The Path Forward:
These are historic and challenging times – a pandemic, economic recession, and civil rights protests. What might life, business, education, sustainability and society look like after the COVID-19 crisis? What lessons can we learn from the crises and what is the path forward from here?
We asked nationally recognized leaders in business, environment, finance, politics, life sciences, medicine, and technology for their insights and predictions.
Hear from thought leaders:
- Barbara Bry, President Pro Tem of the San Diego City Council representing the 1st District
"We are also seeing better coordination between the county and city, so perhaps there are a few silver linings that will come out of this pandemic."
"I hope, as a people, we seek to understand how the past has shaped our present, empowering us to identify ways to influence our future."- Claude Jones, Sr. Director of Engineering and Walmart Labs Site Lead in Carlsbad, Founder of San Diego Tech Hub
"I am hopeful that out of this crisis comes a new way of viewing the world and our place in it."- Constance Maples, COO and Chief Compliance Officer, Lanyon Advisory Services
"It feels like we're on a brink of a significant change in the way we live, do business, and interact with each other – the change of a magnitude we saw in the first half of the 20th Century. We still don't quite understand this change, but it will be profound."- Daniel Obodovski, Founder/CEO, The Silent Intelligence
- Bob Keefe, Executive Director, E2
"What COVID-19 has shown us, though, is what the world can look like when we reduce pollution, reduce energy usage and reduce wasted travel."
- Neil Senturia, CEO, Blackbird Ventures
"If it is a hard choice, make it sooner rather than later."
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