Over the course of a year CED hosts dozens of educational forums designed to showcase new research and report recommendations. CED is a unique convener of business and education leaders who are interested in national economic data and regional impact. Events take place in regions as diverse as rural Mississippi, with early childhood education workers, to top business leaders in New York City discussing the role of money in the political system and how to strengthen trust in our democratic institutions. Events are structured to stimulate informed debate and ultimately, to engage business and civic leaders in working together to improve shared economic growth and prosperity.
Fall Policy Conference: October 21-22, 2015, Washington D.C.
Please save the date for CED's 2015 Fall Policy Conference, held in Washington D.C. at the Willard InterContinental Hotel. CED’s policy conferences are forums for Members, senior policy makers, and industry leaders... Read more >>
Spring Policy Conference: April 22-23, Washington D.C.
Please save the date for CED's 2015 Spring Policy Conference, held in Washington D.C. at the Willard InterContinental Hotel. CED’s policy conferences are forums for Members, senior policy makers, and industry leaders... Read more >>
CED’s Petro to Keynote Early Ed Event in New York
CED is pleased to annouce that our Executive Vice President, Michael Petro, will provide keynote remarks on early education at the Early Care & Learning Council of New York's annual Beat the Blues fundraiser. ... Read more >>
CED Co-Hosts Dinner on Early Education Policy in New Orleans
The Committee for Economic Development and the Business Council of New Orleans and the River Region are hosting a policy dinner that will feature a presentation and discussion on the importance and future of early... Read more >>
Fall Policy Conference: November 13-14, Washington D.C.
CED’s 2014 Fall Policy Conference included over 250 senior business and policy leaders, 39 speakers, members of Congress, administration officials, and media. CED’s expert panelists debated major long-term economic policy issues facing the nation.... Read more >>
Business Engagement & the Common Core in Utica, NY
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Radisson Hotel – Utica Centre Utica, NY This event is free to attend and open to chamber members only. Additional information can be accessed here.
Education Forum on Common Core & Region’s Skills Gap in Albany, NY
Education Forum on Common Core & Region's Skills Gap 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber Albany, NY *This event is free to attend and open to the public. Additional information can be accessed... Read more >>
Business Engagement & the Common Core in Corning, NY
Business Engagement & The Common Core 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Corning County Club Corning, NY *This event is free to attend and open to the public. For more information, including registration, please click here.
Spring Policy Conference, May 1-2, 2014: Washington, DC
Please join the Committee for Economic Development for our two-day Spring Policy Conference on May 1-2, 2014. This year’s program will feature in-depth conversations with senior leaders, CEOs, economists, and policy makers, on early... Read more >>
May 01, 2014 | Events | Early Learning Project | Fiscal Health Project | Democratic Institutions, Campaign Finance, Judicial Independence and Selection, Education, Early Childhood, Foreign Languages, K-12, Postsecondary, Fiscal Health, Economic Growth, Economy & Federal Budget, Health Care, Tax Reform, Global Competitiveness, Corporate Governance, Women's Economic Empowerment
Luncheon Forum with CA Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom
Boosting California’s Postsecondary Education Performance A Luncheon Forum Featuring California Lieutenant Governor Gavin... Read more >>
Government Reform 2.0: A New Look at Government Reform and Why it Should Matter to the Next Generation of Business Leaders
The Committee for Economic Development (CED) and co-hosts George Ranney, President and CEO of Metropolis Strategies, and Ron Grzywinski, Co-founder of ShoreBank Corporation, will host a breakfast forum on the role of money in politics... Read more >>
CED Luncheon on Federal Student Loan Reform
As part of the Gates Foundation’s Reimagining Aid Design and Delivery (RADD) initiative, the Committee for Economic Development and its fellow consortium members will host a luncheon on Thursday, March 20, from 12:00 p.m. ... Read more >>
Federal Student Financial Aid Reform: Preliminary Recommendations for Grants and Work Study
A five member coalition, comprised of the Committee for Economic Development, Excelencia in Education, the Center for Law and Social Policy, the College Board and National Urban League, will be hosting an event... Read more >>