Expanding the Future of Work

As America works to define and develop a post-COVID-19 economy, data and insights across industry and ideological spectrum are giving us a glimpse of the future of work — clean energy professions, a growth in well-paying medical, health-science, and technology fields, and an increase in remote jobs powered by teleworking. This virtual conference featured speakers such as President Bill Clinton, Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, and more. Speakers and participants highlighted short-term opportunities to support America’s workforce while identifying the long-term investments and innovations that will propel an inclusive, prosperous, and sustainable economic recovery.


Opening Plenary: One-on-One Conversation with President Bill Clinton and Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm

Creating Inclusive Workforce Opportunities in the Clean Energy Economy

Pandemic Entrepreneurs: Necessity Jobs for COVID and Beyond

Supporting Federally Qualified Health Centers to Build Community Health and Wealth

Women in the Workforce: Increasing Participation and Breaking Barriers

Closing Plenary: Investing in Rural Communities