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May 21, 2020

MWD’s Jeffrey Kightlinger on Ensuring Reliability of Southern California’s Water Supply

MWD General Manager, Jeffrey Kightlinger, who recently announced his plans for retirement at year’s end, to highlight the impressive progress MET has made on conservation, local supply, and resilience during his tenure.

May 21, 2020

Without Tourists & Conventions, LA City’s Doane Liu Adapts & Presses Forward

LA City Department of Convention and Tourism's Doane Liu on the heavy impact COVID-19 and the stay-at-home orders have had on the ‘mass gathering business’ in Los Angeles.

May 21, 2020

LAEDC E4 Mobility Future of Electric Transportation Forum

Experts share insight into cutting-edge innovations in electric mobility solutions — Formula E electric motorsports, eVTOL aerial mobility, and XOS electric short-haul delivery vehicles

May 19, 2020

Bloomberg New Economy Conversations: Supply Chain Revolution

TPR excerpts a Bloomberg Live New Economy Conversation panel on the implications of COVID-19 impacts on global supply chains and a globalized trade economy more broadly with borders closed to movement of goods and people at a level unseen since the Cold War.

May 19, 2020

Ann Sewill & Bill Witte Address COVID-19 & CA’s Housing Crisis

California Community Foundation’s Ann Sewill and Related California's Bill Witte offer their informed perspective on the impacts of COVID-19 and the economic downturn on affordable housing production in Los Angeles.

May 19, 2020

Romel Pascual on CicLAvia’s 10 Years of Reimagining Public Streets

Romel Pascual reflects on the importance of building Angeleno’s confidence in using their streets, the responsibility of drivers to share the road safely, as well his hope that CicLAvia can bring people joy and together again once shelter-in-place is lifted.

May 11, 2020

Reimagining Health Care Delivery: Kaiser Permanente’s Jodie Lesh

Jodie Lesh shares her work on the intersection between economic stability, healthy communities, and Kaiser Permanente’s initiatives to enhance access, affordability, and outcomes through innovation and human-centered design.

May 11, 2020

Kilroy Realty's Sara Neff: How Might Office Buildings Change Post-Pandemic?

Sara Neff shares her insight into the challenges, solutions, technologies, and trends emerging in commercial office spaces to accommodate public health requirements and restore trust in shared workspaces.

May 11, 2020

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer & League of CA Cities’ John Dunbar on California’s Buckling City Budgets

San Diego Mayor, Kevin Faulconer, and board president of the California League of Cities and Mayor of Yountville in Napa County, John Dunbar (pictured), share how drastically city revenues have collapsed as shelter-in-place mandates have frozen entire sectors of the US economy.

May 4, 2020

WorkingNation’s Art Bilger & Jane Oates on COVID-19 Jobs Recovery & Workforce Transition

WorkingNation’s Founder and CEO, Art Bilger, and President, Jane Oates, on their organization’s mission—to inform and educate on the changing nature of the economy, the future of work, and the skills gap—to address what was once a looming, but is now a pressing, nationwide unemployment crisis.

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