Spring Policy Conference: April 22-23, Washington D.C.
Thanks to all who attended 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 to discuss pressing national issues that are aligned with CED’s core policy areas: the economy, education, global competitiveness, and democratic institutions. To advance reasoned solutions from business in the nation’s interest, CED convenes for two days, twice-yearly, to address these seminal economic issues.
Happening at the 2015 Spring Policy Conference, discussions on:
- Ensuring a Competitive Workforce for the Global Economy
- What Does Economic Inequality Mean for the Future of Capitalism?
- U.S. and Global Debt: Finding Stability in an Indebted World
- Judicial Selection Reform: Creating a Fair and Impartial Judiciary
- Trade Agreements: Enabling U.S. Growth and Prosperity
- A Conversation with “No Labels”: a Bipartisan Approach to Fixing America’s Pressing Problems
- Developing an Economic Game Plan in the 114th Congress
- It's All Politics: The 2016 Elections
- Business Solutions to Health Care Reform
The Leadership in the Nation's Interest Award
At CED's Spring Policy Conference, Thomas C. Nelson, Chairman, President and CEO of National Gypsum Company, will be presented with the 2015 Leadership in the Nation's Interest Award for leading his company with the utmost integrity and purpose and championing public policies for the common good. Learn more about Mr. Nelson here.
This award will be presented on April 22 at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in D.C. by Daniel Fulton, Chief Executive Officer (Retired) of Weyerhaeuser.
CED would like to thank especially The Home Depot and Yum! Brands
for their support of this conference and dinner.