What does our future look like on the heels of a once-in-a-century crisis? COVID-19 has already dramatically shifted the way each of us responds to our every day. There is an expectation that it will change the world permanently, but what does this long-term impact really mean? How must our institutions adapt and how might we work for the best possible future now?
In the previous digital gatherings, the SVP Dallas Responds series has looked at the immediate present in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. During The Future Responds, Tony Fleo, CEO of SVP Dallas, will be joined by Matrice Ellis-Kirk, Managing Director of RSR Partners, Robert S. Kaplan, President & CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and Tom Luce, founder of Texas 2036–who will help us recast our visions of the future and begin to grapple with the long-term effects of the current season.
What might a vision of a new future look in light of the effects of COVID-19?
We will discuss this, and more, with our esteemed panelists, all of whom have played significant roles on the public stage leading major institutions through challenging times.