Special Encore Presentation: International Trade News, Detroit, Power Women
February 27, 2014
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Happy holidays from our Capital Thinking family to yours! Guest host Bret Boyles will begin this Thursday’s show by first speaking with Frank Samolis on developments in international trade issues, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and how the increasing tension in East Asia could potentially impact the negotiations. Next, Jimmy Kemp will join Bret to discuss what is next for the bankrupt city of Detroit. Will it be America’s comeback city? Jimmy will weigh in. Lastly, we are privileged to welcome a group of women who are skilled in the trade of advocacy to join us for a panel discussion on achieving success in the world of policy, which is traditionally dominated by men. Bret will be joined by Martie Kendrick, Norma Krayem, Taryn Frideres, and Dana Weekes, all of whom were nominees and awardees at the 2013 Excellence in Advocacy Awards presented by Women in Advocacy.
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