, and professor with Seattle University's MPA program on government relations and political campaigns. His work has focused on key issues such as housing affordability and climate change.
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