CNBC Announces Line-Up for Latest Capital Exchange Event, “The New American Workforce”

September 26, 2019

CNBC’s Kayla Tausche and Brian Sullivan to Lead Discussions

CEOs of AARP, Catalyte & CareerBuilder to Participate

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 — CNBC today announced the line-up for the latest Capital Exchange breakfast series event, “The New American Workforce,” which will take place on Thursday, October 3rd at the InterContinental Willard in Washington, D.C. Alliance for Lifetime Income and Prudential are the sponsors.

The first conversation, titled “Creating a More Qualified, Diverse Workforce,” will be led by CNBC’s Kayla Tausche and feature the following speakers:

  • Irina Novoselsky: CEO, CareerBuilder
  • Jacob Hsu: CEO, Catalyte

The second discussion, led by CNBC’s Brian Sullivan, will focus on “The Multigenerational Workplace” and feature the following speakers:

  • Jo Ann Jenkins: CEO, AARP
  • Dr. Jason Wingard: Dean, Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Near the top of every company’s list of challenges is finding the best workers to stay competitive in a tight labor market. At the same time, millions of workers live paycheck-to-paycheck while facing the prospect of their jobs being automated out of existence. How can the public and private sectors work together to ensure a steady supply of workers with the right skills, while providing greater economic opportunity for more Americans?

CNBC’s Capital Exchange events feature candid conversations about how business and government can better collaborate to create jobs and economic growth. Featuring top lawmakers, CEOs and administration officials, Capital Exchange focuses on the confluence of policy, business and money.

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