Ideas for an Inclusive Economy: Perspectives from U.S. Cities
- Evelyn Burnett, Vice President of Economic Opportunity, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
- Susan Longworth, Senior Business Economist, Community Development and Policy Studies, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
- Chantel Rush, Program Officer, American Cities Practice, The Kresge Foundation
- Geraldine Gardner, Director, Urban and Regional Policy Program, GMF
With inequality and poverty on the rise, cities in the United States and Europe face many challenges with building a pathway toward an inclusive economy. In recognition of this shared challenge, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), with the support of the Compagnia di San Paolo, has convened a transatlantic task force of experts to understand what cities can do to achieve a more prosperous future for their citizens. We invite you to join an interactive, public discussion with the invited experts from the United States to discuss new ideas and innovative policies for inclusive economic development. Co-hosted by SocialFare, the event will include a moderated panel discussion with experts from U.S. foundations, government institutions, and non-profit organizations. The discussion will include time for moderated question and answer session with the visiting speakers and will conclude with a networking aperitivo.
We hope you will join us for this unique opportunity to share ideas and discuss this important topic.
Please note the event will be entirely in English.
If you have any questions, please contact Paul Costello at +49 172 2506557 or email@example.com.