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 into 2021 and after the COVID-19 crisis? What lessons can we learn 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:
- Wolf Bielas, Entrepreneur & Investor, Downtown Works
"We are truly becoming a Work From Anywhere (WFA) culture due to tech tools and desires of employees and entrepreneurs to have more work/life balance and be in control of their workday."
Patti Perez, Founder & CEO, PersuasionPoint Inc.
"My hope is that out of this crisis we learn to extend grace to each other and ourselves. I think we will see people being kinder, taking a closer look at their communities and our economic systems, which are not equal for all."
- Chris Marsh, Managing Director, UBS Financial Services
"Every time our society gets to a point where it feels like the darkest of days have overshadowed us, we find that creative people didn’t stop creating. Entrepreneurs and innovators still innovate and start businesses. While we must be realistic right now, we cannot lose the optimism that makes us who we are."