Webinar Wednesday, May 19- Potpourri of Contemporary Events

  • 05/19/2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual
  • 33

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**Webinar Event** 

Wednesday May 19, 2021 12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. Phoenix Time 

Potpourri of Contemporary Events 

In today's environment of media and data proliferation it can be tough to distill insight and get perspective. For example, there is a lot of discussion of populism, yet few define what is meant. What is the current populism? How does one measure it? Also, a lot is happening outside this country. Much of it doesn't get covered in our media. What are some of the big topics which could affect us? I will attempt to bring a fresh perspective to important issues of the day. Of course, that means I am obliged to cover the pandemic...at least a little. 

This session will meet the following learning objectives:

·     Attendees will learn about the financial changes happening in the U.S.

·     Attendees will learn about financial issues surrounding the pandemic 

Speaker: Kurt Lieberman, President & CIO- Newday Impact 

Four decades of business leadership and innovation across major companies
and early-stage businesses.

  • Newday President | Magni CEO for 9 years, merged with Newday
  • Founding partner behind five companies
  • Built, sold The Information Consulting Group to McKinsey & Company
  • Senior executive with Thomson Reuters, Reynolds & Reynolds, Ecolab
  • Ten years on the Board of Pillsbury United Communities, including chairman
  • Former chairman of Workforce Policy Board of Montgomery Country
  • MBA, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, BS, Engineering, Harvey Mudd College

Regular members: $15
Guests: $35
Full members: included in annual membership

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