In-Person Event | Washington, DC
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
6:00pm – 9:00pm ET
Location information will be provided in a separate email once your registration has been confirmed.
New challenges exacerbated by the pandemic have created a unique inflection point — a necessary pause that leaders of companies across the country are using to step back and reimagine a workforce that could better serve their teams. Educational institutions have responded to the ways under-resourced and disenfranchised groups were disproportionately hit and are coming up with solutions that can build untraditional pipelines into the future of work; think tanks are considering the ways an uncertain political future may impact the career preparation ecosystem; and leaders across sectors are advancing programs that can support all levels of learning and skill-building, from K-12, to college associates and vocational degrees, to adult education, and to professional development.
During a series of inspiring salons hosted across three cities — New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. — we’ll unpack some of the biggest questions about how to build that workforce of the future: How can we build pathways to opportunity that are accessible for a wider array of people? What are the skills needed to set today’s workforce up for success? How can we balance individual flexibility and seamless collaboration? What are the right ways to talk about and mitigate burnout? And how can we become the best leaders we can be — both online and off?
Each conversation will be tailored to the specific work and unique challenges that are playing out for leaders in that city. Although we know that no one company, sector, or industry can advance the state of work on its own, our hope is that by drawing examples from the inspiring leaders who are innovating across the country, we’ll be able to create composite image of the best solutions, recommendations, tools, and opportunities available, which we can then share with our wider community.
This event is open to all Council members, especially CEOs, founders, educators, researchers and others in leadership roles.
Senior Account Executive
Senior Program Manager, Burning Glass Institute, Fellow, Center for 4th Industrial Revolution, World Economic Forum, Fellow, Future of Work, New America, Forbes contributor, Workforce and Education
Co-founder and Executive Director
What’s Next Washington
Chief Innovation Officer
U.S. Department of Labor
Head of Economic Opportunity
Americas at Google.org
Welcome and Happy Hour
Reflect and Mingle
The health and safety of our NationSwell members, staff, and community is incredibly important to us. In order to keep everyone safe, we require proof of full vaccination from everyone in attendance at the event. Fully vaccinated is defined as at least 14 days after receiving the final vaccine in a one- or two-shot protocol with a vaccine approved by the FDA or WHO (including emergency use authorization). We also encourage all attendees, presenters, and staff to wear a mask when in the event space and not actively eating or drinking
For more information, you can view our Health and Safety Policy here.
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