At Techonomy Detroit, Markle joins other leaders and thinkers from business, technology, and government to share views on how to move the U.S. and the world into an urbanized, technologized, inclusive future.
As the forces of globalization and technology transform the nature of work long considered the bedrock of economic stability in the U.S., more than half of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track. As more people feel left out, left behind, and worried about the future, there’s an urgent need to reverse course. At the Aspen Ideas Festival Markle President Zoë Baird and members of the Economic Future Initiative discussed the need to rekindle faith in the American Dream and introduced several key innovations that can enable Americans to flourish in today’s global networked economy.
Markle Chief of Research Stefaan Verhulst joins civil and private sector entrepreneurs, policy makers and leaders from academia and non-profit research to stimulate action in open governance, open data and transparency.
The Markle Foundation has announced that Debora L. Spar has joined its Board of Directors. Dr. Spar is the current President of Barnard College, a private liberal arts college for women in New York City.