Each 45-minute session will be hosted on Zoom, and is free and open to the public. Each event will include time for Q&A with participants.
"The Impact of the Pandemic on the Economically Vulnerable"
Thursday, July 30 at 1 p.m.
Arunan Arulampalam, JD '14, Deputy Commisioner of State of Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Erik Clemons, CEO, ConnCAT
Will Ginsberg, CEO, Community Foundation of Greater New Haven
Moderated by: Khalilah Brown-Dean, PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science and Senior Director for Inclusive Excellence
"Pandemic Effects on Food: Food Insecurity and the Restaurant Business"
Thursday, August 20, 12 p.m.
Betsy McLaughlin, Board Member, Veggie Grill
Jack Hitt, Food Writer
Moderated by: Jennifer Gerarda Brown, Dean of the School of Law
"Approaching the Elections in the Midst of the Economic, Political and Racial Strife of 2020"
Friday, September 11, 1 p.m.
Ronald Brownstein, Political Journalist
Denise Merrill, Secretary of State for the State of Connecticut
Moderated by Doug Schwartz, Associate Vice President of the Quinnipiac Poll
"Leadership in a Time of Crisis"
Friday, June 17
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont
Moderated by: Judy Olian, President of Quinnipiac University
"Travel and Hotels Post Pandemic"
Monday, June 22
Stewart Bainum, Chairman of Choice Hotels
Moderated by: Judy Olian, President of Quinnipiac University, and Monique Drucker, Vice President and Dean of Students
"Innovations in Health Care and Health Technology"
Thursday, July 9
William Weldon ’71, Former Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson
Dr. David Feinberg, Vice President of Google Health
Moderated by: Dr. Bruce Koeppen, Dean of the Quinnipiac Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine and Judy Olian, President of Quinnipiac University