COVID-19 poses dual health and economic crises with profound implications for the upcoming 2020 election cycle while long term fundamentals governing elections come crashing into new political phenomena like hyperpartisanship and polarization.
As a Foreign Correspondent for The New York Times, Rukmini Callimachi has covered wars, coups, and global rebel incursions and now reports on the frontlines in New Jersey and the spread of the pandemic in her home state, a crisis already compared to war.
A 40-year law enforcement leader, Cedric Alexander shares how the pandemic is changing cultural mores, through the lens of public safety and African Americans as they face new challenges around racial divisions and the safety of police, fire, and first responders.
A veteran Washington journalist and political commentator, David Corn has spent decades covering the most important issues affecting our nation. As Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief and on-air analyst for MSNBC, he offers intelligent reporting on how the COVID-19 crisis has colored our politics and policies during a crucial election year.
One of the most respected health policy experts, Susan Dentzer is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University examining how the coronavirus is taxing our healthcare system, its workforce, and where it will take us.
A technology visionary focused on data modeling, Kevin Slavin serves as Vice President of Marketing and Communications and Lead for the Pandemic Task Force for Crossover Health, leveraging the numbers to help keep people healthy and safe.
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Dr. Sue Varma has played an integral role in guiding the nation through the emotional ravages of the coronavirus pandemic. As a psychiatrist in New York and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York University Langone Health, she has become a trusted voice on managing mental health and wellness during trying times.
A popular voice on contemporary life, the story behind Council of Dads, and best-selling author of the upcoming Life is in the Transitions, Bruce Feiler is a comforting voice who can inspire us with hope and stories of resilience.
As the author of Connection Culture, Michael Stallard emphasizes the importance of relational connection during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. He presents practical tips to boost connection while social distancing so that people experience the physical and emotional health benefits that arise from it.
Award-winning financial journalist covering Wall Street for The New York Times and author of A First-Class Catastrophe: The Road to Black Monday, the Worst Day in Wall Street History, Diana Henriques discusses the current market volatility and lessons learned from our past recessions.
With COVID-19 the most important discontinuity in our lifetime, consumers are flocking online to shop more than ever. Webster speaks on this new world order where sellers and businesses can thrive in a digital environment by adapting to changes in market conditions and the evolving needs of customers.
The pathbreaking expert on women's leadership and author of How Women Rise, Sally Helgesen navigates the challenges of today's crisis by focusing on helping people be intentional, connected, and present. She emphasizes that in cultivating these capabilities, we are able to position ourselves as leaders during uncertain times and into the future.
Trust is the one truly sustainable competitive advantage in business. Charles Green, author of Trusted Advisor, offers concrete solutions about how to build and maintain trust-based relationships amidst this crisis.
Senior Fellow who teaches Executive Leadership Programs at The Wharton School and key architect of West Point's Leader Development System, Todd Henshaw helps global corporations enhance leadership capacity to achieve organizational transformation. In these uncertain times, he offers organizations a prescriptive model for navigating through the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) of crisis and how to “build forward.”