APPA CEO Roundtable to examine future of American power
Originally published January 31, 2013
Economic, domestic and foreign policies—such as managing entitlements, reigniting sustainable growth, reforming immigration policy, fostering international dialogues and political deadlocks—will be examined at APPA’s 2013 CEO Roundtable. Geo-strategy analyst Michael Moran will look at these challenges and other factors facing the United States, and what they mean for the future of American global dominance.
Michael Moran has reported and analyzed major events for some of the world’s leading intellectual and news-gathering institutions for more than 25 years, including the Council on Foreign Relations, the BBC, MSNBC.com and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. He has served as the chief strategist at Roubini Global Economics, and still collaborates with renowned economist Nouriel Roubini. Today, he is editor-in-chief of Renaissance Insights, a leadership initiative of one of the world’s largest investment banks, Renaissance Capital. He also authors The Reckoning blog for Slate magazine, as well as a foreign affairs column on globalpost.com.
The CEO Roundtable will also feature water policy expert Robert Glennon on America’s water crisis and the energy-water nexus, and communications expert Richard Levick on the strategic and crisis communications skills and strategies that chief executives need to communicate effectively.
The 2013 CEO Roundtable will be held Feb. 24-26 at the Arizona Biltmore hotel in Phoenix, Ariz. The event is open exclusively to officials from APPA member utilities, joint action agencies and state and regional associations. Registration, hotel information and the complete program are available atwww.publicpower.org/CEORoundtable.
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