Session 1 – China-Retail and Finance: David Chu (Chair, Georg Jensen), Lanlan Zhang (Vice-Chair, CICC US Securities), Bob Guterma (COO, SupChina)
Session 2 – Finance and US-China Relations: Anthony Scaramucci (former White House communications director, Managing Partner SkyBridge Capital), Ted Wang (CEO Puissance Capital Management and former Head of Global Trading, Goldman Sachs).
Session 3 – China Economy and Geopolitics: Yukon Huang (Senior fellow, Carnegie Asia Program), Dorinda Elliott (SVP, Director of Programs and Center for Business at China Institute)
Session 4 – Dr. Walter Lipkin (Leading Epidemiologist at Columbia University and recognized for his work on the SARS outbreak), Dr. Kenneth Abrams (Deloitte, Chief Physician Executive).
C100’s continuing teleconference series, Strategic Lessons from Within China for Responding to COVID-19, features business executives and education leaders with experiences on the ground in China responding to the coronavirus, offering timely and actionable advice to American job creators and educators.
Registration is now open for this upcoming session below:
Monday, April 6 from 9-10pm EDT / 6-7pm PDT: Jian Wu, Principal of Fudan University Affiliated High School Topic: “The Show Must Go On”: A Public Chinese High School’s Online Teaching Experience
Please register by entering the code “C100Friend.” The sessions are available for free to AABANY members. Please share! They are presented via Zoom web-conference, and the video and audio recordings are made publicly available after each session.
Full videos and highlights from C100’s past sessions including their exclusive interview with C100 Member Dr. David Ho, Director & CEO of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center moderated by MSNBC News Anchor and C100 Member Richard Lui are available here.
Committee of 100’s teleconference series: Strategic Lessons
from within China for Responding to COVID-19
About this Event
Committee of 100 (C100) is launching a teleconference
series, Strategic Lessons from within China for Responding to COVID-19. The
series will feature business executives and education leaders with experiences
on the ground in China responding to the coronavirus, offering timely and
actionable advice to American job creators and educators.
With each passing day, American job creators are concerned about how the outbreak will impact not only their bottom line, but the livelihoods of their employees. Meanwhile, schools and universities are closing to protect their students, faculty, and staff. Americans are feeling fearful and uncertain, and would benefit greatly from hearing from leaders within China who have struggled with and navigated similar complexities.
The series begins with discussions featuring C100 members David Ho moderated by Richard Lui, Wednesday, 3/25 at 2pm ET. Richard was was the MC for AABANY’s Annual Dinner for many years. The second session will feature Dr. Anning Chen, CEO of Ford China on March 30 at 9pm Eastern Time. The sessions will be moderated.
“Women and China, A Forum to Discuss How Women are Shaping the Rising Global Power,” will take place on May 18, 2017, Thursday from noon to 6:30pm at The China Institute in New York City. The conference includes four forums on technology, business, culture, and the role of top female CEOs and business leaders.