The Intersection of Age, Race & Gender

The Center for Workforce Inclusion (CWI) is proud to announce our inaugural Equity Summit being held at the National Press Club on September 19, 2022. The Equity Summit is focused exclusively on equitable economic opportunity for older workers regardless of age, race, or gender. Decision-makers, influencers, employers, policymakers, and practitioners will address solutions to systemic ageism, racism, and sexism. Register today to watch the live steam of the Equity Summit.

The link to register is coming soon.

Start Time Session Speakers
10:00
am
Welcome
Gary A. Officer, President and CEO, Center for Workforce Inclusion
10:10
am
Workforce Equity
Martin J. Walsh, United States Secretary of State (invited)
10:20
am
The American Workforce Coaliton 2022 Older Worker Report
Julia Pollak, Chief Economist, ZipRecruiter
11:00
am
Networking Break
11:15
am
Inclusivity in the Workplace: A Policy Perspective
Marc Morial, President and CEO, National Urban League
Jane Oates, President, WorkingNation
Spencer Overton, President, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
11:50
am
Practical, Scalable Solutions for Older Workers
Joseph Kenner, President and CEO, Greyston
Stephanie A. Martz, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, National Retail Federation
12:20
pm
Lunch
1:20
pm
The Center for Workforce Inclusion 2022 Workforce Equity Award
Presented to Mike Sievert, President and CEO, T-Mobile
1:40
pm
The Intersectin of Age, Race and Gender in the Workplace
Ramsey Alwin, President and CEO, National Council on Aging
Dr. Alex Camardelle, Director of Workforce Policy, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
David L. Kim, President and CEO, National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
2:10
pm
Networking Break
2:30
pm
The Center for Workforce Inclusion 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award
Presented to Paul Irving, former president of the Milken Institute, founding chair of its Center for the Future of Aging, and distinguished scholar-in-residence at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
2:50
pm
Reimagining DEI – Our Continuing Conversation
Paul Irving, former president of the Milken Institute
Janine Vanderburg, Director, Changing the Narrative and Chair, Encore Network Leadership Council
3:30
pm
Closing Remarks
Angela Ciccolo, Chief Legal Officer; Secretary, Board of Directors Special Olympics
4:00
pm
Cocktail Reception

Please note: This agenda is subject to change. Changes can occur up until the start of the event.

 

Our Moderators

We are thrilled to announce that Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief of WorkingNation, and Harold T. Fischer, journalist, broadcaster, and author, will be moderating the program sessions. Select their photos to learn more about them.

 

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