AECP hosts regular series of events – roundtables, conferences, discussions, and more – throughout the year, bringing together government officials, private sector leaders, students, and academic experts.

Event Recap: Hispanic/Latino Impact on U.S. Economic Competitiveness and Innovation

September 11, 2023 in Phoenix

AECP hosted a roundtable discussion shedding light on the Hispanic/Latino impact on U.S. economic competitiveness and innovation.

The event moderated by Raul Alvillar of AECP, featured insights from:
Mayor Kate Gallego of Phoenix
Julie Chávez Rodríguez, Campaign Manager for Biden-Harris 2024
Carlos Contreras, Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity for the State of Arizona

Read event recap release. 

Past Events

ESG for Economic Competitiveness, in collaboration with the Georgetown McDonough School of Business, hosted its inaugural ESG Fall Summit for ESG experts, students, professionals, and officials. This first-of-its-kind forum included high-profile private sector, government, and academic experts with decision-making nexuses around ESG and the voices of MBA students representing the next generation of ESG leaders. This event was headlined by Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and U.S. Department of Commerce Deputy Secretary Don Graves. 

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Roundtable breakfast at Georgetown University featured remarks from Patricia Grant, Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, and an overview of the Biden administration’s multi-agency approach to ESG from Paul Thanos, Director for Finance and Insurance Industries at the International Trade Administration.

Cybersecurity Luncheon in Chicago with National Cyber Director Chris Inglis with senior private sector executives to discuss “Governance and Risk: Managing Cyber Threats in an Uncertain World.”