Convention Central: Policy is Popular

There will be 400+ events at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. While the number is comparable to Charlotte in 2012, the focus for many has shifted.

At 10 days out there are over 160 events on the DemList Convention Calendar -- ranging from caucuses, delegation breakfasts, media and corporate parties, to forums, concerts, celebrity and high-donor party events. A full 35% of those are devoted to policy or an issues agenda. 

One of the more substantive policy events will be the American Sustainable Business Council's (ASBC) Policy Forum on the Business Case for a Sustainable Economy.

ASBC has put together a timely agenda and prominent panel, including Eileen Fisher, Founder and Chairwoman, Eileen Fisher, Michael Eckhart, Managing Director, Citigroup and Jay Coen Gilbert, Co-founder, B Lab, among others.

A Reception will follow to
meet the speakers & rub
elbows with special guests.

Agenda & Panels
Business Strategies for Building High Road Economy
Responsible Capital - Investing in a Prosperous America
Environmental Stewardship and Clean Energy

What: A Policy Forum & Interactive Discussion with national and Philadelphia-area business leaders, policy makers, the media and DNC delegates -- to examine the ways that America can benefit from a focus on sustainability.

ASBC Policy Forum
When: Tuesday, July 26th 9:30am-12:30pm
Where: Azavea Corporation
990 Spring Garden Street
5th Floor, Philadelphia

ASBC Reception
When: Tuesday July 26th 4:00pm-6:00pm
Where: Pyramid Club
1735 Market Street
52nd Floor, Philadelphia

Speakers and Panelists

* Denise Bowyer, Vice President, American Income Life
* Michael Eckhart, Managing Director, Citigroup
* Richard Eidlin, Co-Founder & Vice President, ASBC
* Eileen Fisher, Founder and Chairwoman, Eileen Fisher
* Jamie Gauthier, Executive Director, Sustainable Business Network
* Jay Coen Gilbert, Co-founder, B Lab
* Matthew Patsky, CEO, Trillium Asset Management
* Kelly Ryan, CEO, Incourage Community Foundation
* Marilyn Waite, Senior Manager, Village Capital
* Howard Williams, Vice President, Construction Specialties

Registration: Free @

asbcouncil.org/register

*Open to the Public and Media

The American Sustainable Business Council

ASBC advocates for policy change and informs business owners and the public about opportunities to build an economy that is prosperous, healthy, and just. Through their national member network of businesses and business associations, they represent more than 200,000 owners, executives, investors and others.  The Council provides its members with a platform to engage with policy makers, give public testimony, work with journalists, publish op-eds, inform the public and more.

 

The Council and its 501c3 affiliate, The American Sustainable Business Council Institute, provides its members with a platform to engage with policy makers, give public testimony, work with journalists, publish op-eds, inform the public and more.

 

Join the discussion.  Register for the forum and/or reception at asbcouncil.org/register.
Click Here for detailed info on schedule, speakers and program or email Marvin McPherson.

 

DemList
Connecting you to The Party
Connecting you to Each Other

 

Kimberly Scott
Publisher

Related posts

DemDaily: The 16th State

DemDaily: The 16th State

Yesterday’s DemDaily: Swing States Update! provided an update on polling in the top 15 battleground states going into the election; but one additional state is in play for the first time in...

DemDaily: The Challengers

DemDaily: The Challengers

April 22, 2019 Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton and California Congressman Eric Swalwell are the two latest entries into the Democratic primary for the 2020 presidential race, and among the...

DemDaily: The View From Mars

DemDaily: The View From Mars

February 23, 2021 Perseverance, National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) rover, safely landed on the surface of Mars last Thursday, completing the first phase of the Mars 2020...

DemDaily: Cannabis: Red State, Blue State

DemDaily: Cannabis: Red State, Blue State

May 5, 2021 Marijuana legalization has long been seen as a Democratic issue, with blue state lawmakers leading the movement over the last two decades to decriminalize, if not legalize, cannabis...

Posted