The Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches
in conjunction with
Harvard Business School Club of South Florida
Invites you to a attend
Business, Democracy and the 2020 Election
Join the HBS Club of South Florida for a discussion about how businesses are getting involved in supporting the 2020 election and why Florida plays a critical role.
This event will feature William Ury, co-founder Harvard Program on Negotiations and co-author of Getting to Yes, Daniella Ballou-Aares (HBS '01/HKS '02), CEO and Co-Founder, The Leadership Now Project, a national membership organization of business and thought leaders taking action to fix American democracy and Dan Vallone (HBS '15) from More in Common.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Webinar via Zoom
(Zoom information will be sent in advance)
7:00 PM - Introductions & Welcome by Daniella Ballou-Aares (HBS '01/HKS '02)
7:15 PM - William Ury (PhD, Harvard), co-founder Harvard Program on Negotiations and co-author of Getting to Yes, on election crisis risks and why business matters
7:30 PM - Dan Vallone (HBS '15), More in Common on being prepared for 2020 election and what the data shows us about trust in the role of business
7:40 PM - Facilitated Q&A
8:00 PM - Closing
Please note that the HBS Club of South Florida and the HBS South Florida Foundation are not associated with any political party and do not endorse any candidate, political party, or political organization and/or committee.
By registering for this event, you agree to the following: I understand that the session I attend may be recorded and made available, and that my image, name, comments, or questions may appear on-screen.
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