Washington, DC – On Monday, January 28, at 11 am, Mayor Bowser will meet with the District’s top employers to discuss strategies for supporting and protecting DC’s economy and launch a new program, Employer Engagement 100, to proactively engage with and support DC-based businesses.
In 2018, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, with support from the Washington DC Economic Partnership, launched the Employer Engagement 100 pilot program and met with over 100 companies and institutions. The goal of these meetings were to better understand the opportunities and challenges employers face; share Mayor Bowser's priorities for inclusive prosperity and economic growth; and discuss ways the District can support them.
The kickoff event will include a series of moderated “rapid-fire” discussions focused on key industries and their contribution to the District’s economy. Doug Fruehling, Editor-In-Chief of the Washington Business Journal, will serve as panel moderator.
Monday, January 28, at 11 am
Mayor Muriel Bowser
Brian T. Kenner, Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
Keith Sellers, President, Washington DC Economic Partnership
Doug Fruehling, Editor in Chief of the Washington Business Journal
Patricia McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
Anu Mullick, Chief of Staff, Sibley Memorial
Elliott Ferguson, President & CEO, Destination DC
Solomon Keene, President & CEO, Hotel Association of Washington, DC
Tim Hwang, President & CEO, FiscalNote
Sean Morris, Government and Public Services Human Capital Leader, Deloitte
Amber Wason, Co-Founder & CMO, Riide
Robin Anderson, VP of Human Resources and Labor, Giant Food Store
Kathy Hollinger, President & CEO, Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington
The Hamilton Live
600 14th Street, NW
*Closest Metro Stations: Metro Center, Federal Triangle metro stations*