We are hearing from meeting planners more and more that they are seeking a politically balanced program.  Even on topics such as economic outlook.  Here is a balanced pairing of two of the best economic minds, both having worked inside the White House and the U.S. Treasury, in addition to a host of other influential positions both in the public and private sectors.  They bring to audiences the gravitas needed to appropriately discuss the economic and political impact of monetary policy, and advise what changes are yet to come​ in the areas of deregulation, tax code, trade policy and social welfare programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and healthcare.
JACK LEW served two positions in the Obama White House, first as Director of the Office of Management & Budget (2010- 2012) and later as White House Chief of Staff (2012 - 2013)- both positions which are very much in the news today. He most recently served as Secretary of the U.S. Treasury (2013- 2016), where he oversaw all aspects of international and domestic fiscal policy, including issues related to financial regulation, global sanctions regimes, tax policy, debt management, and trade.
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GLENN HUBBARD served as Chair of the White House Economic Council for George W. Bush (2001-2003) and Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Treasury (1991-1993).​  He is a prolific author of bestsellers, including his latest, Balance: The Economics of Great Powers from Ancient Rome to Modern America.  He is the Dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Business and often the media for his commentary on the economy.
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