Announcing the first ever White House Student Film Festival.
Greg directs private sector engagement initiatives for the White House, including working with the business community on public-private partnerships and critical policy issues. Before joining the Obama-Biden Administration, Greg was the CEO and co-founder of a biobased plastics consumer products company. Greg was the General Manager of the Politics and Public Policy division for a nonprofit software provider and a partner and Managing Director of CTSG, a 75-person technology and consulting firm. Greg has also been a speechwriter, worked at the U.S. Peace Corps, and been a speaker on technology and sustainability at national conferences and retreats. Greg received his B.A. in Political Science and History from Yale University.
Industry leaders say the President's directove for Federal agencies to expedite permitting and review decisions for key infrastructure projects is a critical step in improving our nation’s infrastructure and maintaining our competitive edge.
Brant Pollard, a restaurateur in Corvallis, Oregon, thinks President Obama’s plan to get the economy moving “can provide a much needed opportunity for American business to bridge the gap between current economic conditions and that of a more prosperous climate.” Find out why
Richard Lunak, President & CEO of Innovation Works, hosts a Pittsburgh, PA roundtable discussion with senior Obama administration officials and members of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. Approximately 60 entrepreneurs, investors and university stakeholders were in attendance to discuss ways to improve the success of high growth companies.
Not even freezing weather could dampen this great city and its vibrant, innovative business community, and “The Comeback City” opened its doors to share with us their stories of hard work and success at last the Winning the Future Forum on Small Business.
A look at some early responses to the President's new initiative, and some news about involvement from President Clinton and Jeff Immelt, the CEO of General Electric.