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The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: A Look at Unemployment and the Labor Participation Rate

April 02, 2019

Philippa Dunne, co-editor, TLR Analytics High Resolution Economic Research at The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Conversation with Barry Morrow

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Barry Morrow, Oscar-award winning screenwriter of the Rain Main. How the Rain Man Changed the Discussion of Disabilities.
V.R. Ferose, author, autism advocate, and Senior Vice President at Globalization Services, SAP, SE.
These two inspiring individuals will share their stories about how disabilities shaped their lives and careers in ways that have transformed how we look at disabilities. Barry Morrow is best recognized for his Oscar-winning screenplay of The Rain Man and his friendship with Kim Peek, a Salt Lake native, who inspired the Raymond Babbitt character in the movie. V.R. Ferose founded SAP’s “Autism at Work” program in India, and it has since become a model of inclusion at SAP and other major corporations. He is a widely acclaimed author and speaker who shares inspiring stories about individuals with disabilities to audiences around the world.

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Keynote Address

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Bryan Miller, Writer, Coach, and Philanthropist, “Make the World Work for Every One”

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Session IV: The Role of Media and Disabilities: Telling the Story

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Speakers:
Moderator: Jasen Lee, Journalist, Deseret News/KSL
Dallas Graham, Founder, The Red Fred Project, “The Legacy of a Child’s Story”
Kasandra VerBrugghen, Executive Director, Spy Hop, “Unlocking Potential through the Creative Process”
Suzi Montgomery, Media Arts Education Director, Utah Film Center, “The Power of Filmmaking in the Classroom”
Vanessa Williamsen, Filmmaker and Founder, Rootworthy Films, “Integrating Filmmaking into the Classroom to Help Children Tell Their Stories About Disabilities”

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Session III: A Roundtable Discussion with Emerging Leaders about the Future of Housing and Workplace Environments

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Speakers:
Moderator: Wayne Niederhauser, Principal and Co-Founder, CW Management Corporation
Abby Ivory, Manager, Impact Investing, Sorenson Impact Center, “The Ivory Innovation Prize in Affordable Housing”
Cameron Gunter, president, PEG Development, “Balancing the Social Mission and Business Proposition of Affordable Housing”
Brian Dawson, CFO, MADi Homes, “International Efforts to Create Affordable Housing”
Taylor Woodbury, COO, Woodbury Corporation, “Building on a Family Legacy: Thoughts on Issues Faced by the Next Generation of Real Estate Development Leaders”

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Session II: Models of Corporate Social Responsibility that Make a Difference

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Speakers:
Moderator: Jay Francis, Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs & Miller Family Philanthropy
Jeff Miller, General Manager, Mark Miller Subaru, “Integrating Social Corporate Responsibility in a way that Creates Positive Change in the Workplace and the Community”
Jennifer Hwu, Ph.D., CEO, InnoSys, “Tapping into Neurodiversity in the Workplace”
Safia Keller, Chief Employment Development Officer, Columbus, “Collaborations that are Redefining Neurodiversity in the Workplace
Elizabeth Whisamore, EVP, Director of Human Resources, Zions Bancorporation,
Jamee Rawlings Beus, Trust Specialist, Zions Bank, “Diversity and Disabilities: A Success Story”

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Bottom Line of Disabilities: Session I: An Economic Outlook from Top Economic and Financial Experts

April 02, 2019

The Bottom Line of Disabilities Economic Symposium: Candid Conversations and Collaborations that Redefine Diversity was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Speakers:
Moderator: Spencer P. Eccles, Managing Director, The Cynosure Group
Philippa Dunne, co-editor, TLR Analytics High Resolution Economic Research, “A Look at Unemployment and the Labor Participation Rate”
David Altig, Ph.D., Executive Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, “A Decade After the Great Recession: Lessons Learned about Workforce Development”
Patricia Healy, Senior Vice President of Research, Cumberland Advisors, “An Investors Perspective on Opportunity Zone”

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ARTICLE

The Interview: David Kotok on GSIBs, Markets and Central Banks

March 10, 2019

This issue of The Institutional Risk Analyst features a conversation between GIC board Member, David Kotok, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Cumberland Advisors and GIC Board Member, Christopher Whalen, Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC.

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