Finding New Common Ground: Building Trusting Relationships and Advocacy Across the Atlantic
- Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Founder and President, E Pluribus Unum Fund and Member of the Board of Trustees, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Tonya Allen, President, The McKnight Foundation
- The Honorable Abena Oppong-Asare (TILN '16), Member, U.K. House of Commons
- Kolby Keo, Manager, The Harbour Group
- Nadja El Fertasi (MMF ’14), CEO/Founder, Thrive with EQ; Former Stakeholder Engagement Senior Executive Coordinator, NATO
- Sachi Yoshii, Vice President of Strategy and External Relations, Eastbay Community Foundation
- Kendra Brown, Director of Public Policy, Mastercard
- Todd Corley, Senior Fellow, The German Fund of the United States and Founder and Chief Strategist, TAPO Institute
- Reta Jo Lewis, Senior Fellow and Director of Congressional Affairs, The German Fund of the United States
In 2021, the German Marshall Fund of the United States will embark on a deeper exploration of the strategies for building inclusive societies across all markers of diversity. Domestic policy on both sides of the Atlantic has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic and this added instability has further accentuated the inherent weakness in Western democracies grappling with long standing needs to reverse generations of inequity and exclusion. The Stakeholder Influence on Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (SIIDE) Transatlantic Dialogue Series will examine ways our societies on both sides of the Atlantic look at policy innovations which advance equity or the need to reverse policies that directly or indirectly have contributed to the disenfranchisement of citizens.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Reta Jo Lewis at [email protected].