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DisruptDC Monthly Call - November 16, 2017

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We are delighted to invite you to our second DisruptDC Monthly Call on Thursday, November 16th at 3pm Eastern, 12pm Pacific. During our hour together, we’ll talk with three guests and hear a quick update on DisruptDC’s work to win government reform. We hope that you will join us.

This call will feature three topics:

  • Managing Crisis in an Era of Global Disruption • Davia Temin, CEO of Temin and Company
    As a crisis strategist, Ms. Temin deals with the thorniest issues of the day, from global politics and instability, to corporate board and C-suite priorities and intrigue, to the crises faced by our nation’s top colleges and universities. She often shares her insights as a Forbes.com columnist on “Reputation Matters.” On our call, she will answer your questions about how to lead with integrity and efficacy through whatever crisis comes your way.

  • One Nation After Trump • Norm Ornstein, author, scholar, and political commentator
    Building on last month’s call with Michael Porter and Katherine Gehl, Norm Ornstein will talk about our dysfunctional political system and what to do about it. Norm will draw from his recent New York Times bestseller, One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported, co-authored with Thomas Mann and E.J. Dionne. A distinguished political scientist, contributing editor at The Atlantic, and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, Norm is known for his sharp intellect and keen sense of humor, so we can expect a spirited discussion.

  • 2020 Census • Rhett Buttle, founder of Public Private Strategies
    The U.S. Census is essential for accurate federal data, rational policymaking, and proper Congressional representation — as well as business strategy and market research. Despite its critical role, the next census faces numerous challenges including insufficient funding, untested technology and data science, and political fights over which questions to include. Rhett will dig into these topics and tell us how business can play a lead role in ensuring a full and accurate count. Before founding Public Private Strategies, Rhett served as an appointee to the White House Business Council and was the director of private sector engagement for Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell.

Space is limited, so please register today. Call-in information will be provided via email when you register. We look forward to connecting on November 16th!

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