Evelyn Suarez will moderate a panel discussion at George Washington University on Tuesday, November 1st to discuss the global trade agenda for the incoming president. From the event description:
Just days before the presidential election, please join us for a discussion on the role of trade in global economic growth and what needs to change in terms of policy and keeping the workforce competitive and flexible. Two panels will frame these issues with respect to U.S. trade policy, and will offer insights into the kinds of challenges that the new Administration will need to address.
Register here: http://business.gwu.edu/events/global-trade-agenda/
- Micro- and macro-economic impacts of trade
- Benefits of global trade for small/medium business
- Trade-adjustment assistance
- Work-force training and retraining
Why Trade Matters
- John Reinhart, CEO & Executive Director, Port of Virginia
- Julie Stitzel, Senior Manager – Federal Advocacy & Policy, Etsy
- Kazuhiro Suzuki, Minister for Economic Affairs, Embassy of Japan
- Amb. Darci Vetter, Chief Agricultural Negotiator, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Moderated by Evelyn Suarez, Principal & Founder, The Suarez Firm; President, Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT)
What Needs to Change?
- Robert Chiappetta, Director – Government Affairs, Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
- Gerri Fiala, DAS – Employment & Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor
- Simon Marti, Head of Office – Science, Technology & Higher Education, Embassy of Switzerland
- Wayne Talley, Professor & Eminent Scholar, Old Dominion University
Moderated by Kathryn Hauser, Managing Partner, Policy Connections International, LLC